Conference program

AIPIO is in the process of creating an adept and engaging program for the Conference.

This program page has been designed to be explored using the filters - use the check boxes to select by either Conference subtheme/s, OR topics (as many as you like!) to browse the sessions that are most relevant to you.

This program is subject to change.

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10:00
AIPIO AGM
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11:00
Registration Open, Arrival Tea & Coffee
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12:00
Conference Opening
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12:20
Setting The Scene
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12:40
Accountability
Keynote Speaker - Accountability
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13:20

A discussion of the future of information technology in intelligence and investigations. The impact of artificial intelligence and the almost limitless ability to collect data not only provides formerly unthought of opportunities for law enforcement, but significantly increases the risk to law enforcement agencies.

Risk
Law enforcement
Technology
Business
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14:00
Afternoon Tea
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14:30
Plenary Round Showcase
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16:05
Renewal
Concurrent Session - Renewal
Developing your Tradecraft
Concurrent Session - Developing your Tradecraft

Threat intelligence can be a powerful source of insight, but it’s not always clear how these insights have informed decisions. Cybersecurity strategy often focuses on an architecture-centric target state, based on abstractions about threat. Simon will discuss how threat intelligence can be integrated directly into the core of cybersecurity strategy.  

Business
Cyber

Helen’s session will focus on understanding intelligence capability in Incident and Disaster Management, specifically using the PPRR framework. The session will focus on the roles and responsibilities of intelligence practitioners in this space, the frameworks they use, creating effective systems and processes, and how these are applicable in strategic, operational and tactical intelligence environments. Helen will also unpack the impact and outcomes that intelligence practitioners are faced with in this environment.

Business
Data Analytics
Geospatial
Government
Integrity
Policy
Risk
Security
Tradecraft
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16:40

Accountability is a crucial aspect of the intelligence profession, underpinning the social contract and operational benefits of a robust intelligence profession. Intelligence professionals are accountable for their actions and decisions and that accountability helps to maintain public and employer trust and confidence in the intelligence enterprise. Additionally, accountability helps to ensure that intelligence activities, especially emerging practices, meet future operational requirements and are conducted within the bounds of the law and ethical standards.

Academia
Defence
Government
Integrity
Law enforcement
National Security
Policy
Regulatory
Security
Tradecraft

Integrity, professionalism, empathy, curiosity, analytical thinking – the list of soft skills that enable the success of your profession is considerable. This interactive session will allow you the opportunity to take a deep dive into identifying your transferable skills, and how to communicate them to a broad audience. Values-based discussions will engage with a framework aiding skill recognition and translation, the progression of career identity development and a process for discovering your possible future selves.

Tradecraft
Capability
Concurrent Session - Capability

This session will focus on the challenges and successes of building intelligence maturity and capability through the delivering of an Intelligence Capability Uplift project. The presenters will share insights, highlight key strategies and lessons learned from their own experience in delivering this change project.

Beulah will offer insights from an intelligence perspective into the specific challenges and requirements of enhancing intelligence capabilities within a corrections agency's operating model. Beulah’s perspective will draw on her firsthand experience and expertise in the field of intelligence.

Dan will offer a corporate perspective on the challenges, and highlight the broader business implementations, stakeholder management considerations and the importance of considering organisational context in which these changes were implemented.

Together, these two perspectives will offer a comprehensive view of the project, highlighting the critical need for a holistic approach to driving change and business improvement within organisations with an intelligence function.

Government
Law enforcement
Risk
Security
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17:15
Welcome Reception
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08:00
Registration Open, Arrival Tea & Coffee
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08:45
MC Reflection
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09:00
Renewal
Keynote Speaker - Renewal
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09:40
Plenary Speaker
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10:20
Morning Tea
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10:40

Sustaining and Building the Intelligence Profession

Within that theme, we will explore the sub-themes of Accountability, Capability and Renewal – each factor represents what is needed to sustain and build the intelligence profession in Australia for the complex and challenging future.

Leah’s presentation will deep dive into how intelligence is increasingly being used in the private sector.  She will explore the three key themes of accountability, capability and renewal and look through the lens of private sector intelligence being used to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the region – cyber threats.

Leah will explore the following themes:

  • How organisations are looking to intelligence professionals to provide actionable, timely and relevant reporting backed by analytical rigor and professionalism, and how has this changed over the past decade.

  • How organisations are becoming and increasingly looking to intelligence to be intelligence-led and threat informed when tackling our ever evolving cyber threats

  • How we are seeing organisations operationalise intelligence in the private sector and what this means for the practitioner.

  • How the intelligence discipline is learning and embracing other industries and the skills and analytical process being used adopted from other disciplines

  • How the public and private sectors are partnering to build the picture and tackle the cyber threats we are facing in the region.

These questions will be explored using tangible case insights and examples of intelligence work and outcomes Leah has led in her decade in the discipline across both public and private sectors.

Leah will close out her presentation by exploring what all this means for the future of the profession and the intelligence practitioner and how we can keep pace with the evolving landscape, evolving tradecraft and increasing expectations on us as an intelligence professional.

Business
Cyber
Security
Accountability
Concurrent Session - Accountability

In an environment of dynamic strategic complexity, strong leadership at the working level is a critical enabler of a robust and adaptable intelligence profession. This tradecraft session explores a leadership blueprint for emerging and practising intelligence leaders. Dr Susan McGinty shares lessons from her own experience as an intelligence leader and a leadership development expert to highlight the key skill sets emerging and practising leaders in the intelligence profession need to inform timely and effective decision-making in a rapidly changing strategic environment.

The session will discuss the most important vertical and horizontal leadership skills required of intelligence leaders to remain adaptive and influential, and explore emotional intelligence as a core leadership capability for emerging and practicing leaders.

Business
Cyber
Defence
Government
Law enforcement
National Security
Policy
Security
Technology
Tradecraft

This presentation will explore how voice risk analytics and sophisticated technology, combined with human expertise, can address top risk management changes for security, intelligence and policing organisations.  Discover how this technology can bolster due diligence, vetting, risk assessment and investigations driving organisational integrity and rebuilding public trust.  It will also examine how to leverage advanced technology to improve speed, consistency, and fairness in security and policing.

