Safeguarding Australia is Australia’s premier national security conference.
9th – 10th May 2018, Canberra
The diversity, the increase and damage from terrorist attacks, growth of cyber-enabled espionage and criminality and the increasing concerns about foreign interference create a contemporary threat environment which calls for the need to rapidly coordinate interagency efforts to meet risks to the public.
This year’s summit will address developments of contemporary interagency operations and focus on the friction points created through developing a integrated strategic focus. In particular, the conference will look at breaching the gap for sharing of information/intelligence, policy, tactics and capability. Recognising modern-day thought in breaking down self-imposed barriers, allowing us to sufficiently structure to better secure Australia.
FULL Program under development, UPDATES TO FOLLOW
Identifying the barriers to Interagency Operations
Paving the way to achieve operational cohesion
Understanding the true security/threat environment
Posturing to meet the threat domestically and internationally
Building a structure for safeguarding Australia’s future
Countering espionage and clandestine foreign interference
Information sharing for collegiate interagency operations
Cybersecurity engagement nationally and internationally
Early Bird Registration Opens
11th October 2017
Early Bird Registration Closes
5 February 2018
General Registration Opens
6 February 2018
General Registration Closes
10th May 2018