Call For Papers – ASIS Australia Conference 2019
This year, the ASIS Victoria Australia Chapter will host the ASIS Australia Conference being held in Melbourne on Thursday 17 October 2019.
This prestigious conference aims to bring together leading academics, national security experts, security practitioners, researchers and government to exchange leading edge ideas, share their experiences and research results on all aspects of security and related topics. This is an excellent opportunity to network with like-minded people and enthusiasts.
Our members represent the industry from public and private sectors and organisations of all sizes. From entry-level managers to CSOs to CEOs, from security veterans to consultants, and those transitioning from law enforcement or the military, the ASIS community is global and diverse.
The ASIS International Australia Conference 2019 is the premier gathering of security professionals. The conference aims to provide an established platform for education and business exchange, addressing the key trends and issues facing security professionals locally and globally.
Objectives of the conference are:
- Enhance knowledge of security leaders in areas of public safety
- Understand recent developments in security risk management
- Discuss innovative and successful security and risk practices
- Contribute to new knowledge in the areas of security, safety, and risk
We are seeking presentations with interesting content, challenging ideas and should focus on the opportunities, challenges, and solutions that drives the industry forward.
We are interested in hearing case studies or white papers to be presented with thought-provoking and stimulating ideas and concepts, future aspirations and development for our industry.
The topic and its presentation must not directly or overtly promote proprietary technology or service offerings. In order to ensure the integrity of the conference and the information presented to conference delegates we ask that both your presentation and paper remain purely information based with little or no reference to your organisation.