Academia
Business
Cyber
Data Analytics
Defence
Finance
Government
Integrity
Law enforcement
Mining
National Security
Regulatory
Risk
Security
Technology
Tradecraft
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11:15
Renewal
Concurrent Session - Renewal

Intelligence leads to an ability to determine the type of bomb the villain will use. Technology can now take that prediction and demonstrate the results in the real world – without causing the damage.  This capability both verifies the value of the intelligence and makes security and response more intelligence-led. 

Academia
Business
Defence
Law enforcement
Mining
National Security
Risk
Security
Technology

Opportunity analysis arose from the alternate analysis movement that brought intelligence officers and decision makers closer together following 9/11.  It offers a practical way to add value to our intelligence support activities by identifying opportunities, means, benefits, consequences, and risks associated with a pre-determined course of action while steering clear of policy prescription.

Business
Defence
National Security
Policy
Regulatory
Risk
Government
Law enforcement
Tradecraft
Security

In an era of rapid technological advancements, the QPS has embarked on a transformative journey to enhance community engagement through digital intelligence. This presentation delves into the multifaceted approach taken by the QPS to foster stronger connections with the community while leveraging cutting-edge technologies and techniques to identify and prosecute offenders who flaunt their criminal activities on social media.

Cyber
Law enforcement
Technology
Tradecraft
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11:50
Renewal
Concurrent Session - Renewal
Capability
Concurrent Session - Capability
Accountability
Concurrent Session - Accountability

This presentation will cover Threat and Risk concepts applied in a police intelligence environment. It will demonstrate the application of these concepts to both criminal and security issues, which are transferable to other intelligence sectors. Concepts covered will include intent, capability, and target vulnerability relating to potential threats. It will explain the benefits of identifying indicators related to each concept, how they assist improving intelligence understanding, and analysis of the likelihood of threat/s occurring. Understanding these concepts will improve your ability to plan, identify collection requirements and provide supported analytical findings to decision makers. Improved analysis influences better informed decision makers to implement mitigations strategies impacting criminal and security threats.

Security
Risk
Law enforcement
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12:20
Lunch
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13:20
Renewal
Concurrent Session - Renewal
Accountability
Concurrent Session - Accountability

The application of generative AI to intelligence operations introduces both opportunities and challenges in the realm of open-source intelligence (OSINT). On one hand, generative AI can be weaponised by hostile intelligence operators to manipulate and exploit OSINT for nefarious purposes, such as creating fake personas, generating disinformation campaigns, and spreading propaganda to deceive and influence target audiences. These tactics pose significant risks to national security, democratic institutions, and public trust, as misinformation and fake content can undermine public discourse, sow discord, and incite conflict. On the other hand, OSINT tools and techniques can be used to detect, monitor, and mitigate the spread of disinformation and malicious activities. By including OSINT tools and techniques, individuals and organisations can enhance their ability to identify and counter hostile intelligence operations, safeguarding against misinformation campaigns and preserving the integrity of online information ecosystems.

Academia
Business
Cyber
Defence
Government
Law enforcement
National Security
Security
Technology
Tradecraft

This presentation delves into the advanced methods and technologies used to detect and prevent insurance fraud, focusing on the integration of intelligence systems. We will explore the following key areas:

Claims Scoring: Understanding how intelligent algorithms analyze claims data to score and rank the likelihood of fraud, enabling more efficient investigation prioritization.

Network Scoring: Utilizing network analysis to identify connections between seemingly unrelated claims, uncovering complex fraud schemes involving multiple parties.

Staged and Induced Accidents: Investigating the characteristics and detection strategies for staged motor accidents and induced accidents, which are commonly employed by fraudsters to exploit insurance policies.

Organized Crime: Highlighting how organized crime rings orchestrate large-scale insurance fraud operations and the role of intelligence in dismantling these networks.

Through case studies and real-world examples, the presentation will demonstrate the effectiveness of these techniques in identifying and combating sophisticated fraud schemes, ultimately protecting insurers and policyholders alike.

Finance
Risk
Technology
Business
Data Analytics
Tradecraft
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13:55

The word ‘Intelligence’, when mentioned in specific contexts, often conjures mental images of action-packed scenes relating to clandestine operations. The heroic exploits of fictional characters created by Ian Fleming and Robert Ludlum are often cited by those unfamiliar with the practice and contribute to the propagation of negative stereotypes. It is likely that most intelligence practitioners will agree that the reality is far less thrilling. While traditionally employed by those in the National Intelligence Community (NIC), law enforcement, and military forces, Intelligence offers numerous opportunities for contemporary problem-solving in private practice.

Intelligence practice is a tool and nothing more, nothing less. Intelligence has evolved alongside technology and has acted as a force-multiplier for those with sufficient resources and skills to wield it. In the modern age, we are fortunate enough to have reduced barriers of entry to both technology and intelligence practice. Consequently, the reduced barrier of entry increases the availability of intelligence practice, can enable novel use cases for modern societal problems and also attract new talent. Increasing the availability of intelligence practice is not without risk. Considerations such as ethics and potential for misuse need to be factored in. However, there is the opportunity to include these considerations in both formal and informal teachings.

This paper calls upon intelligence practitioners to become better advocates for the practice, help counter Hollywood stereotypes and effect the demystification of Intelligence. To achieve its aims, the paper refers to several use cases, contemporary events, and relevant peer reviewed studies.

Academia
Business
Cyber
Data Analytics
Integrity
Technology
Tradecraft
Accountability
Concurrent Session - Accountability

Using Open Source Intelligence, Cybercrime Atlas community members collaborate to map the cybercrime landscape, criminal operations, networks, and infrastructure. Cybercrime Atlas supports disruption of cybercriminal activities by providing actionable research to its members.

The Cybercrime Atlas community is made up of organisations who have a key role in identifying and disrupting cybercriminal operations. As the Cybercrime Atlas grows, it will act as a source for evidence-based recommendations for improvements to public policy. It will also produce practical guidance to enhance operational collaborations that counter cybercrime. This will make the internet a higher risk environment for cybercriminals.

