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					                  SECIA Annual eSecurity Conference
                   Technology: Risk & Mitigation

Hotel Sofitel, 26 Collins St Melbourne
30 October 2007, 2pm to 7pm

SECIA is proud to announce our first annual eSecurity conference. This conference
aims to generate positive ideas on how YOU can identify and then mitigate eSecurity
to YOUR business. Whether you run a multinational corporation, an SME, or even a
micro-business, you cannot risk missing this event!

Who Should Attend?

If you are in any way concerned with or responsible for the eSecurity of an
organisation, or interested in updating your knowledge of this crucial area, you
should attend this event.

Delegates will include:
   • CIOs
   • CTOs
   • CEOs
   • Security Practitioners
   • Small Business Owners
   • Government - State, Federal and Local
   • Academics

Why Should YOU Attend?

At this event you will gain knowledge to help you identify risk to your organisation.
And you will be given ideas to help mitigate this risk.

2pm           Opening remarks and welcome

2:10pm        Richard Johnson, Head of Architecture, Research & Cybercrime
              Westpac Banking Corporation
              Enterprise Security Management

3pm           Peter Lilley, Executive Partner
              Security is Just Another Business Function

3.40pm        Coffee/Tea and networking

4:10pm        Ron Brandis, Principal Information Security Consultant
              Electronic Warfare Associates - Australia
              Threats and Risk Assessment - Does the Current Culture Need
              to Change?

4:50pm        Neal Wise, Partner
              So you Think Your Wireless Network is Secure!

5:30pm        Round Table with all speakers

6:10pm        Drinks and networking

7pm           Close


This important event costs only:
$150 (excl. GST) for SECIA members
$225 (excl. GST) for non-members
$50 (incl. GST) for students enrolled in a tertiary institution (Please note:
student number must be provided at registration)


E-mail your name, company, and contact details to Collins Rex at info@secia.org;
payment details will be provided upon booking.
About the Speakers:

Richard Johnson - is the Head of Architecture, Research & Cybercrime within the
Information Security Group at Westpac. Richard has responsibility for ensuring that
all systems within Westpac are designed securely. Richard also has responsibility for
the security of customer facing systems and for the banks security research &
cybercrime response functions. Richard has been with Westpac/BT Financial Group
for 7 years and has 14 years experience in information security, risk & compliance
based roles.

Peter Lilley - is an information security professional with over fourteen years of
experience in the industry. In this time, Peter has provided specialist IT security
consultancy services to a diverse range of clients, including leadership on major
projects with Australian Government agencies and high profile members of the
Australian Financial Services and Travel sectors. Peter’s expertise includes conduct of
enterprise security risk assessments, development of enterprise security strategies
and architectures and definition of business and system requirements for design or
procurement of security capabilities.

Ron Brandis -has detailed knowledge of computer network and architecture, and
extensive experience in information security consulting and development in both the
public and private sectors – including the defence, intelligence and finance
communities. Ron's expertise, gained during 13 years in the information security
sector, lies in risk, threat and vulnerability assessments of applications. He has
conducted numerous vulnerability and penetration tests for clients ranging from
small businesses to international organisations, in both the public and private
sectors. Ron has also provided hands-on training in hacking techniques for clients,
including law enforcement personnel. Ron maintains a broad yet detailed knowledge
of leading IT security issues, trends and technologies.

Neal Wise -is a security consultant and trainer from Melbourne. Originally from the
United States, Neal has been a regular presenter on wireless security and
vulnerability lifecycle management at events such as the Australian High Tech Crime
Centre's (AFP AHTCC) and AusCERT's annual conferences and as a guest lecturer at
RMIT and Monash Universities. For several years Neal was an instructor for
Foundstone's Ultimate Hacking courses in Australia and North America. Wise is a
Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified
Information Systems Auditor (CISA).

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