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Your chance to attend the ‘Thriving in a Digital and Secure Age’ luncheon and WIN tickets to Steve Wozniak!

Thursday, 18 Aug 2016

Cyber Security

We have recently secured two tickets to 'An Evening with Steve Wozniak' next week and we are giving them to a lucky ACS Victoria member.  Any member who buys a ticket for the cyber security event Thriving in a Digital & Secure Age by 5pm this Sunday will go in the draw to WIN these tickets for you and a friend*.

Steve Wozniak is in Melbourne next week….

‘Australia will have the pleasure of being in the company of someone who can be said to have truly, literally changed the world. Among the many accomplishments for which Wozniak is renowned, two stand out above the rest: the inventor of the personal computer, and – along with Steve Jobs – the co-founder of Apple. Woz’s inventions have been as innovative as the path along which he has travelled to reach his destination.’

Don’t forget our OTHER special offer for members... Buy 1 member ticket to the cyber security event and save $15 on the second ticket for a friend or colleague*. This is a great opportunity to entertain clients or work colleagues.

When registering the second ticket, please use the discount code - discount15.  Closes this Sunday at 5pm.

With the recent issue of cyber security again making headline news, don’t miss hearing from some expert speakers in the field. We will hear about trends and how the industry is growing – creating jobs, new businesses and value, in the local and national economy.

  
Date: Monday 29 August, 2016
Time: 11:30am for a 12:00pm start
Venue: Crown Palladium, Southbank VIC
Speaker: Tammy Moskites, CIO & CISO at Venafi (Keynote)
Andrew Dell, CISO at NAB (Panellist)
Mike Burgess, CISO at Telstra (Panellist)
Mazino Onibere, Information Security Manager at NEC Australia (Panellist)
Further panellists will be announced in the coming weeks


For more information and to register, please click here.

   
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