This session will provide an overview of Cybercrime Atlas, the impact it is already having in the fight against cybercrime, and look to an optimistic future.

The Australian Lithuanian Cyber Research Network (ALCRN) is a collaborative research initiative between RMIT University in Australia and Mykolas Romeris University in Lithuania. Launched in 2022, its primary objective is to connect cybersecurity researchers, students, and industry/government practitioners from both countries who are working on or interested in cybersecurity.

In the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian conflict, Open-Source Intelligence (OSINT) has emerged as a critical force multiplier. Unlike traditional classified intelligence, OSINT relies on publicly available information from sources like social media, commercial satellite imagery, and news reports. The war in Ukraine, often termed “the first digital war,” and showcases the intelligence power of OSINT. As technology advances, OSINT will continue to play a pivotal role in shaping conflict dynamic

The presentation will explore the unique challenges that relate to open source intelligence, it will describe the theory and application of open source using real-life examples in the context of the Russian – Ukraine War. The paper will focus on the following areas:

1)    A description of what OSINT is from an intelligence perspective
2)    Real-life examples of OSINT in relation to the Ukraine looking at Russian examples;
3)    Real-life examples of OSINT in relation to the Wagner Group looking at the Lithuanian border case study;
4)    Australia and Ukraine OSINT examples and ;
5)    Operational Considerations of OSINT;
6)    Future considerations of OSINT.

Academia
Government
National Security
Security
Technology
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14:30
Accountability
Concurrent Session - Accountability
Developing your Tradecraft
Concurrent Session - Developing your Tradecraft

This case study draws on the author’s recent experience over the last three years working closely with Pacific Island Countries (PIC) in building the intelligence capability underpinning their development of national security policy and strategy.

Academia
Defence
Government
Law enforcement
National Security
Policy
Renewal
How to Create a Career Hot Streak
Academia
Business
Cyber
Data Analytics
Defence
Finance
Geospatial
Government
Integrity
Law enforcement
Legislation
Mining
National Security
Space
Policy
Risk
Regulatory
Security
Technology
Tradecraft
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15:00
Afternoon Tea
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15:30

This paper will discuss how the NSW Crime Commission balances secrecy and transparency to produce public facing intelligence. It will discuss how the Commission manages its tactical, operational and strategic intelligence functions and how it uses its covert collection capabilities and coercive powers to inform strategic decision making and recommendations for legislative reform. It will draw on recent examples of covert intelligence operations and investigations that have resulted in public reporting, including its inquiry into money laundering via electronic gaming machines in NSW pubs and clubs. The paper will discuss how the Commission balances the need for accountability to demonstrate its evidence-based recommendations, in a context where covert and coercive collection methods need to remain secret.

Academia
Data Analytics
Legislation
Policy
Regulatory
Risk
Security
Government
Technology

In the realm of intelligence, a key area of focus is understanding the behaviours and characteristics of targets and persons of interest. However, we rarely take the time to reflect and understand our own teams or even ourselves.

This session is designed to shift this paradigm by demonstrating how DISC profiling, a robust behavioural assessment tool, can be leveraged to enhance outcomes in intelligence practices.

DISC profiling categorizes individuals into four primary styles Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Conscientiousness (C). As intelligence leaders and practitioners, understanding these profiles can significantly enhance our ability to lead effectively and drive successful intelligence operations.

This session will discuss each of the styles and explore how our understanding of these styles can inform the way we engage with decision makers, present intelligence findings and build collaborative relationships.

By the end of this session, participants will have a clear understanding of how to leverage DISC profiling to foster more effective team composition, enhance internal communication and ultimately strengthening collaborative practices to enhance operational outcomes.

Government
Integrity
Law enforcement
Tradecraft

In an era buoyed by technological advancements, both governmental agencies and private enterprises have been embracing digital transformation in their strategic roadmaps. Police forces around the world have also been part of that story – yet as various digital technologies are being increasingly employed to improve sense-making capabilities in police investigations and operations, the value proposition of intelligence analysis is also being tested at the same time.

This paper describes how the criminal intelligence analyst fraternity in the Singapore Police Force (SPF) has re-imagined its purpose through a successful renewal process; where human analysts are augmented by new technologies to move into delivering higher value-added criminal intelligence services and products. Through three broad themes – ‘reskilling’, ‘recruitment’ and ‘reorganisation’ – this paper will delve into the myriad challenges and opportunities that have emerged in the journey involving a strategic re-positioning of criminal intelligence analysts’ role in the SPF.

The SPF’s criminal intelligence analysts now explore new data sources, code in-house solutions, apply machine learning models, manage data operations, as well as generate actionable intelligence that assist key police stakeholders in combating new trends such as online fraud and scams. The experiences and lessons gained in this renewal process could be valuable to any police establishment. More importantly, the benefits of digital transformation can be maximised when one attempts to re-imagine its value proposition and improve competitive advantage within the organisation.

Business
Cyber
Data Analytics
Government
Technology
Tradecraft
Law enforcement

Quantum technologies have the potential to significantly transform many aspects of the intelligence profession in coming years. In an era of strategic competition and growing complexity, it is important to be able to adapt to the latest technology as quickly as possible However, in a field full of hype and jargon, it is difficult to understand what is actually happening, and what are the most significant risks and opportunities that we should be considering now.

In this paper we will discuss:

  • Quantum computing – what it is, the current maturity levels and the pathway to a truly useful quantum computer, and what such a computer would enable

  • The impact on encryption – one postulated use of a quantum computer is to break popular encryption methods, so how do these need to be adapted. In particular we will consider the recent deployment of “post-quantum encryption” by Apple and what can be learnt from this

  • Quantum communications – in theory this provides a way to send data with 100% confidence of knowing if someone has read the contents en route; however, how practical is this to actually implement, and what new problems might it create?

  • Quantum sensing – a new technology offers opportunities for much more sensitive detectors, for example of changes in gravitational or magnetic fields; however again we need to understand where they could enable whole new methods of data collection, and where other physical limits will still constrain our abilities.

