Date

Aprl 27-29 2021

Location

Marvel Stadium Melbourne VIC

Exhibition

Expanded Trade Exhibition

Awards

For Excellence

It’s all about how councils are transforming local government to serve communities in the digital era. Day one is about leadership with speakers including Dr Jordan Nguyen, David Bartlett, Denise Scott, Dr Sam Robertson, Guy Newman and Dr Susan Alberti AC; along with Council CEO discussion panels facilitated by Peter Auhl. Day two is about innovation, collaboration and operational excellence and includes deep dives into data, digital twins, social listening, AI and IoT – and the return of two of our most popular speakers, Simon Waller and Gus Balbontin!

This year’s Trade Exhibition is bigger and better with 50+ specialist organisations on hand to demonstrate and discuss the latest in technology-enabled business solutions for councils, including state-of-the-art digital tools for the management of social distancing and contact tracing.

Extra special thanks to this year’s major sponsors: Salesforce, Microsoft, Telstra, WhatFix, Arq Group, Thomas Duryea Logicalis, Aussie Broadband, Olikka, Grace, TechnologyOne and OneBlink.

Recommended for anyone interested in transforming government, the MAV Technology Champions of Change Conference is informative, inspiring, COVIDSafe and fun!

The MAV Technology Champions of Change National Conference has been listed on the Schedule of Approved Business Events on Austrade’s website. This means eligible businesses can apply for funding under the Business Events Grants Program to cover up to 50% of the costs of participating in this year’s event! Grants from $10,000 to $250,000 per entity are available. Applicants are able to apply for multiple events listed on the Schedule of Approved Business Events. Grant applications close at 5pm (AEDST) on 30 March 2021 or earlier if funding is exhausted. For further information or to apply please go to business.gov.au.

Register

Program

MASTERCLASS – Unlock continual field staff efficiency

 

Unlock continual field staff efficiency:

How to improve the effectiveness and satisfaction of Council field staff, with DIY custom mobile apps integrated into your core business systems Learn how easy it can be to build a low-code mobile/web app for inspection/audit forms that can reduce costs, ensure compliance and improve workforce efficiency for staff and contractors. Participants will have access to OneBlink’s LcS (Low-code Suite) for an exclusive 90 day trial when you return to Council. The trial apps/forms you build can be piloted with your colleagues, and expanded into custom solutions that connect into common Council business systems. The masterclass is recommended for both IT professionals and/or tech-savvy 'line of business' managers.   What You Will Need:
  • Laptop
  • Typical paper-based or .pdf inspection, audit or compliance form/s
  • Common work guides / safe work practices
Agenda:
  • Intro to OneBlink’s LcS as used by Councils
  • Live demonstration building eForms, approval workflows and apps with no code
  • 1-on-1 mentoring to create your own eForms, approval workflows & apps that you can run as a pilot
  • Group discussion and follow-up support by OneBlink
9.30am - 12.30pm @ Marvel Stadium, Docklands (Max 25 people)    

MASTERCLASS – Work backward from your customer to transform citizen services

 

Work backward from your customer to transform citizen services

This session introduces business leaders to a customer-centric approach for innovation, provides examples and approaches for how Amazon.com has used technology to accelerate innovation, and engage with customers. To demonstrate a real-world scenario of this workshop, Moreton Bay Regional Council will present how their move to SaaS enabled their Smart City initiatives. This session will include an introduction to a culture of innovation, some practical examples, and a hands-on workshop exploring your customers and ideating on how to address problems/opportunities.   Agenda: Introduction: A culture of Innovation, organised around four interdependent elements: Culture, Mechanisms, Architecture & Organisation Rethinking Digital Services: A practical example from TechnologyOne & Moreton Bay Regional council. Workshop: Working Backwards from your Customer
  • Who is your customer
  • What is your opportunity/problem
  •  Idea generation
  • Identify the most important customer benefits
  • Drafting your Press Release/Pitch.
What to bring: Pen, Paper and an Open Mind, with an idea of who your customers are (internal or external) and what problems you’re trying to solve or opportunities you’d like to explore. For example, if we think about our customers/citizens, what would you change if you were enabling citizens.? Presenters: Matt Greensmith, Senior Manager, Public Sector Head of Industry - Domain SA at Amazon Web Services. Jackie Frost, Asset Management Manager Moreton Bay Regional Council. Gladstone Brohier, Business Development Manager, Enterprise Asset Management at TechnologyOne. 9.30am - 12.30pm @ @ Marvel Stadium, Docklands (Max 25 people)

