12th Annual National Security Australia Conference

Join leading Australian and international experts who will converge in Sydney in February 2014 to review.

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12th Annual National Security Australia Conference 26-27 May 2014 Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay, Sydney, Australia
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The 12th Annual National Security Australia Conference to be held on the 26th and 27th of May at the Sydney Harbour Marriot, Circular Quay is your opportunity to gather with leading national security experts and key industry colleagues.Over the past twelve years this conference has included an impressive range of high-level speakers from both the national and international security sphere and the 2014 program is no exception, providing one of the best programs yet with presentations from leading Australian national security experts.

Topics to be addressed include:Australia's International Counter-Terrorism EngagementAustralia's Counter Terrorism StrategyBuilding Capability to Counter the Depth and Penetration of Organised CrimeAs a Nation, Are We Prepared and Do We Know the Risks Cyber Terrorism Presents?Planning for the Attack - Defence of Critical Infrastructure and Places of Mass GatheringInformation Sharing and Collaboration in the Fight against Money Laundering and Terrorism FinancingCapacity Building with Business Through Shared Dialogue, Collaboration and Partnership Across the Policy, Planning and Operational Levels to Deliver the Best OutcomesNational Security Science and Technology PolicyMitigating the Cyber Threat: An Airline Perspective.


2 Day Conference (26-27 May 2014): $ 2414.50 AUD

Speakers: Clare Birgin, Director, Counter-Terrorism Branch, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Steve Meekin AM, Deputy Secretary, Intelligence and Security, Australian Department of Defence, Don Smith, Chief of Staff, Joint Agency Task Force Operation Sovereign Borders, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Michael Pezzullo, CEO, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service, Deputy Commissioner Brett Pointing, Queensland Police Service, John Schmidt, CEO, AUSTRAC, Assistant Commissioner Neil Gaughan, National Manager Counter Terrorism, Australian Federal Police, Dr Alex Zelinsky, Chief Defence Scientist, Defence Science and Technology Organisation (DSTO), Department of Defence, Assistant Commissioner Peter Dein APM, Counter Terrorism and Special Tactics Command, NSW Police Force, Dr John Moss, National Manager, Intelligence, Australian Crime Commission, Assistant Commissioner Shane Patton, State Emergencies and Security Command, Victoria Police, Dr David Connery, Senior Analyst, Strategic Policing and Law Enforcement Program, Australian Strategic Policy Institute