The paper concludes by proposing a roadmap for action by the intelligence profession to ensure we are able to maximise the opportunities and mitigate the risks that this new technology offers.

Note: the presenter has a PhD in quantum physics, but promises to make the subject matter accessible to a non-technical audience and definitely no equations!

Academia
Business
Cyber
Defence
Finance
Government
Law enforcement
National Security
Policy
Regulatory
Risk
Security
Space
Technology
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16:05
Capability
Concurrent Session - Capability
Accountability
Concurrent Session - Accountability
Developing your Tradecraft
Concurrent Session - Developing your Tradecraft

The relationship between intelligence professionals and their ‘customers’ – policy makers, military planners, or law enforcement officers – is a critical but overlooked facet of intelligence activity. Many well cited intelligence failures are, in fact, policy failures stemming from a breakdown in trust in the intelligence community, or willing manipulation of intelligence to suit policy objectives. Intelligence professionals at all levels engage in relationship building to build trust, ensure that intelligence will impact decision making, and protect the integrity of intelligence analysis, and yet this function is an afterthought – or an entirely forgotten dimension – in intelligence training, workforce planning and organisational design.

This paper will argue that intelligence-policymaker relations should be elevated as a key facet of intelligence practice, and subject to greater focus in intelligence training and professional development. Furthermore, this paper will argue that failing to acknowledge ‘relationship building’ as a critical intelligence practice has significant impacts on workforce satisfaction, cohesion, and retention. The paper will analyse key research on intelligence-policymaker relationships across the field of Intelligence Studies to illustrate their significance, and offer practical steps for intelligence organisations.

Academia
National Security
Defence
Law enforcement
Policy
Risk
Security
Business
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16:40
Renewal
Concurrent Session - Renewal
Capability
Concurrent Session - Capability
Accountability
Concurrent Session - Accountability

Intelligence from the finance sector is useful for more than just fraud and corporate crime investigations.  This session will provide audience members with a ‘behind the curtain’ look at how major reporting entities undertake their work in order to deliver intelligence from the finance sector, which is ultimately consumed by law enforcement and intelligence agencies. 

Law enforcement
National Security
Tradecraft
Business
Data Analytics
Technology
Finance
Regulatory
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19:00
Pre-Dinner Drinks
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19:30
Conference Dinner
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08:00
Registration Open, Arrival Tea & Coffee
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08:45
MC Reflection
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09:00
Capability
Keynote Speaker - Capability
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09:40
Plenary Speaker
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10:20
Morning Tea
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10:40
Panel Session
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11:45

Delve into the transformative concept of decision intelligence (DI) and its pivotal role as the future of advanced analytics in law enforcement. Decision intelligence represents a holistic framework that harnesses the synergy of data, technology, and human expertise to elevate decision-making within police agencies.

Throughout the session, we will explore the essential elements of decision intelligence, including its integration of data fusion, machine learning,  and predictive analytics, to empower law enforcement agencies to optimize resource allocation, strategic planning, and operational tactics to increase overall departmental effectiveness.

Data Analytics
Defence
Government
Law enforcement
National Security
Technology
Finance
Renewal
OSINT in Action for Digital Footprinting at Scale
National Security
Defence
Government
Finance
Risk
Security
Technology
Tradecraft
Law enforcement
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12:10

There is an obvious tug of war between requirements for secrecy and transparency in intelligence, and this makes accountability in the profession a complex anatomy. Of course, when talking about accountability in intelligence, we are also talking about the perceived legitimacy of the profession being on the line. When legitimacy and accountability drop, so too does trust and confidence in assessments and decision making, which may result in strategic surprises, intelligence failures, and other unfortunate consequences. In a complex and rapidly evolving intelligence climate of threats, and in a seemingly busier time than ever, we will be exploring accountability to safeguard trust in intelligence and why it must underpin everything we do.

Integrity
Law enforcement
Security
Risk
Regulatory
National Security

In this presentation, the speaker shares findings and experiences from a physical security penetration test conducted on a major electrical Independent System Operator (ISO) in the United States. The operation demonstrated the effectiveness of social engineering and human intelligence (HUMINT) techniques in infiltrating critical infrastructure. The speaker successfully breached not only the entire C-suite with listening devices and key loggers but also managed to penetrate control and operating rooms in plain sight.

The successful penetration test provides several key lessons for the intelligence community and security professionals. It emphasises the critical role of human factors in physical security, highlighting the need for employee awareness and training beyond technological safeguards. The ease with which social engineering was employed to gain access stresses the importance of comprehensive training for staff at all levels. The operation also underlines the value of fostering a strong security culture within organisations, encouraging vigilance and proactive reporting of suspicious activities. The test shows the need for a multi-layered approach to security, including physical barriers, access controls, surveillance, and personnel training. Regular security assessments and penetration tests are crucial for identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in critical infrastructure. Sharing these insights aims to highlight the importance of a holistic approach to security and the need for continuous improvement in protecting critical infrastructure.

Business
National Security
Security
Tradecraft
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13:00
Conference Close
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13:30
Farewell Lunch
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Dr Phil Kowalick MAIPIO
President, Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO)

Phil is one of Australia's preeminent thought leaders in law enforcement, intelligence and national security.

For over 34 years in the Australian Federal Police, he played a key role in many of Australia's most important law enforcement programs and initiatives. He established multiagency intelligence capabilities in Australia's major airports; designed arrangements to set and manage Australia's counter terrorism priorities in the Counter Terrorism Control Centre; was instrumental in developing the Australian Criminal Intelligence Model; the strategic organisational design of the Australian Border Force; the Australian Federal Police, International Engagement 2020 and beyond; and the National Plan to Combat Cybercrime.

Phil is the President of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers and a member of the School of Justice Advisory Committee at the Queensland University of Technology.

Mark Jenkins APM
Retired Assistant Commissioner of NSW Police | Former Commander of State Intelligence and State Crime Command, Cellebrite | Senior Advisor

Former Assistant Commissioner Mark Jenkins is an experienced Senior Executive who has led New South Wales Police Force specialist tactical, operational and strategic intelligence capability. He held the position of Deputy Chair of the National Criminal Intelligence Capability Committee which led the coordination of law enforcement and security intelligence for the Commonwealth. He has extensive Senior Executive experience in the management of serious and organised crime investigation and Human Resource Management.

