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10th anniversary celebrations continue with awards night
Magic performances and laughter set the tone for the 10th annual AusCERT security awards dinner.
The awards, which began poolside at the Royal Pines Resort on the Gold Coast, are designed to recognise Australian professionals who work at the frontline of information security.
AusCERT general manager, Graham Ingram, said that 10 years ago he never would have dreamed that a security conference would grow to the level it is at now.
Pictured: AusCERT's Claire Groves and Graham Ingram cut the 10th anniversary cake.
The cake in all its glory.
MC Corrine Grant shares a laugh with AusCERT's Claire Groves and Graham Ingram.
Poolside drinks at Royal Pines Resort.
The AusCERT stage.
Delegates prepare for an entertaining night.
MC Corinne Grant with AusCERT Individual Excellence in Information Security winner, Wade Alcorn of NGS Secure.
Len Kleinman from the Australian Taxation Office accepts his `prize' from Corinne Grant. The ATO won the Organisational Excellence in Information Security award.
Google's Jamie Gillispe accepts the award for Best Security Initiative.
The ATO's Len Kleinman thanks AusCERT for the award.
Imperva's Kane Lightowler accepts SC Magazine's Product of the Year award.
Sourcefire's Chris Riff. The company won vendor of the year.
VMInformer Professional's John Reeman accepting the Innovation award.
M86 received the Protector award.
McAfee accepting the Best SME Security Solution award.