MASTERCLASS – Defining the new Cyber-Security Perimeter

Defining the new Cyber-Security Perimeter

Remote work isn’t a trend anymore, but a new way for organisations to operate. Identity represents the “new perimeter” and there needs to be more urgency, focus and prioritisation made toward meeting these risks by organisations. But what can be done to mitigate these risks where IT teams are coping with multiple devices, networks, locations and ways of enabling employees to access professional applications? Join a group of your security peers as we explore this topic and look how organisations, both locally and globally, are addressing this challenge.   Agenda:
  • How to protect the distributed workforce shaping the public sector?
  • What role does password management play in an organisations overall security posture?
  • Best practices and strategies to protect your employees and organisations from cyber-attacks.
  9.30am - 12.30pm @ Marvel Stadium, Docklands (Max 25 people) 

WALKING TOUR – Melbourne Innovation Districts Site Tour 

Melbourne Innovation Districts Site Tour    A walking tour of the Melbourne Innovation Districts in City North, including the City of Melbourne's 5G and IoT Testbed. Melbourne Innovation Districts (MID) is a partnership between the City of Melbourne, RMIT University, and the University of Melbourne, to develop urban innovations in Melbourne, for the benefit of the whole city. The MID is an opportunity to shape Melbourne’s future through open collaborations that deepen the city’s capacity for applied innovation. It is a foundation upon which a broad community of institutions, businesses, organisations and people can collaborate to enhance Melbourne’s future.   Depart: 9.30am from the Sir Redmond Barry statue at the State Library (328 Swanston Street, Melbourne). Return: 12.30pm. (Max 45 people)  

Welcome Reception @ Marvel Stadium, Melbourne

 
6.00pm Trade Exhibition – Drinks on arrival Location:   The Victory Room & Boundary Line Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
6.40pm Move to boundary line – Food and drinks service commences
6.45pm Acknowledgement of Country
6.57pm Lisa McAskill, Conference MC - Introduction 
7.00pm Mr Frank McGuire, Parliamentary Secretary [invited] - Digital innovation and its role in Victoria's recovery
7.15pm Cr David Clark, President, Municipal Association of Victoria - Supporting innovation in local government
7.20pm Daniel Johnson, ARQ Group - Showcasing new tech solutions for the new digital world
7.25pm Lisa Bennetto, Executive Officer MAV Technology - Event program overview
7.30pm Food and drinks service continues
8.00pm CLOSE
 

Registration & Trade Exhibition

Registration & Trade Exhibition – Coffee Sponsor Thomas Duryea Logicalis

Acknowledgement of Country

Introduction

Introduction Lisa McAskill, Master of Ceremonies, TV Presenter

Leading passionate people through change to a better future

In this engaging talk David lists the dozen or so lessons he learned from reviving and refocusing an ailing professional basketball club to return to the National Basketball League, that can be applied in every leadership and change situation.

Beyond Superhuman

Technology for Humanity A confronting conversation around links drawn between the fields of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, new techniques in 3D human scanning, neuroscience, and the ideas of human consciousness. What is a moral approach advancements that are increasingly blurring the lines between the virtual world and the real world.

Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

10.20am Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

Can Technology Make Us More Human?

In this unique audio-visual experience, Simon explores our long and often tumultuous relationship with technology. By looking at both the challenges it has created and the opportunities it has enabled, he seeks to uncover what all this technology we use is actually for.

Leadership in Metropolitan Councils

Panel discussion facilitated by Peter Auhl, EQi Consulting

Future Ways of Working at City of Greater Geelong

The critical role of people and process in achieving holistic transformation through a new target operating model at the City of Greater Geelong.

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

Digital Leadership in Rural & Regional Councils

Panel discussion facilitated by Peter Auhl, EQi Consulting

Tech Savvy Scotty?

Scotty has been and remains a favourite guest on many of Australia’s favourite TV shows, including Spicks and Specks, The Project, Talkin’ ‘bout Your Generation, Have You Been Paying Attention?, Please Like Me, Jack Irish and Studio 10.

Afternoon Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Olikka – Part of Accenture

How transformative people transform organisations

Organisations don’t transform themselves, it's people that transform them. In this session Angelo shares his research on complexity theory, psychodynamics and adult learning principles to explain the traits/characteristics of a transformative person.

Moneyball 2.0 – Transformational change in high performance sport

In complex and rapidly changing sports (and non-sports) landscapes, it is important that any new technology or innovation employed by organisations is not only valuable, but also adopted and supported by key stakeholders.