He was the ex-Commander of State Crime Command, leading the NSWPF serious and organised crime investigative capability. He chaired the National Serious and Organised Crime Co-ordination Committee which leads the national law enforcement response to serious and organised crime and has also held the role of the NSWPF Counter Terrorism Coordination Command leading CT investigative, CT intelligence and protection functions for the NSWPF.

Mr Jenkins has a Masters of Public Policy from Charles Sturt University and was awarded the Australian Police Medal in the 2008 Australia Day Honours.

Simon Brown
Head of Cyber Strategy & Advice, Westpac

Simon is the Head of Cyber Strategy and Advice for the Westpac Group. In this role he is accountable for the cybersecurity strategy for the Group, its operating model for cybersecurity, and embedding cybersecurity across the broader Group.

Simon has about twenty years’ experience in cybersecurity – across a broad range of sub-fields including security engineering, ops, architecture, red teaming and research – and in technology strategy. He holds an MBA from MGSM and a BSc. (Hons) from UNSW.

Helen McGarry
Executive Manager, Intelligence Predictive Services State Operations Directorate, Queensland Fire Department

Helen McGarry, a seasoned intelligence professional, has an extensive career that spans multiple Intelligence agencies and disciplines across Australia, the UK, Europe, the Balkans, and the Middle East. Her wealth of experience positions her as a respected leader in the field.

In her current role as the Executive Manager of Intelligence and Predictive Services within the State Operations Directorate at the Queensland Fire Department (QFD), Helen is entrusted with the critical responsibility of overseeing the development, design, implementation, and leadership of the intelligence and predictions capability. This multifaceted role covers strategic, operational, and tactical domains related to Incident and Disaster Management.

Helen has demonstrated remarkable achievements in identifying and resolving critical organisational intelligence capability gaps. Her exceptional contributions were formally recognized by the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO), which bestowed upon her the prestigious AIPIO Individual Award (2020/21). This award acknowledges her distinguished impact on the Australasian intelligence profession.

Helen has an impressive track record, having served in numerous military operational tours as an Intelligence Officer with both the British Army and the Australian Defence Force.

Major General (Retd) Ben Kite OBE
Senior Defence and Intelligence Adviser, Kearney

Ben Kite was commissioned into the British Army’s Intelligence Corps in 1990, retiring in 2022 as a Major General. During his thirty-two year career he worked on intelligence, Security and Cyber issues both in the UK as well on deployments to Germany, the United States, Belize, Bosnia, Kosovo, South Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan. His last role was as Director Intelligence Interoperability in Defence Intelligence where he led the creation and implementation of Defence’s first Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance strategy and managed International Intelligence engagement, as well as interoperability with the Royal Navy, Royal Air Force and Army.

Ben is currently working as a senior Defence, Intelligence and Security adviser for Kearney and primarily employed in the Middle East. He studies military history in his spare time and has published three books on the Second World War, as well as being elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is also an honorary Professor at Brunel University, supporting their post-graduate Intelligence and Security Studies programme.

Dr Diana Tolmie
Senior Lecturer, Professional Practice, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University

Dr Diana Tolmie is Senior Lecturer of Professional Practice at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, D’Addario International Artist, and Chair of the Juror Council for the Australian Women in Music Awards.

Passionately teaching and researching performance, pedagogy, musicians’ health and vocational preparation, her ongoing nation-wide investigation in the Transferable Skills of Musicians has seen her deliver a TEDx talk and guest on ABC radio discussing the need for quality music education in schools.

Her teaching excellence has been nationally recognised by: a University Australia Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning (2018), a 2021 Australian Universities Award for Teaching Excellence (Creative Arts) - the most recognised national teaching award in her field, and more recently the 2023 AFR Higher Education (Employability) Award. She continues to lead an exciting life as a freelance woodwind specialist in a multitude of genres, performing in countless interstate and international tours, plus appearing in live radio and television broadcasts as performer and speaker.

Beulah Davies
A/State Manager Intelligence, Queensland Corrective Services

Beulah has 16 years of experience working in intelligence across both law enforcement, integrity and correctional agencies. She specialises in capability development and training, focusing on enhancing the skills and tools of intelligence teams to improve their effectiveness. Throughout her career, Beulah has played a key role in strategic planning, operational management, and the development of innovative methodologies to address complex challenges within the intelligence field. She is trained in human behaviour DISC profiling methodology assessment, which she initially applied in her role as an intelligence practitioner, which now enables her to understand and manage team dynamics effectively in senior leadership roles. 

Daniel Bartlett
Project Manager, Queensland Corrective Services

Dan’s interests are primarily in getting good outcomes for people and communities, which has seen him enjoy a career across industry, local government, education, health, and justice sectors. He enjoys most the opportunity to engage with people and understand the drivers in organisations which lead to great culture and therefore great outcomes.

Dan brings together people, information, and processes toward a position of understanding and mutual respect, leading to higher levels of organisational performance and improved project leadership. This is of particular interest to him in the human services sector, where decisions often need to be evidence based, risk aware and human focused, balancing core compliance imperatives with the lens of humanity and the impact on those affected.

Leah Pinto
Intelligence Engagement Lead, CyberCX

Leah is an accomplished intelligence professional with over 13 years’ experience building intelligence teams and helping organisations leverage intelligence to inform decision-making in public and private contexts. Her experience encompasses intelligence across government and law enforcement, including at NSW Police Force where she spent many years working in serious and organised crime intelligence at State Crime Command and State Intelligence Command. In addition to her law enforcement and government experience, Leah also led the Cyber Threat Intelligence capability for AUNZ at a global consulting firm through strategy and service offering development, service delivery, client liaison, and product development.

