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Oct
2017

ASIS Victoria National Conference Review

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The inaugural ASIS International Australia Conference was successfully held yesterday with over 120 delegates in attendance. Feedback was most positive with requests for future conferences to be shared across other Australian ASIS Chapters.

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Oct
2017

Backing Victoria As A Cyber Security Leader

Minister for Training and Skills Gayle Tierney today announced $1 million for Deakin University’s Bachelor of Cyber Security, which has been used to develop the degree and for industry certification licences, ensuring rigorous standards are met.

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21

Sep
2017

Crowd controller convicted over $190,000 fraud

WorkSafe Victoria have published that a crowd controller who received almost $190,000 in compensation benefits for a workplace injury while continuing to work was this week convicted of fraud in Heidelberg Magistrates’ Court.

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19

Sep
2017

Putting an End to Dodgy Security Training

Private security workers are supposed to be given 128 hours training – but the Victoria Police Licensing and Regulation Division recently uncovered a Harkaway man whose business was instead accepting exorbitant fees in exchange for two-day “fast tracked” courses.

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22

Aug
2017

Australia's Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has revealed a strategy to tackle the growing use of vehicles in terror attacks. Under the strategy, managers and staff of crowded public places will receive government and police help to plan to detect and deter terrorist attacks involving vehicles, like those seen in Barcelona, Nice and London.

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21

Aug
2017

Security Leadership and Networking Breakfast

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On the 15 August 2017, ASIS Victoria Chapter members and guests heard Garry Young from Citidel Group pass on this knowledge on the importance of leadership, training and education in the national security arena for success in their professional lives.

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