The Trailblazing Story of Susan Alberti

As co-founder and Managing Director of a large building company, the Chairman of her own medical research foundation, and the Ambassador for Women’s AFL, Susan will share her great story of professional and personal success.

Day one plenary & expo closes

Day one Plenary & Expo closes (Networking Evening @ ACMI commences at 6.30pm)

Networking Evening @ ACMI

Enjoy drinks and contemporary canapés in the heart of Melbourne’s Fed Square. The reimagined ACMI celebrates the wonder and power of the world’s most democratic artform – fostering the next generation of makers, players and watchers. Proudly brought to you by WhatFix.
When What Where
6.00pm Drinks and food service commences
6.55pm Welcome – Lisa Bennetto & Matthew Szymczak, MAV Technology ACMI @ Federation Square Flinders Street, Melbourne
7.00pm Sponsor's address - WhatFix
7.10pm Curated tour of signature exhibition – The Story of the Moving Image
7.10pm Food, drinks and networking continues
9.00pm Close
   

Acknowledgement of Country, Welcome and Introductions

Acknowledgement of Country, Welcome and Introductions

Digital Transformation at speed and scale

The last year has seen digital transformation accelerate at all levels of government. As citizen expectations evolve, we share how local government has approached digital transformation with speed and scale and identify future opportunities.

Meeting changing community needs in a post-COVID world

Showcasing the achievements of some of Australia’s most innovative councils, this keynote asks how local governments can reimagine their operations in a world where digital transformation has become business as usual.

The City of Melbourne’s Covid-19 Recovery

How the City of Melbourne is leveraging its digital capability to accelerate recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

Enabling Innovation

Jacqui shares her personal approach for driving change and transforming organisations and workforce culture through implementing innovative solutions in complex business scenarios.

Rural councils shared services challenges & opportunities

Panel discussion facilitated by Colin Fairweather, Dr Fiona Gray Executive Manager Catalyst Projects, City of Ballarat; Vaughan Williams, Director Corporate Services, Northern Grampians Shire Council; Victoria Schmidt, Manager Customer & Digital Projects, Alpine Shire Council; Chris Parham, General Manager Corporate Services, Mildura Rural City Council.

Creating new ways of delivering digital customer service

Find out how Service Victoria is collaborating with councils to create digital transactions that make it simpler, faster and easier for Victorians to get things done with government.

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

ICT Business Transformation in Rural Victoria

Rural councils face particular challenges in ICT business transformation. Hear how Yarriambiack achieved greater governance compliance, staff engagement and business efficiencies through value for money solutions.

Digital Twins – Collaborating for Communities

Harnessing location-based intelligence to power Victoria’s future. How a collaborative ecosystem that spans the public service at every level, industry, education and community could enable emerging technologies to help us to solve some of our world’s most complex challenges.

Challenge your thinking, for a changing future

Olympian, Circus Performer, and Entrepreneur, Guy will share his story of nearly giving up, to achieving world’s best – and how your mindset is everything. He will offer strategies for questioning the way you are thinking about a changing future.

Afternoon Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Olikka – Part of Accenture

Strengthening influence and improving outcomes for councils

How MAV Technology is expanding and evolving to help address the digital challenges and opportunities for local government in Victoria, in Australia and around the world. How you can make a difference in a #MAVTech advisory group.

UNREALISTIC? – An Innovation Masterclass

What are the barriers to innovation and change? Why is collaboration difficult? What is the future of work? How ready are you to change paths? Gus takes us through some practical approaches to step, hop and jump toward real innovation in the workplace.

Announcement of Trade Expo winners

Announcement of Trade Expo winners. Plenary and Expo close.

Plenary & Trade Exhibition closes

Plenary & Expo closes (Awards for Excellence Dinner commences at 7pm)

Awards for Excellence Dinner @ Marvel Stadium Melbourne

The MAV Technology Awards for Excellence recognise outstanding achievements by local government in demonstrating innovation, effort and outcomes; advancing the digital transformation of the sector; supporting council business objectives; and influencing or assisting other councils to improve service delivery.
7.00pm Pre-dinner drinks
7.30pm Seating & background music
7.40pm Entreé served
7.50pm Welcome song -  Casey Bennetto 
7.55pm Introduction & acknowledgements - Lisa McAskill
8.00pm Sponsor address - Telstra
8.05pm Mass dance magic - AnnaGoGo
8.35pm Dinner served
9.15pm Nominees and Award presentations Casey Bennetto & Lisa McAskill • Strategy & Planning Achievement of the Year • Collaboration or Partnership Achievement of the Year • Smart City Achievement of the Year • Customer Experience Achievement of the Year • Presentation of the Year • Leadership Achievement of the Year • The Victorian Award for Excellence • The Australian Award for Excellence
9.35pm Desert Served/Networking & Live band
11.30pm Close