Dr Susan McGinty
CEO, Aya Leadership

Dr Susan McGinty is the CEO and Founder of Aya Leadership and a Board Member of Women in STEM Leadership (US). She is an award-winning scientist and global STEM leadership development expert, speaker and author, who is inspired to transform the profile of leadership in STEM and Security to achieve innovation sustainability, uplift women into leadership roles, and enable diversity and equity in STEM and Security. Susan was awarded the 2023 Women in STEM Leadership Leader of the Year Award for her work supporting the leadership development of women in STEM globally.

Susan is a specialised leadership development partner for STEM and Security organisations that prioritise diversity. She works with organisations to develop sustainable and diverse leadership pipelines as a foundation for business sustainability, growth, and innovation. She works with leaders globally to strengthen their leadership skills and develop high-performing and resilient teams and organisations. Her thought leadership and tailored leadership programs have global impact.

Susan has a PhD in Medicinal & Organic Chemistry, a Master of Leadership, and 25 years’ experience in STEM, Defence, Intelligence and National Security, and STEM leadership development. She is a partner of Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO) and Australian Women in Security Network (AWSN).

Martin Dubbey
Managing Director, Harod

Martin spent 30 years with UK law enforcement up until October 2010 spending his final 7 years as the Head of Cocaine Intelligence for HM Customs and the UK’s Serious Crime Agency  (now National Crime Agency). Most of that time was spent in a range of operational and intelligence roles. He was responsible for drugs intelligence and the co-ordination of various organised crime control strategy programmes, including UK and European threat assessments. His career included being based in Miami, Florida, as the UK Drug Liaison officer.

Martin moved on to become the founder of Harod, which, for the past 10 years, has been involved in the private sector  investigating commercial fraud, corruption and asset tracing work. In the past 5 years, Harod investigators and this technology has helped identify over USD 2 billion of hidden assets.

Harod has also developed an extensive sport crime portfolio. Martin was engaged as the Chief Investigator into the Russian doping scandals at the Sochi Olympic Games and corruption enquiries within International Weightlifting and International Boxing.

He has an MSc in International Criminal Justice degree and is a member of the FBI Leadership Development Executive Program. He has been awarded the US International Narcotics Award of Honor.

Donald S. Williams CPP ASecM
Managing Director, Layer 3 Services

Don Williams holds qualifications in Security Management, Security Risk Management as well as Project and Resource Management. He is a Certified Protection Professional and a member of ASIS-International, the Institute of Explosive Engineers, the International Association of Bomb Technicians and Investigators (Distinguished Life Member), and the International Association of Protective Structures.

He served at the Australian Bomb Data Centre and was the Strategic Bomb Risk and Intelligence Officer for the 2000 Olympics and Paralympics for which he was awarded the Olympic Order of Merit. He has authored over 150 publications. He was awarded the Australian Security Medal by his peers for services to the profession. Don can be contacted on dsw57@internode.on.net

Brett Peppler FAIPIO (Life) FISRM
Managing Director, Intelligent Futures

Brett is the Managing Director of Intelligent Futures Pty Ltd (www.ifutures.com.au) – a specialist management consultancy providing intelligence-led approaches for strategic planning. 

Brett has over 45 years’ experience as a professional intelligence officer, including appointments across multiple domains of intelligence practice in Australia and overseas. 

Brett has made a significant contribution as a thought leader in intelligence studies, developing scholarly articles and addressing national and international intelligence conferences. 

Brett is a Fellow, Past President, and Life Member of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO), a Fellow of the Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM), a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD), a Member and former Board Member of the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE), a Security Risk Management Certified Professional (SRMCP), and an Adjunct Fellow at Macquarie University.

Detective Acting Chief Superintendent (Intelligence) Colin Briggs
Crime & Intelligence Command, Queensland Police Service

Detective Acting Chief Superintendent Colin Briggs commenced with the Queensland Police Service (QPS) in January 1989 and has performed a variety of investigative and intelligence roles over the past 35 years.

Whilst working as a Detective Inspector within the Security Intelligence Branch, he led the development and implementation of the Queensland Fixated Threat Assessment Centre, a joint Queensland Police Service / Forensic Mental Health Service initiative which received the Gold Award for innovation at the Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards. In 2017, he undertook a secondment to the Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet where he performed work as an adviser in the Centre for Counter-Terrorism Coordination, leading the review and development of Australia’s National Counter-Terrorism Plan.

More recently, he has performed the role of Chief Superintendent for Intelligence, where he has had responsibility for leading the QPS Intelligence capability assessment and uplift project, with the aim of delivering an enhanced intelligence capability for the QPS.

Superintendent Briggs has a Bachelor of Psychology and has attained post graduate qualifications in Applied Management in Policing.

Sergeant Stuart Meiklejohn
Sergeant | Facilitator – Intelligence and Specialist Skills Section, Queensland Police Academy

Stuart Meiklejohn is a Sergeant with the Queensland Police Service with 21 years’ experience in policing. Stuart has 14 years’ experience working as an Intelligence Officer split between District Intelligence and Security Intelligence. He is currently a facilitator with Intelligence and Specialist Skills Section. Stuart has provided intelligence support for range of criminal and security operations including G20, Commonwealth Games, COVID, dignitary visits and major events. Stuart holds a BA (Anthropology) and Grad Cert Env Mng. In his current role Stuart facilitates and mentors QPS staff across the state to develop the intelligence capability of QPS, specialising in teaching Threat and Risk concepts, and is qualified as an assessor for the Advanced Diploma of Police Intelligence Operations. Stuart is passionate about developing quality intelligence officers to further enhance intelligence as a profession.

Emerald Sage
Head Intelligence Services, OSINT Combine

Emerald is Head of OSINT Combine's Intelligence Services. With over a decade spent in Australian Federal Government security and intelligence, and a degree in counter terrorism studies, Emerald has a deep understanding of the value OSINT and other counter-operational measures offer to national security. Her extensive list of threat programs managed includes counter terrorism, counterintelligence, cyber security and insider threats. After 15 years in the intelligence industry , she remains a passionate member of the community, mentoring young OSINT professionals and contributing to shared industry knowledge at events and meetups.

