Program

Download the Save the Date flyer with details on our Keynotes & two of our Plenary presenters.

Tuesday 22 August 2017

TimeSession
14.00 Registration Open
15.00 - 16.00 AIPIO AGM
17.00 - 19.00

Annual Awards Presentation & Welcome Reception

Wednesday 23 August 2017 

TimeSession
08.55 - 09.00 Conference Introduction & Formal Conference Opening - Dr Phil Kowalick 
09.00 - 09.40

Keynote: Professor Rory Medcalf
Vigilance, Resilience & Distributed Risk: Watchwords for Australia’s National Security

09.40 - 10.20

Anthony Helmond
Fintel Alliance – A New Kind of Public Private Partnership

10.20 - 10.40

Morning Tea
10.40 - 11.20

Assistant Commissioner Neil Paterson APM
The Need to Share

11.20 - 12.00

Dr Brenton Cooper
Data Analytics in Law Enforcement & Intelligence

12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 13.40

Dominique Poidevin
Breaking Down Intelligence Barriers Across Operations, Investigations and National Security: the Border Intelligence Experience

13.40 - 14.20

Richard Amer & Tim Green
Enabling Better Public Services by New Ways of Sharing Data Securely

  Effective Engagement Technological Enablement Innovative Practices
14.25 - 14.55

Edward Barker
Breaking Down Barriers Through Proactive Vetting Management

Professor Boualem Benatallah
Cognitive Computing for Intelligence and Law Enforcement

Dr Charles Vanderpeer
Intelligence and Technology: Who's Asking the Questions?

14.55 - 15.25 Afternoon Tea
15.25 - 15.55

John Schmidt
The Real Australian Intelligence Community

Ross Buglak 
Innovative Process for Detecting Early Stages of Radicalisation

Aleksandra Bielska &
Chris Pallaris
The Intelligence Analyst as Internal Consultant

 

16.00 - 16.30

Steve Curnin
Multi-agency Collaboration in Disasters: Building Trust Swiftly

19.00 - 19.30 Networking Drinks
19.30 - 23.30 AIPIO Conference Dinner 

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AIPIO CONFERENCE DINNER CHARITY

All monies raised from the Conference Dinner’s Charity Auction will be donated to Whitelion, an organisation helping youth at risk. The charity was chosen as AIPIO has always had a strong interest in helping disadvantaged youth. Whitelion in particular dedicate their work to helping juveniles in the youth justice system and at risk youth toward a better life.

 Thursday 24 August 2017 

TimeSession
08.45 - 08.50 Welcome
08.50 - 09.30

Keynote: Tarquin Folliss OBE
The Future for Intelligence: Maintaining Relevance in the Age of Information Overload

09.30 - 10.10

Invited Speaker: Professor John Blaxland
What's Old is New: The Importance of Understanding the History of Counterespionage for Modern Day Security & Intelligence Practitioners

10.10 - 10.50

R.Mark Evans OBE
Reflections on Intelligence

10.50 - 11.10

Morning Tea
11.10 - 11.50

Deputy Commissioner Grant Nicholls
Developing Intelligence Informed Policing in a 'Small' Jurisdiction

11.50 - 12.40

Panel Session: Breaking Down the Barriers – Implications of the Implementation of Home Security / Home Office on the Intelligence Community in Australia
Facilitator: Kirsten Williams 
Panelists: Professor John Blaxland  |  R. Mark Evans OBE  |  Tarquin Folliss OBE  |  Elaine Ogden

12.40 - 13.10

Anthony Helmond
Data & Technology Driving the Fintel Alliance

13.10 - 14.10

Lunch
  Effective Engagement Technological Enablement Innovative Practices
14.10 - 14.40

Babette Bensoussan
Decision Making, Analysis & Intelligence 

Guy Bourne
Institutional Memory

Grant Osbourne
The Beat the News System: Forecasting Social Disruption via Modelling of Online Behaviours

14.45 - 15.15 Suzanne Lockhart
Biometric Technology Trends & Issues: Hardware, Software, Policy, Legal & Social Considerations
Jon Piercey
The Dangers Within: 6 Hidden Signs of Cybersecurity Insider Threats
15.15 - 15.30 Afternoon Tea
15.30 - 16.00

Stephen Zidek
Improving Engagement Practices of your Millennial Intelligence Workforce by Effective Mentoring & Analytical Tradecraft Development

Bruce Paynter & Rebecca Fealy
Insights from the Response to the Panama Papers Data Release

Andrew Marshall
Can You Attend the Site of a Pollution Incident Before it Happens?
16.05 - 16.35

Associate Professor Roberta Julian
Exploring Law Enforcement and Public Health as a Collective Impact Initiative: Lessons Learned from Tasmania as a Case Study

Professor B.L. William Wong & 
Dr Nadeem Qazi

VALCRI: Facilitating Human Reasoning & Analytic Discourse in Criminal Intelligence Analysis

16.40 - 16.50 Conference Summary & Close 
17.00 - 18.00 Closing Drinks 

* program subject to change

 

 

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