Registration & Trade Exhibition

Registration & Trade Exhibition – Coffee Sponsor Thomas Duryea Logicalis

Acknowledgement of Country

Introduction

Introduction Lisa McAskill, Master of Ceremonies, TV Presenter

Leading passionate people through change to a better future

In this engaging talk David lists the dozen or so lessons he learned from reviving and refocusing an ailing professional basketball club to return to the National Basketball League, that can be applied in every leadership and change situation.

Beyond Superhuman

Technology for Humanity A confronting conversation around links drawn between the fields of artificial intelligence, virtual reality, new techniques in 3D human scanning, neuroscience, and the ideas of human consciousness. What is a moral approach advancements that are increasingly blurring the lines between the virtual world and the real world.

Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

10.20am Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

Can Technology Make Us More Human?

In this unique audio-visual experience, Simon explores our long and often tumultuous relationship with technology. By looking at both the challenges it has created and the opportunities it has enabled, he seeks to uncover what all this technology we use is actually for.

Leadership in Metropolitan Councils

Panel discussion facilitated by Peter Auhl, EQi Consulting

Future Ways of Working at City of Greater Geelong

The critical role of people and process in achieving holistic transformation through a new target operating model at the City of Greater Geelong.

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

Digital Leadership in Rural & Regional Councils

Panel discussion facilitated by Peter Auhl, EQi Consulting

Tech Savvy Scotty?

Scotty has been and remains a favourite guest on many of Australia’s favourite TV shows, including Spicks and Specks, The Project, Talkin’ ‘bout Your Generation, Have You Been Paying Attention?, Please Like Me, Jack Irish and Studio 10.

Afternoon Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Olikka – Part of Accenture

How transformative people transform organisations

Organisations don’t transform themselves, it's people that transform them. In this session Angelo shares his research on complexity theory, psychodynamics and adult learning principles to explain the traits/characteristics of a transformative person.

Moneyball 2.0 – Transformational change in high performance sport

In complex and rapidly changing sports (and non-sports) landscapes, it is important that any new technology or innovation employed by organisations is not only valuable, but also adopted and supported by key stakeholders.

The Trailblazing Story of Susan Alberti

As co-founder and Managing Director of a large building company, the Chairman of her own medical research foundation, and the Ambassador for Women’s AFL, Susan will share her great story of professional and personal success.

Day one plenary & expo closes

Day one Plenary & Expo closes (Networking Evening @ ACMI commences at 6.30pm)

Awards for Excellence Dinner @ Marvel Stadium Melbourne

The MAV Technology Awards for Excellence recognise outstanding achievements by local government in demonstrating innovation, effort and outcomes; advancing the digital transformation of the sector; supporting council business objectives; and influencing or assisting other councils to improve service delivery.
7.00pm Pre-dinner drinks
7.30pm Seating & background music
7.40pm Entreé served
7.50pm Welcome song -  Casey Bennetto 
7.55pm Introduction & acknowledgements - Lisa McAskill
8.00pm Sponsor address - Telstra
8.05pm Mass dance magic - AnnaGoGo
8.35pm Dinner served
9.15pm Nominees and Award presentations Casey Bennetto & Lisa McAskill • Strategy & Planning Achievement of the Year • Collaboration or Partnership Achievement of the Year • Smart City Achievement of the Year • Customer Experience Achievement of the Year • Presentation of the Year • Leadership Achievement of the Year • The Victorian Award for Excellence • The Australian Award for Excellence
9.35pm Desert Served/Networking & Live band
11.30pm Close

Acknowledgement of Country, Welcome and Introductions

Acknowledgement of Country, Welcome and Introductions

Digital Transformation at speed and scale

The last year has seen digital transformation accelerate at all levels of government. As citizen expectations evolve, we share how local government has approached digital transformation with speed and scale and identify future opportunities.

Meeting changing community needs in a post-COVID world

Showcasing the achievements of some of Australia’s most innovative councils, this keynote asks how local governments can reimagine their operations in a world where digital transformation has become business as usual.