Glenn Rowe
Manager Counter Fraud & Investigations, RACQ

Glenn Rowe brings over 25 years of experience in the Financial Services sector, specialising in fraud investigation and prevention. Currently, he leads the Counter Fraud and Investigations team at RACQ Insurance, where he has significantly improved fraud detection across the business through the implementation of intelligence-led technologies. Previously, Glenn held key positions including chairing the Insurance Fraud & Financial Crime Committee at the Insurance Fraud Bureau of Australia and the Cyber Insurance Fraud Taskforce in the UK.

He has collaborated with British Aerospace on advanced fraud detection systems and played a crucial role in developing industry-wide databases for fraud prevention, such as the Insurance Fraud Register. His leadership and strategic thinking have made a substantial impact in combating insurance fraud on a global scale, making him a prominent figure in the field.

Andre Harrington MAIPIO, MACS
Consultant

Andre Harrington is a recent entrant to the security sector. He is an experienced Information and Communication Technology (ICT) professional and holds current postgraduate academic qualifications in the fields of Criminology, Cyber Security, and Intelligence Analysis. Andre is also currently completing a Master of Intelligence Analysis at Charles Sturt University. One of his goals in the Intelligence sector is to encourage the adoption of structured and innovative Intelligence practices in the private sector.

Glenn Maiden
Director Threat Intelligence, FortiGuard Labs Australia & New Zealand

Glenn Maiden is the Director of Threat Intelligence Operations at Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs Australia and New Zealand. Using millions of global network sensors, FortiGuard Labs monitors the worldwide attack surface and employs artificial intelligence (AI) to mine that data for new threats, ensuring you are prepared for what's coming. Glenn’srole with FortiGuardLabs focuses on identifying and sharing threat intelligence to help organisations protect against current and emerging threats. Glenn has more than 25 years’ experience in different roles across the technology sector with a solid background in defence, intelligence, national security, and government affairs.

Professional memberships/certifications:

  • Degree in Science (ICT)

  • Degree in Business (Management)

  • Diploma in Security and Risk Management

  • Diploma in Project Management

  • Oceania Cybersecurity Centre, member of the board of advisors

  • Australian Information Security Association, organising committee

  • Member Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Professor Matthew Warren
Director of RMIT Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation, RMIT University

Professor Matthew Warren is the Director of the RMIT University Centre of Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CCSRI) and a Professor of Cyber Security at RMIT University, Australia. he is the co-director of the Australian-Lithuanian Cyber Research network.

Professor Warren is a researcher in the area of Cyber Security and Information Warfare. He has also attracted research funding from numerous sources, including the Australian Research Council (ARC), Australian Government (ASD, DFAT, DOD, DOE, DISR, TEQSA), EPSRC funding from the UK, European Union Research funding, Research Council of Lithuania funding and funding from the South African National Research Foundation. He has authored and co-authored over 300 books, book chapters, journal papers and conference papers.

In recognition of Professor Warren's contribution to Cyber Security. Professor Warren has been twice awarded the 'Cyber Security Researcher of the Year Award' by AISA (Australian Information Security Association) as an individual researcher also part of a research team. He is also a recipient of an ACS (Australian Computer Society) President Award for his Cyber Security contribution. Professor Warren is a Fellow of the Australian Computer Society (ACS) and a Fellow of the Australian Information Security Association (AISA).

Jacqui Jordan
Founder and Executive Coach, Jacqui Jordan Executive Coaching

Jacqui has worked in various senior strategic executive roles over the last 20 years, specialising in corporate and customer strategy and business model innovation. It was the experience of learning how to adapt and thrive in these complex and dynamic environments that led Jacqui to begin studying and practising as a coach in 2012. 

Jacqui works with future focused leaders who are passionate advocates for positive and purposeful change within their organisations. In recent years, she has worked with individuals and teams across a variety of industries including, pharmaceuticals, insurance, banking, telecommunications, professional services, energy and utilities, aged care, and education. 

Jacqui’s coaching practice is complemented by her work as Strategy Consultant and Board Advisor in two different emerging companies that both deliver positive and purposeful B2B Artificial Intelligence solutions.  Her areas of interest and experience include user-based design, strategic innovation,  business model innovation, decision making and organisational complexity.

Jacqui’s coaching approach is influenced by her career in strategy and design, complemented by her knowledge and application of leadership and coaching tools and frameworks.

Tahli Blicblau
Director Strategic Intelligence & Capabilities, NSW Crime Commission

Tahli has worked as an intelligence professional since 2006 and has been employed at the NSW Crime Commission since 2010. In her current role as Director Strategic Intelligence & Capabilities, Tahli pioneered the establishment of new Strategic Intelligence and Data Analytics units. She also leads the Commission’s covert intelligence functions including telecommunications interception, technical operations and HUMINT. Tahli has a Bachelor of Arts/Laws (hons) from the University of Sydney and a Masters of Countering Organised Crime and Terrorism from University College London.

Ng Zhi Yong
Analyst, Singapore Police Force

Zhi Yong joined the Police Intelligence Department, Singapore Police Force as an analyst after obtaining a First Class Honours in Social Sciences (Sociology) from the National University of Singapore in 2015. Partaking actively in both strategic intelligence and crime pattern analyses throughout the course of his career, he was also previously involved in an inter-ministry committee that was set up in Singapore to develop strategies to deter and prevent online scams. Having spoken at numerous local and international law enforcement-related forums that delve into cybercrime, one of his key research interests lies in studying the impact of technological developments on the criminal landscape.

Rajiv Shah
Managing Director, MDR Security

Rajiv Shah is an experienced consultant and thought leader with over 25 years experience in cyber security, quantum technology, telecommunications, AI and cloud. He has held a broad range of senior industry executive roles, including as Australian regional director for the cyber security division of BAE Systems. As Managing Director of MDR Security, he delivers strategic consulting services to Government and other clients, helping them to understand technology, and use it securely to deliver genuine business benefit. Rajiv is also a Fellow of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, having published a number of papers on technology strategy and policy, and is a regular speaker at industry conferences and a contributor to industry publications.

He has experience of working in the UK and the US, and since 2011 has been based in Canberra, Australia. Before joining the commercial world, Rajiv completed a PhD in quantum physics and retains a keen interest in mathematics and science.

