2012 secau Security Congress
3-5 December, 2012
Perth, Western Australia
The secau Security Congress hosts 6 security based conferences over 3 days. The 2012 secau Security Congress aims to draw together all areas of security professions and disciplines as part of a holistic engagement with the wider security discourse. The modern security environment is complex and increasingly becoming integrated into heterogeneous digital systems that collect and produce vast amounts of data. The active monitoring of these digital systems makes subsequent sense making and situational awareness within the modern security environment harder to achieve.
This problem is primarily due to the information overloads brought on by increased data flows from our new environments. The aim of this conference is to explore methods which help in reducing this morass of data and turning this data into discrete, timely information that can correctly inform our situational awareness and enable us to make sense of our security environments.
The 6 hosted conferences are:
- 13th Australian Information Warfare Conference
- 10th Australian Information Security Management Conference
- 10th Australian Digital Forensics Conference
- 5th Australian Security and Intelligence Conference
- 3rd Australian Counter Terrorism Conference
- 1st Australian eHealth Informatics and Security Conference
For further information contact the Conference Coordinator Emma Burke on (61 8) 6304 5176 or email email@example.com. For detailed information regarding paper submission please refer to the main conference website found at http://conferences.secau.org/