The City of Melbourne’s Covid-19 Recovery

How the City of Melbourne is leveraging its digital capability to accelerate recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.

Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

Morning Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Aussie Broadband

Enabling Innovation

Jacqui shares her personal approach for driving change and transforming organisations and workforce culture through implementing innovative solutions in complex business scenarios.

Rural councils shared services challenges & opportunities

Panel discussion facilitated by Colin Fairweather, Dr Fiona Gray Executive Manager Catalyst Projects, City of Ballarat; Vaughan Williams, Director Corporate Services, Northern Grampians Shire Council; Victoria Schmidt, Manager Customer & Digital Projects, Alpine Shire Council; Chris Parham, General Manager Corporate Services, Mildura Rural City Council.

Creating new ways of delivering digital customer service

Find out how Service Victoria is collaborating with councils to create digital transactions that make it simpler, faster and easier for Victorians to get things done with government.

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

Lunch & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by KAON SECURITY

ICT Business Transformation in Rural Victoria

Rural councils face particular challenges in ICT business transformation. Hear how Yarriambiack achieved greater governance compliance, staff engagement and business efficiencies through value for money solutions.

Digital Twins – Collaborating for Communities

Harnessing location-based intelligence to power Victoria’s future. How a collaborative ecosystem that spans the public service at every level, industry, education and community could enable emerging technologies to help us to solve some of our world’s most complex challenges.

Thinking Cities – Catching up with the growing demand

To encourage collaboration and realise the Autonomous World vision, HERE Technologies, backed by Audi, Bosch, BMW, Continental, Daimler, Intel and Pioneer, is heavily invested in the development of an Open Location Platform.

Challenge your thinking, for a changing future

Olympian, Circus Performer, and Entrepreneur, Guy will share his story of nearly giving up, to achieving world’s best – and how your mindset is everything. He will offer strategies for questioning the way you are thinking about a changing future.

Afternoon Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Olikka – Part of Accenture

Afternoon Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Olikka

Afternoon Tea & Trade Exhibition – Brought to you by Olikka

AgTech in Country Victoria

Invited

Strengthening influence and improving outcomes for councils

How MAV Technology is expanding and evolving to help address the digital challenges and opportunities for local government in Victoria, in Australia and around the world. How you can make a difference in a #MAVTech advisory group.

Drones for Good

Drones in 2020 (regulations, LG case studies, context) and future applications (robotics, size, lidar, 3d modelling etc). Drones vs fireworks - Learn how a drone show is put together. Drone Show – LED drone show over Marvel Stadium!

UNREALISTIC? – An Innovation Masterclass

What are the barriers to innovation and change? Why is collaboration difficult? What is the future of work? How ready are you to change paths? Gus takes us through some practical approaches to step, hop and jump toward real innovation in the workplace.

Announcement of Trade Expo winners

Announcement of Trade Expo winners. Plenary and Expo close.

Plenary & Trade Exhibition closes

Plenary & Expo closes (Awards for Excellence Dinner commences at 7pm)

Networking Evening @ ACMI

Enjoy drinks and contemporary canapés in the heart of Melbourne’s Fed Square. The reimagined ACMI celebrates the wonder and power of the world’s most democratic artform – fostering the next generation of makers, players and watchers. Proudly brought to you by WhatFix.
When What Where
6.00pm Drinks and food service commences
6.55pm Welcome – Lisa Bennetto & Matthew Szymczak, MAV Technology ACMI @ Federation Square Flinders Street, Melbourne
7.00pm Sponsor's address - WhatFix
7.10pm Curated tour of signature exhibition – The Story of the Moving Image
7.10pm Food, drinks and networking continues
9.00pm Close
   

MASTERCLASS – Unlock continual field staff efficiency

 

Unlock continual field staff efficiency:

How to improve the effectiveness and satisfaction of Council field staff, with DIY custom mobile apps integrated into your core business systems Learn how easy it can be to build a low-code mobile/web app for inspection/audit forms that can reduce costs, ensure compliance and improve workforce efficiency for staff and contractors. Participants will have access to OneBlink’s LcS (Low-code Suite) for an exclusive 90 day trial when you return to Council. The trial apps/forms you build can be piloted with your colleagues, and expanded into custom solutions that connect into common Council business systems. The masterclass is recommended for both IT professionals and/or tech-savvy 'line of business' managers.   What You Will Need:
  • Laptop
  • Typical paper-based or .pdf inspection, audit or compliance form/s
  • Common work guides / safe work practices
Agenda:
  • Intro to OneBlink’s LcS as used by Councils
  • Live demonstration building eForms, approval workflows and apps with no code
  • 1-on-1 mentoring to create your own eForms, approval workflows & apps that you can run as a pilot
  • Group discussion and follow-up support by OneBlink
9.30am - 12.30pm @ Marvel Stadium, Docklands (Max 25 people)    