James Ellis-Smith
Research Candidate, Australian National University

James Ellis-Smith is a seasoned intelligence professional with over two decades of experience in the military, national intelligence community, and commercial roles. With operational deployments in Afghanistan, Timor Leste, and Iraq, James has fulfilled leadership and strategic planning roles in a range of high-stakes environments. James has been a key figure in intelligence reform within the Australian Defence Force, most notably within Joint Operations Command and the Army. James is currently a consultant specialising in intelligence planning, commercial intelligence, and counter-foreign interference.

Alongside consultancy work, James is a PhD research candidate with the Australian National University. James’s area of focus is Intelligence Studies. His research project – Cooperation, Competition and Domination: Military Intelligence as a Social Practice – explores the practical ways intelligence officers work with commanders and operations staff in complex, high stakes environments.

Todd Harland CAMS
CEO, AML Solutions International

Todd Harland is the CEO of consulting firm, AML Solutions International which, for the past 10 years has provided specialty compliance, advisory and training services to Australian businesses and technical assistance and training to law enforcement and intelligence agencies in developing nations throughout Africa and the Middle East. 

Todds career in the AML/CTF world, started with his time at AUSTRAC as the Manager for Tactical Intelligence for Qld, SA, WA & ACT. He was previously a Sergeant of police with the Queensland Police for 15 years.  With the advent of COVID 19, Todd commenced work with Heritage Bank and in 2022 commenced with the Star Entertainment Group.  Up until this year, Todd was on the Board of the Australasian Chapter of ACAMS and co-chair of the Environmental Crimes Task Force.  He is also a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist.

Mark Massop
Vice President, Sales, NEXYTE North America, Cognyte

Mark Massop began his career in law enforcement upon graduating from the Kansas City Regional Police Academy in 1988. In 1998, the Midwest High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) established an Investigative Support Center in Kansas City where Mark was assigned as an Intelligence Analyst. In 2000, he was selected as the Outstanding Intelligence Analyst of the Year for the Midwest HIDTA. The same year the Office of the National Drug Control Policy selected Mark Massop as the Outstanding Intelligence Analyst for all of the HIDTA programs. In 2002, he returned to the Independence Police Department where he brought the agency’s intelligence unit into compliance with both CALEA standards and 28 CFR Part 23. During his tenure with the Police Department, Mark Massop received two awards for Valor from the Kansas City Metropolitan Police Chiefs and Sheriffs Association. He was also recognized by the Drug Enforcement Administration for Outstanding Contributions in the Field of Drug Investigations.

Mark Massop joined the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) in 1998. In 2001, he was elected as the President of the Mid-States Chapter of IALEIA. From 2004 through 2009, Mark served on the IALEIA Board of Directors as the Chapter Director. Mark served as Vice President; a role he was elected to in 2015 for a two-year term and re-elected again for another two year term in 2017. He currently continues to serve the organization as a member of the Executive Advisory Board.

Mark retired in 2004 and moved to the technology industry with focus on solutions for Law Enforcement. Over the past 20 years, he has served the community by delivering best of breed technology to support the LE mission. He currently serves as Vice President, Sales, NEXYTE North America.

Adam Carey
Account Executive - APAC, Fivecast

Adam is an experienced strategy and business development executive focused on enabling national security agencies across the Asia-Pacific region to understand and address the threat environment they operate in. Prior to joining the technology sector, Adam gained almost 30 years’ government experience in intelligence collection, analysis and management roles with the Department of Defence, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service and the Department of Home Affairs.

Mitch Green
Assistant Director, Intelligence, Australian Skills Quality Authority

Mitch Green is an Assistant Director of Intelligence with the Australian Skills Quality Authority and has worked in diverse intelligence functions across various government agencies over the last four years.

Mitch holds a Bachelor Degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice and is experienced in producing tactical, operational and strategic intelligence assessments in the criminal and regulatory intelligence domains. He has also worked in the fraud and corruption and trusted insider threat space. Mitch is an integrationist who considers himself a bit of a nerd, dedicating his spare time reading in the disciplines of sociology, neuroscience, psychology, anthropology and criminology.

He enjoys the philosophy and theory underpinning intelligence analysis and is committed to the profession and supporting and learning from prospective and current practitioners.  

Hayley Van Loon MAIPIO, CSM, CCAP
CEO/Founder, Magnolia Intelligence and Head of Harod APAC

Hayley Van Loon, CEO and founder of Magnolia Intelligence, also serves as Deputy CEO at Crime Stoppers International. With nearly two decades of experience spanning Australia, the USA, and global arenas, she has held diverse roles ranging from the Australian government to leadership positions in private intelligence firms. Certified as a CARVER Assessment Professional, Hayley brings a wealth of expertise in agile leadership, target analysis, and intelligence operations.

Hayley has collaborated with a wide range of entities, including Fortune 500 companies, medical marijuana facilities, critical infrastructure organisations, schools, universities, and innovative start-ups. Her contributions have been particularly meaningful in sectors such as biotechnology during the challenging COVID-19 pandemic, where she provided vital support to the biotechnology and life sciences sector. Leveraging her extensive private sector experience, she offers valuable insights into global leadership, intelligence operations, and strategic collaboration.

Hayley has recently been appointed as the Head of Harod APAC, where she will bring Harod's world-leading expertise and technology in intelligence to Australia. Harod is a trusted partner to leading corporations, law firms, private individuals, and sports federations. Their investigative role in uncovering allegations of state involvement in cheating and corruption during the Sochi Olympics solidified their reputation. All Harod's investigators are supported by cutting-edge forensic cyber techniques, whistleblowing, and human intelligence (HUMINT).

By introducing Harod's unparalleled investigative capabilities to Australia, Hayley will elevate the standards of intelligence services in the region. Her focus will be on fostering strong partnerships and delivering high-quality, bespoke solutions to clients across various sectors. Through Harod, Hayley aims to provide clients with a trusted and strategic ally in navigating complex challenges, enhancing their operational resilience, and securing their success.

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