About the Conference

Cyber security is a top concern for most organizations today. A recent auditor general’s report found that 68% of Australia’s government agencies failed to protect privileged data, leaving confidential information vulnerable and putting the public at risk of identity fraud. This cyber threat is not just limited to government agencies, enterprises too are at the risk of cyber-attacks that can cause massive disruption to businesses.

To help organizations uncover new threat vectors in enterprise & government and discover ways to establish defensible security architecture with hardened network, advanced digital forensics and threat intelligences, Clariden Global would like to invite you to AuSec 2019 at The Langham Melbourne on 4 – 6 June 2019.

This conference is an excellent opportunity to meet Security and Senior IT professionals and learn from over 40 case studies from CISOs of Queensland Investment Council, Australian Digital Health Agency, Bank of Queensland and many more.

Key Themes

  • Weaponizing AI: How Cyber Criminals Are Using Machine Learning to Launch Attacks
  • Vulnerable IoTs: How Hackers Are Attacking the Weakest Link
  • Using AI and Machine Learning to Detect Threats
  • How Hackers Are Targeting Critical Infrastructures from Aviation to Hospitals and Utilities
  • Next Stage of Ransomware Attacks
  • Detecting Increasingly Evasive Malware
  • New Threat Vectors in Government Departments
  • How Hackers Are Exploiting Cloud Security Vulnerabilities
  • Hacking into a Smart City: How Sensors Are Hacker’s Dream
  • Emerging Standards for Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Real Time Hacking Live Demonstration into an IoT
  • Network Traffic Analysis to Stop Malicious Malware and Cyber Attack

The Conference at a Glance

PRE-CONFERENCE MASTERCLASS: TUESDAY, 4 JUNE 2019

  • New Hacker Tools, Techniques, Exploits, and Incident Handling
  • Advanced Digital Forensics, Incident Response, and Threat Hunting

CONFERENCE DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, 5 JUNE 2019

  • Weaponization of AI: How Cyber Criminals Are Using Machine Learning to Launch Attacks
  • Using AI and Machine Learning to Detect Threats: How Machine Learning Can Swiftly Predict Algorithms of Cyber Attack
  • Vulnerable IoTs: How Hackers Are Attacking the Weakest Link in Cyber Defences
  • Hacking into a Smart City: How Sensors That Power Smart Cities Are a Hacker’s Dream
  • How Network Traffic Analysis Will Stop Malicious Malware and Cyber Attack
  • Cyber Threats in Aviation, Utilities and Critical Infrastructure Sectors

CONFERENCE DAY 2: THURSDAY, 6 JUNE 2019

  • How New Malwares Are Now Bypassing Cyber Security Defences
  • How Endpoint Detection and Response is Transforming Cyber Security and Preventing Malicious Threats
  • Panel: The Challenge of Protecting IoTs
  • Cloud Security Threats: How Hackers Are Exploiting Cloud Security Vulnerabilities
  • Emerging New Standards for Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Panel: New Cyber Threat Vectors in Government Departments

6 Reasons to Attend This Conference

  1. Establish Defensible Security Architecture with advanced digital forensics, incident response, and threat intelligence
  2. Strengthen cyber defences of your organization with Vulnerability Analysis & Penetration Testing
  3. Understand vulnerabilities in your organization with Advanced Web App Penetration Testing, Ethical Hacking, and Exploitation Techniques
  4. Discover how advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will predict future wave of algorithms and patterns of attack
  5. Manage your security vulnerabilities in both Enterprise and Cloud
  6. Hear from over 25 innovative case studies from CISOs in Queensland Investment Council, Australian Digital Health Agency, Bank of Queensland, GHD, AECOM and more