The expanded seminar series will cover a wide range of industry issues ranging from the NBN, Intellectual Property theft, eCommerce security, alcohol-related crime and hospital security to physical security information management.
Renowned experts presenting at Security 2011 Exhibition:
Tom Sykes, Manager, Solutions Architect at NBN Co Limited
With the rollout of the National Broadband Network now well underway, a wide spectrum of new applications, services and opportunities is emerging. Mr Sykes from NBN Co’s Product Development and Sales team will present an update on the migration process from existing copper networks to the NBN including an approach to device testing and interoperability.
He will also review some case studies of security related applications made possible by the NBN.
Nick Klein, Director, Klein & Co Forensics (Lunch & Learn session)
A recognised expert in computer forensics, investigations and electronic evidence, Mr Klein will cover the rising incidence of Intellectual Property theft. Previously a team leader in the High Tech Crime team of the Australian Federal Police, he will explain how businesses can conduct a forensic investigation in their workplace, secure vital electronic evidence and prevent data breaches from occurring in the first place.
Graham Ingram, General Manager, AusCERT
Changing consumer habits are encouraging a greater number of Australian businesses to set up online shopping destinations. Mr Ingram, who leads the University of Queensland’s renowned cyber security unit, will discuss emerging trends in eCommerce security and outline how banks and retailers can protect customer information and payment details from hacking attacks and data breaches.
Michael Huggett, Director, CHD Partners (Lunch & Learn session)
Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) and crime prevention will be the subjects of discussion at Mr Huggett’s sessions. A former police officer with NSW Police, Mr Huggett will first examine the increase in alcohol related crimes and outline risk mitigation strategies for the hotel and hospitality industry.
The second seminar, a Lunch & Learn session will have Mr Huggett take a closer look at the issue of Cash-in-Transit versus self-transportation, enabling retailers to choose the best strategy for their business.
Layne Hesse and Rod Sweet, Senior Security Consultants at Sinclair Knight Merz
Mr Hesse will address modern-day healthcare administrators with a talk on Security Risk Management (SRM), a comprehensive risk management methodology that aims to identify, analyse and explore risk mitigation strategies in order to influence the design of the built environment of a hospital and its management.
Peter De Ieso, Distribution Manager, FLIR (Sponsored session)
In the backdrop of terrorist threats and vandal attacks, Mr De Ieso will discuss the latest trends in perimeter security, and explain how innovative technologies such as thermal cameras, geo-referencing and video analytics can be effectively combined for daytime as well as night surveillance in all weather conditions.
Brad Godfrey, Australia and New Zealand Manager, Video Intelligence Systems, Verint Systems (Sponsored session)
Mr Godfrey will define a set of processes and supporting technologies for physical security information management at public and private sector organisations, and explain how organisations can capture information from a variety of disparate security, safety and corporate systems, to enable quick correlation and analysis of data so that they can identify and manage response to situations in collaboration with other security agencies.
Kobe Johns, Exhibition Manager for Security 2011 Exhibition at Diversified Exhibitions Australia believes that visitors will be able to maximise their time at the security exhibition with an effective platform for learning, networking and industry debate.
Security 2011 Exhibition will be held from August 24 to August 26 at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre.