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WA AustCyber Update

Hi <<First Name>>

In this update
  • Australian Cyber Week is taking place 14 - 18 November 2022 with in-person and online events across the country. 
  • The Hub is gearing up for the WA Mining Conference thisweek.  Be sure to join us for our discussions around securing mining supply chains. 
  • We are excited to welcome our new AustCyber Group Executive, Jason Murrell to the national AustCyber team. 
  • There's also still time to provide input into the design of the Cyber West Summit by completing the survey.

We can't wait to connect with you soon.
Cecily & Emma -  The WA AustCyber Innovation Hub Team.

AustCyber: Part of the Stone & Chalk Group

AustCyber has undergone a merger with the Stone & Chalk group. The WA Hub is pleased to be part of the national network and working closely with Stone & Chalk. 

The Stone & Chalk group supports startups, scaleups and the wider ecosystem across a range of emerging technology sectors. The merger will support a vision for Australia as a centre for secure emerging tech. AustCyber will also benefit from access to Stone & Chalk's experts and innovation network.

We are excited to see the benefits this merger will bring to the cyber community.

Australian Cyber Week

Cyber Week 2022 will be traveling around the country to Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, and Canberra, from 14 - 18 November 2022 to deliver world-class cyber security events in person and online – spanning the full breadth of the cyber security landscape for those within the sector, but also well beyond.

Tickets for the national program are FREE, however, registration is essential. View the program here.
 

WA events during Australian Cyber Week will include:

Cyber Secure in Mining

The Hub is excited to host a Cyber Security Space at this week's WA Mining Conference. 

We will be attending the conference to highlight to the mining sector that effective cybersecurity is essential to ensure operations run smoothly.  We are proud to be joined by local cyber experts Red PiranhaWardnES2 and Sapien Cyber and our partner, the City of Joondalup

You can find us at the expo at Booth E136 and join us tomorrow for our cyber security presentations.

Presentations - 12 October
I've been hacked, what's next? Panel discussion - 10am on the Expo Stage.

Cybersecurity: Managing Digital Risk in the Resources Sector by WAACIH Director, Cecily Rawlinson - 3.40pm on the main stage. 

The cyber community can receive a 50% discount by using code EX50PROMO

Get your tickets from waminingexpo.com.au   We can't wait to see you there.

Cyber West Summit

CyberWest Summit is a flagship event designed to provide cyber security education and awareness to industry, small business, government and academia - highlighting WA cyber security capabilities.

At the WA AustCyber Innovation Hub - we believe in the power of human-centred design.

As the 'humans' at the core of our community, we would love it if you could spare 5 minutes of your time to help us to ensure that CyberWest Summit is tailored to our local context and community needs. We want to hear your voices and understand your priorities for this event. 

Please complete the pre-event survey here.

Staffing Update

In September 2022 we were delighted to welcome Jason Murrell as the new Group Executive for AustCyber who will be leading the national network of cyber innovation nodes across the country.

Jason has extensive cyber security industry experience and knowledge, and we are thrilled to have him onboard!
View our Code of Conduct for events HERE.
The WA AustCyber Innovation Hub is part of the national AustCyber Industry Growth Network. The Hub sits at the centre of cyber security in Western Australia.

Our purpose is to facilitate connections across industry, build capability by inspiring more people to join the sector and support cyber startups and scale-ups to commercialise and expand, ready for new markets and opportunities.
 
The WA AustCyber Innovation Hub is co-funded through the
WA Government’s New Industries Fund
Edith Cowan University and City of Joondalup.


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