Invitation To Panel Discussion And Networking Session With Ambassador Brendan Dowling

Panel Discussion And Networking Session With Ambassador Brendan Dowling

The Faculty of Computing and Information Systems (FoCIS) in collaboration with the Australian High Commission, cordially invites the University Community to a panel discussion and Networking Session on the topic ‘Cyber Preparedness in the 4/5th Industrial Revolutions: A Gender-Based Perspective.’

The event is scheduled as follows:

Date: Friday, 1st December 2023
Venue: Florence Onny Auditorium
Time: 11:00 am 

The panel discussion will feature esteemed guests, including Ambassador Brendan Dowling, who serves as the Ambassador for Cyber Affairs and Critical Technology for the Australian Government.

Guest Speaker Profile:

Ambassador Brendan Dowling has a distinguished career in cyber affairs, recently serving as the First Assistant Secretary at the Cyber and Critical Technology Coordination Centre within the Department of Home Affairs. With extensive experience, he has played a key role in Australia’s diplomatic missions, including a senior position at the Embassy in the United States. Ambassador Dowling plays a critical role in shaping Australia’s Cyber Security Strategy (2023-2030), contributing to the nation’s position as a trusted and influential global leader in cybersecurity.

This is a unique opportunity for our University Community to gain valuable insights into Australia’s cybersecurity initiatives and to engage with experts in the field.

We encourage you to attend this informative and enriching event. Please find attached the running order for the panel discussion.

We look forward to your active participation

Issued by University Relations Directorate
Thursday November 30, 2023