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How You Might Build an Internship

**Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.**

Event Start: Wed 27 Sep 05:30 PM AEST
Event Finish: Wed 27 Sep 08:00 PM AEST


Registration End Date: Wed 27 Sep 08:00 AM

<strong>**Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.**</strong><br><br>We hope to see you at our next Gold Coast event:<br><em><u><a href="" target="_blank">Mental Health in the Technology Profession – Thurs 12 Oct 2023 (Gold Coast)</a></u></em><br><br><br>***<br>Internships offer an incredible opportunity to enter the ICT industry or attract talented individuals to collaborate with your organization. If you&#39;re keen on discovering how to engage IT students in your workplace effortlessly and cost-effectively while establishing a sustainable talent pipeline, we invite you to join our upcoming event.<br><br>During the event, you will have the chance to learn from businesses that have already successfully developed talent pipelines through internships. They will share their invaluable insights, highlighting the best practices and the mistakes to avoid, as well as the multitude of benefits they&#39;ve gained.<br><br>Furthermore, representatives from higher education institutions will be present to inform you about the various programs available for you to participate in right away. Don&#39;t miss this opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge and make lasting connections with potential interns and academic partners. See you at the event!

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Paul Walters

Paul Walters

Operations Manager @ Mercury IT;
ACS Gold Coast Committee Member 

Paul Walters is an experienced Manager with a history of working in the information technology and services industry. He is dedicated to delivering results and driving value, as well as trying to motivate people from all walks of life, with all skill sets to achieve engagement and deliver results for the individual, company & community.

Paul has a drive to deliver a change in people's lives, by setting them up to succeed not only today but tomorrow. He finds that helping someone achieve their dreams and goals is exciting and really invigorates him to do more to achieve more. Stretching someone to do what they thought was impossible. Leaving the world and industries he touches in a better shape or situation then when he started, to allow the next generation coming into the workforce to achieve great things that we haven’t even thought of yet. 

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David Rudduck

David Rudduck

CEO, Solis Security and CFC Response, Australia; and Committee Member, ACS QLD Gold Coast Chapter

For over 20 years, David and his team have been helping SMB and SME businesses understand their cyber risk and implement practical cyber security solutions that meet their unique needs and budget.

In April 2021, David’s business was acquired by CFC, a major cyber insurer based in London with clients in over 90 countries. On the 18th of October 2022, three business units in the USA, UK and Australia were officially brought under the one banner, “Solis”, a global leader in Cyber Incident Response and Proactive Cyber Security services.

David is the CEO of CFC Security in Australia, which operates under two brands.
“Solis Security” when providing Cyber Advisory, Proactive Cyber Security, Digital Forensic and Incident Response services.
“CFC Response” when providing Digital Forensics and Incident Response services to CFC insurance policy holders under their insurance policy.

David is a CISSP, GCFE (Certified Forensic Examiner), GCFA (Certified Forensic Analyst), GCFE (Certified Forensic Examiner) and Certified Professional (Cyber Security) by the Australian Computer Society. 

David is passionate about empowering boards, business owners and managers with the knowledge they need to make educated decisions on cyber security based risks for their business.

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Richard Barrett

Richard Barrett

General Director of Faculty - Creative Industries, Built Environment and IT, TAFE Qld

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Alan Wee-Chung Liew

Alan Wee-Chung Liew

Head of School, School of Information and Communication Technology;
Deputy Director, Institute for Integrated and Intelligent Systems
Griffith University

Professor Alan Liew is currently the Head of School, the School of Information & Communication Technology, and the Deputy Director of the Institute for Integrated Intelligent Systems (IIIS), at Griffith University, Australia. His research interest lies in the field of AI, machine learning, medical imaging, computer vision, and bioinformatics. He has published extensively in these areas with two books and more than 250 journal and conference papers, and holds two international patents. He is leading the medical/health informatics stream in IIIS, and is engaging with the Menzies Health Institute, the Gold Coast University Hospital, and Queensland Health on several collaborative projects. Professor Liew served on the organizing committee or technical program committee of many conferences, on editorial boards, as assessor for nationally competitive research grants, and reviewers for many international conferences and journals. He is currently serving as an associate editor of IEEE Trans. Fuzzy Systems, Springer Nature Computer Science, and International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems, Machine Intelligence Research.

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Vinh Bui

Vinh Bui

MITM Course Coordinator, Lecturer in IT, Southern Cross University

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198 Foxwell Rd,Coomera,QLD,Australia

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  • Auditorium, Level 1, TAFE Queensland Coomera Campus
    198 Foxwell Rd
    Coomera QLD 4209
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  • Event Start:
    Wed 27 Sep 05:30 PM AEST

    Event Finish:
    Wed 27 Sep 08:00 PM AEST
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