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AISA holds first national conference dinner and awards ceremony
CBA's Ben Hays welcomes delegates to the awards dinner and spoke about how the bank is ensuring that customer data remains private.
Ben Hays from CBA (left) and AISA national director, Benn Dullard, (right) congratulate Information Security Rookie of the Year winner, Hareen Siriwardena. He was part of a Deloitte team that provided PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) remediation support.
CBA's Ben Hays with AISA Canberra branch executive, Michael Hodge, who accepted the Information Security Team of the Year award on behalf of Defence Signals Directorate (DSD). The DSD developed the top 35 mitigation strategies. Also on hand was AISA's Benn Dullard.
CBA's Ben Hays with AISA Canberra branch excutive, Michael Hodge, and AISA national director, Benn Dullard.
Ben Hays from CBA with Information Security Project of the Year award winners, Mark Jones and Russell Clarke, and AISA national director, Benn Dullard. Jones and Clarke won for their implementation of an information security management system (ISMS) covering corporate IT and SCADA/RTS systems.
AISA's Benn Dullard and CBA's Ben Hays congratulate Information Security Employer of the Year, BAE Systems Stratsec.
AISA members relaxing during the awards ceremony.
AISA national director, Benn Dullard, and CBA's Ben Hays look on as Information Security Professional of the Year, Nick Ellsmore, thanked AISA and the security industry for the nomination. Ellsmore won for his work in founding SIFT which later merged with BAE Systems Stratsec.
Comedian Akmal Saleh entertained the crowd following the awards ceremony.