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The National Security Resilience Policy Division, part of the Australian Attorney-General’s Department, is hosting the 24th Security in Government Conference at the National Convention Centre, Canberra from 3–5 September 2012.
The SIG Conference commenced in 1987 as a meeting of agency security advisers focusing on protective security issues. Since its inception, attendance at the conference has enabled delegates to engage with public and private sector security experts from a diverse range of fields. The extensive trade exhibition attached to the conference features over 100 security-related service providers who work closely with both the government and private sector to provide cutting-edge solutions to protective security issues.
The SIG Conference is targeted at senior executives responsible for managing security in agencies; officers from all levels of government who contribute to the development of security capability and response; security practitioners from the public and private sectors who contribute to the provision of services to government and critical infrastructure providers in the following areas:
Personnel from other areas who should attend are; private sector service and technology professionals who have responsibility for critical infrastructure resilience and engage with government and the public sector in the security field; and undergraduate and post-graduate students undertaking studies in security policy, capability development, incident response and policing.
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