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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.