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Victoria State Government
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Australian Information Security Association
As an nationally recognised not-for-profit organisation and charity, the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) champions the development of a robust information security sector by building the capacity of professionals in Australia and advancing the cyber security and safety of the Australian public as well as businesses and governments in Australia.
Established in 1999, AISA has become the recognised authority on information security in Australia with a membership of over 3000 individuals across the country. AISA caters to all domains of the information security industry with a particular focus on sharing expertise from the field at meetings, focus groups and networking opportunities around Australia. AISA's vision is a world where all people, businesses and governments are educated about the risks and dangers of cyber attack and data theft, and to enable them to take all reasonable precautions to protect themselves.
Our independent non-profit association was created to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement of our profession. Our strategic plan calls for continued work in the areas of advocacy, diversity, education, and organisational excellence.
35+ years leadership in Australian B2B media and events, engaging with over 41,000 opt-in, tech and industrial professionals.
THREE focused media divisions
INDUSTRIAL | TECHNOLOGY | FOOD & SCIENCE
150,000+ content items across 14 media channels.
We want to help you find new customers.
We are a results-focused, audience-centric, B2B media business. We are a business introduction agency. Our long-term experience in creating great content continues to attract a quality audience of opt-in tech and industrial decision-makers. We build programs to help you access our audience, based around your business objectives, and budget.
Working with us will deliver new customers to your business!
ACUO is the peak industry body for the unmanned sector of aviation in Australia and is run for certified UAV operators, by certified UAV Operators. The current Management Committee is made up of certified UAV Operators from Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Western Australia, but ACUO represents all certified UAV Operators across all states and territories.
Australian Policy Online is a research database and alert service providing free access to full text research reports and papers, statistics and other resources essential for public policy development and implementation in Australia and New Zealand.
· An open access database with over 30,000 research resources
· Publications sourced from over 4,000 organisations and journals in Australia, New Zealand and internationally
· Scholarly research from universities, governments, organisations and think tanks
· 7 Free email newsletters sent to 17,000 subscribers
· 6,000+ Twitter followers
· Commentary, video, audio, websites, book reviews, events, jobs, courses
Cyber Security Networks
The CSNs exist to raise awareness of cyber security, and encourage communication and collaboration toward #DisruptingCybercrime. Our approach is to bring together a range of stakeholders and engage in real conversations.
Strong proponents of open frameworks and standards, we leverage platforms for research and education to develop and promulgate evidence-based, good practice as it is, and as it may change over time.
Our customers and community work have included Universities, Associations, Businesses large and small, Cybersecurity innovators, and Government entities.
Women in Technology (WiT)
WiT is the peak industry body for women in technology and life sciences within Queensland.
WiT's vision is to advance, connect and empower women in technology and life science.
WiT empowers, develops and celebrates women in technology and life sciences via relevant events, mentoring, programs, awards and networks.
We are committed to:
· Developing a strong and sustainable network for members and supporters with industry
· Building mutually beneficial partnerships and relationships with government, academia and industry
· Advocating for our members on relevant issues to advance the presence and status of women in technology and life sciences
· Providing development opportunities and adding value to our members.
In an age where the right information at the right time can make or break a deal, Australia's technology leaders rely on iTnews for their daily fix of accurate, up-to-the-minute news, analysis and research.
Information and communications technology is the engine room of the modern business. Business leaders tell us they rely on iTnews to inform their strategy, make business cases for technology investments, set policies and chart their careers.
Collectively, the team at iTnews has won a swag of awards which include Technology Title of the Year, Best News Title, Best Editor, Best Business Journalist, Best News Journalist and Best Technical Journalist.
The iTnews team also curates technology conferences and judges the annual Benchmark Awards for excellence in ICT project delivery.
The iTnews website is an important hub for technology enthusiasts to discuss the issues that interest them. Few publications can boast such intimacy with its audience, connected via feedback comments and forums.
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem. We are a not-for-profit organisation to benefit members, and AIIA membership fees are tax deductible.
Since 1978 the AIIA has pursued activities to stimulate and grow the digital ecosystem, to create a favourable business environment for our members and to contribute to Australia’s economic prosperity.
We do this by delivering outstanding member value by:
· providing a strong voice of influence
· building a sense of community through events and educatiom
· enabling a network for collaboration and inspiration; and
· developing compelling content and relevant and interesting information