MASTERCLASS – Work backward from your customer to transform citizen services

 

Work backward from your customer to transform citizen services

This session introduces business leaders to a customer-centric approach for innovation, provides examples and approaches for how Amazon.com has used technology to accelerate innovation, and engage with customers. To demonstrate a real-world scenario of this workshop, Moreton Bay Regional Council will present how their move to SaaS enabled their Smart City initiatives. This session will include an introduction to a culture of innovation, some practical examples, and a hands-on workshop exploring your customers and ideating on how to address problems/opportunities.   Agenda: Introduction: A culture of Innovation, organised around four interdependent elements: Culture, Mechanisms, Architecture & Organisation Rethinking Digital Services: A practical example from TechnologyOne & Moreton Bay Regional council. Workshop: Working Backwards from your Customer
  • Who is your customer
  • What is your opportunity/problem
  •  Idea generation
  • Identify the most important customer benefits
  • Drafting your Press Release/Pitch.
What to bring: Pen, Paper and an Open Mind, with an idea of who your customers are (internal or external) and what problems you’re trying to solve or opportunities you’d like to explore. For example, if we think about our customers/citizens, what would you change if you were enabling citizens.? Presenters: Matt Greensmith, Senior Manager, Public Sector Head of Industry - Domain SA at Amazon Web Services. Jackie Frost, Asset Management Manager Moreton Bay Regional Council. Gladstone Brohier, Business Development Manager, Enterprise Asset Management at TechnologyOne. 9.30am - 12.30pm @ @ Marvel Stadium, Docklands (Max 25 people)

MASTERCLASS – Defining the new Cyber-Security Perimeter

Defining the new Cyber-Security Perimeter

Remote work isn’t a trend anymore, but a new way for organisations to operate. Identity represents the “new perimeter” and there needs to be more urgency, focus and prioritisation made toward meeting these risks by organisations. But what can be done to mitigate these risks where IT teams are coping with multiple devices, networks, locations and ways of enabling employees to access professional applications? Join a group of your security peers as we explore this topic and look how organisations, both locally and globally, are addressing this challenge.   Agenda:
  • How to protect the distributed workforce shaping the public sector?
  • What role does password management play in an organisations overall security posture?
  • Best practices and strategies to protect your employees and organisations from cyber-attacks.
  9.30am - 12.30pm @ Marvel Stadium, Docklands (Max 25 people) 

WALKING TOUR – Melbourne Innovation Districts Site Tour 

Melbourne Innovation Districts Site Tour    A walking tour of the Melbourne Innovation Districts in City North, including the City of Melbourne's 5G and IoT Testbed. Melbourne Innovation Districts (MID) is a partnership between the City of Melbourne, RMIT University, and the University of Melbourne, to develop urban innovations in Melbourne, for the benefit of the whole city. The MID is an opportunity to shape Melbourne’s future through open collaborations that deepen the city’s capacity for applied innovation. It is a foundation upon which a broad community of institutions, businesses, organisations and people can collaborate to enhance Melbourne’s future.   Depart: 9.30am from the Sir Redmond Barry statue at the State Library (328 Swanston Street, Melbourne). Return: 12.30pm. (Max 45 people)  

Welcome Reception @ Marvel Stadium, Melbourne

 
6.00pm Trade Exhibition – Drinks on arrival Location:   The Victory Room & Boundary Line Marvel Stadium, Melbourne
6.40pm Move to boundary line – Food and drinks service commences
6.45pm Acknowledgement of Country
6.57pm Lisa McAskill, Conference MC - Introduction 
7.00pm Mr Frank McGuire, Parliamentary Secretary [invited] - Digital innovation and its role in Victoria's recovery
7.15pm Cr David Clark, President, Municipal Association of Victoria - Supporting innovation in local government
7.20pm Daniel Johnson, ARQ Group - Showcasing new tech solutions for the new digital world
7.25pm Lisa Bennetto, Executive Officer MAV Technology - Event program overview
7.30pm Food and drinks service continues
8.00pm CLOSE
 

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Victory Room
740 Bourke Street
Docklands VIC 3008
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