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What past attendees said...

"Enjoyable dinner and presentations" - Harley Sparke, Corporate Protection Australia

 

"It provided a good opportunity to network with security industry" - Paul Power, Department of Defence

 

"Very interesting" - Paul Edwards, Attorney-General's Department

 

"Great content, very interesting" - Paul Alaimo, Department of Finance & Deregulation

 

"Overall an excellent conference and a great opportunity to network...the dinner and ASIO speaker were excellent and staff very helpful" - Ian Wing, Charles Sturt University

 

"Excellent speakers" - Paul Edwards, Attorney-General's Department

 

"Great diversity of presentations" - Mark Patch, Gibsons JBS

 

"Excellent service and venue" - Glen Salmon, Australian Fisheries Management Authority

 

"Very useful and enjoyable conference" - Phil Winter, Department of Defence

 

"Interesting topics...presentations of a very high standard" - Michael Thomas, Customs & Border Protection

 

"Well organised and informative. Quite a good networking opportunity" - Jodie Fitness, Cadden Crowe

 

Welcome Letter

Dear National Security Professional,

It is my pleasure to invite you to attend the 10th Anniversary National Security Australia Conference 2012. To commemorate the events impressive 10-year history, we will be moving the 2012 conference from Sydney to Melbourne, with the event taking place on the 29th February 1st March 2012 at the historic Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Over the past nine years we have included a range of impressive, high-level speakers from throughout Australia and the international security sphere and we look forward to providing one of the best programs yet for the conference's 10th Anniversary.

The conference will feature presentations from leading Australian and international security experts charged with the crucial task of protecting the nations citizens from the hidden internal and external hazards that threaten Australian society.

Themes will examine the threat of organised crime, review the current threat of terrorism and Australia's counter terrorism capabilities, assess Australias critical infrastructure protection, and evaluate the threats posed by cyber crime.

Sessions will be closed to media allowing better opportunities for frank discussion on how the nation's security organisations are maintaining and adapting capabilities to respond to a continually-and rapidlychanging national security environment.

Don't miss the unparalleled opportunity to learn from and network with your peers in the industry at the 10th Anniversary event.

I look forward to welcoming you to what will be an outstanding industry gathering in February 2012.

Kind regards,

Lauren Greschner
Conference Manager
National Security Australia
IIR Australia

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PRESS: Please note this will be a closed session conference. Media will not be allowed in the conference room.

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