Coordinated nationally by AustCyber

Welcome to Australian Cyber Week 2019

This is AustCyber’s third annual showcase of our vibrant and dynamic national cyber security sector, and is being held from 7-11 October 2019, with Stay Smart Online Week and during International Cyber Security Awareness Month.

Cyber Week provides opportunities for Australian cyber security and related organisations to showcase their capabilities and network with peers, potential investors and customers. It also provides a great way for cyber curious individuals and organisations to better understand what cyber security can do and mean for them. Events and activities span the full breadth of the cyber security landscape – for those within the sector, but also well beyond.

Jump in and be part of it – participate in an event being convened by any one of a number of Cyber Week partners and sponsors and/or contribute to the discussion online. Above all, celebrate the vibrant and dynamic nature of Australia's rapidly growing cyber security sector.

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Austcyber's CEO Michelle Price

Michelle Price

AustCyber's CEO

Events

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Download the Cyber Week event timetable

Monday 7 October

  • The official launch of Australian Cyber Week

    1:30PM - 3:00PM

    Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

    AustCyber invites you to join Dr Kate Allen MP and Michelle Price, CEO of AustCyber, to launch Australia Cyber Week 2019.

    As the first of many events held between 7-11 October, the launch event will enable you to network with industry leaders, technology minded professionals, government executives, cyber security investors and Australian cyber security companies.

    The event will also feature Michelle Price in conversation with David Cullen and Rachael Leighton from the Department of Premier and Cabinet (Victoria Government).

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  • AustCyber AllStars: Brian David Johnson

    3:00PM – 4:30PM

    Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

    AustCyber, the Menzies Foundation and Cyber Security CRC invite you to join Michelle Price and futurist Brian David Johnson as they explore the role of strategy, futurist thinking and threatcasting in the evolution of the Australian cyber security sector.

    AustCyber AllStars events aren’t just for cyber security professionals. AllStar guests have words of inspiration, practical advice and market insights that are applicable to entrepreneurs, business managers, policy makers and more.

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Tuesday 8 October

  • Australian Cyber Conference 2019

    8:00AM – 6:00PM

    Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

    The Australian Cyber Conference 2019 will provide business leaders with insights and best practices taught by the industry’s top experts through keynotes, panel sessions and live demonstrations. Attending the conference will enable you to network with these practitioners to help you better understand and manage current threats, as well as identify and prepare to meet emerging challenges.

    Say hello to the AustCyber team at booth #100.

    Register now
  • AustCyber Sessions: Meet our Innovation Node Managers

    8:00AM - 6:00PM

    Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

    This is a special edition of AustCyber Sessions to provide you with opportunity to meet with an AustCyber Innovation Node Manager located in your state. Representatives from Canberra, Western Australia, New South Wales, South Australia and Tasmania will be available for consultation at booth (#100).

    More information

Wednesday 9 October

  • Australian Cyber Conference 2019

    8:00AM – 6:00PM

    Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

    The Australian Cyber Conference 2019 will provide business leaders with insights and best practices taught by the industry’s top experts through keynotes, panel sessions and live demonstrations. Attending the conference will enable you to network with these practitioners to help you better understand and manage current threats, as well as identify and prepare to meet emerging challenges.

    Say hello to the AustCyber team at booth #100.

    Register now
  • AustCyber Sessions: Meet the Executive Team

    8:00AM - 4:00PM

    Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

    AustCyber wants to meet people from innovative companies and other cyber security-related organisations to help build a highly engaged ecosystem. Our Executive Team will be at booth #100 during the day.

    More information

Thursday 10 October

  • RSAC Unplugged 2019 Sydney

    9:00AM - 6:00PM

    Sydney Joint Cyber Security Centre

    RSAC Unplugged 2019 Sydney, in partnership with AustCyber and the NSW Government, is taking place on October 10 as part of Cyber Week. Learn about some of today’s most important cyber security topics in this free one-day program with content that spans regional and global concerns.

    This event will also feature RSAC Launch Pad, where three early stage startups will share their brilliant industry solutions in a Shark Tank®-style competition to try to convince a panel of judges that their product has strong potential for success.

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Friday 11 October

  • The National Missing Persons Hackathon 2019

    9:00AM – 6:00PM

    Canberra, Adelaide, Brisbane, Coomera (Gold Coast), Darwin, Hobart, Launceston, Melbourne, Nambour (Sunshine Coast), Perth, Wollongong and Sydney

    The AustCyber Canberra Innovation Node has partnered with the Australian Federal Police, the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre and Trace Labs to conduct a missing person capture the flag event across 11 locations in Australia. The event will see the gathering of ethical hackers and investigators using online investigative techniques within the bounds of the law to find new leads on real missing persons cases in Australia.

    Register now

Resources

Partners

  • RSA Unplugged 2019
  • ASIA
  • ACSC
  • Menzies Foundation
  • Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre
  • Australian Federal Ploice
  • National Missing persons
  • Trace Labs
  • Australian information security association
  • Innovation node Canberra
  • CBR Canberra
  • ACT Governemnt
  • Innovation node New South Wales
  • New South Wales Government
  • Innovation node Tasmania
  • Tasmanian Government
  • Enterprize
  • Western Australia Government
  • Innovation node Western Australia
  • City of Joondalup
  • Edith Cowan University
  • Innovation node South Australia
  • South Australian Government