Other international speakers included Akamai CSO Andy Ellis, FireEye COO Kevin Mandia and Palo Alto CSO Rick Howard.
SC Magazine's CSO of the Year Troy Braban moderates a panel of his peers, discussing how to manage the risks posed by working with third parties.
Leonard Kleinman, senior director of trusted access at the Australian Tax Office discusses some of the nuances of data sovereignty laws.
The CISOs of Australia's top four banks discuss regulation, cloud and big data. (L-R) Arno Brok, AISA; Ben Heyes, CommBank; Richard Johnson, Westpac; David Fisher, ANZ; Damien Manuel, AISA; Steve Glynn, ANZ; David Powell, NAB.
Akamai CSO Andy Ellis makes a clear distinction between security for the sake of compliance vs active defense.
Among the highlights of the event was a Gala Dinner, which featured awards for AISA members.
Ben Heyes, general manager of cyber security privacy and operational risk at the Commonwealth Bank and AISA President Arno Brok hand an award to a Sasha Biskup, head of digital security at Australia Post.
Comedian and commentator Charlie Pickering did a great job of infusing some IT security jargon into a quick stand-up spot in the exhibition area.
A unique choice of motivational speaker gave AISA President Arno Brok the opportunity to pose on an Australian-designed motorcycle.
Bugcrowd CEO Casey Ellis talks bug bounties.
The speaking line-up comprised a diverse mix of technologists, CISOs and academics.
Pictured is Jodie Siganto, director of IT Security Training, who came armed with the interim results of a new study.
Author and speaker Sally Ernst joined AISA Brisbane Branch Committee exec Lani Refiti to discuss awareness of IT security issues among executives in large Australian companies.