In pictures: Cyber Security Summit 2012 day one

Data retention, privacy under discussion on first day of three day summit

  • Imperva Australia and New Zealand principal security architect, Paul Steen.

  • Panel discussion members: University of London Professor, Paul Dorey, and Black Swan Consulting director, Keith Price.

  • ResMed security architect, Kevin Conolly, spoke about remote health and the need for balancing proven technology with bleeding edge technology.

  • IBRS security analyst, James Turner, chaired a panel discussion on the future outlook of information security.

  • Professor Dorey delivered a keynote on how companies are improving security by accepting that network intrusion is inevitable.

  • Australian Federal Police (AFP) Assistant Commissioner, Neil Gaughan, spoke on the need for data retention and mandatory data breach notifications in Australia.

  • Senetas CTO, Julian Fay, spoke about how his Melbourne-based company ended up securing the US military information network.

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