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6th Annual Police Technology Forum

Australia’s premier law enforcement technology and networking event showcases the latest capabilities that are being trialed and developed to enable our police forces to become more effective and efficient in the face of increasingly sophisticated organised crime.

27-28 March 2018 | Hyatt Hotel, Canberra

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overview

Australia’s premier law enforcement technology and networking event will convene for its sixth year on 21st-22nd March 2018 in Canberra. The event will showcase the latest capabilities that are being trialed and developed to enable our police forces to become more effective and efficient in the face of increasingly sophisticated organised crime.

PoliceTech2018 will bring together government officials, senior officers, technology manufacturers, crime & justice commissions, national security & intelligence agencies, trade associations, prominent academics & industry experts and will have a theme and focus on ‘Deploying next generation police mobility’.

The event will showcase the latest capabilities that are being trailed and developed to enable our police forces to become more effective and efficient in the face of increasingly sophisticated and organised crime. The forum will examine emerging technologies, information security, capability development, artificial intelligence, communications systems, tactical surveillance, biometrics, cybercrime, Big Data, counter-terrorism and strategic innovations in law enforcement readiness.

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agenda

CYBERCRIME

9:00 am

Opening remarks from the Chair

9:10 am

  • Australia’s cyber policy vision, interest and objectives
  • The role of police in enforcing cyber policy directives
  • Opportunities, challenges and key implications for law enforcement

9:50 am

How our national cyber security strategy is evolving to meet the cybercrime threat to Australia

Brad Fallen, Director Cyber Policy, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

10:20 am

10:50 am

Network and refreshment break

11:20 am

  • What role can technology take in enhancing engagement?
  • How can cybercrime engagement between law enforcement agencies be improved?
  • What are the security risks of managing cyber policy across multiple departments?

12:20 pm

Lunch and networking break

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

1:20 pm

  • Review of recent cyber incidents
  • How they are being perpetrated against business, government and individuals
  • What the future may look like

1:50 pm

Legal and technical dimensions regarding government use of network investigative techniques (NITs) / computer network operations (CNOs).

2:20 pm

Networking and refreshment break

2:50 pm

  • Enhancing community relationships while reducing reliance on police
  • Unlocking the power of Data Network Effects for crime prevention
  • Connecting the dots across new data sources to solve serious crimes

3:20 pm

  • Assess the credibility of the claims made by suppliers of biometrics
  • Surveillance technologies, drones, data analytics, AI/ML and robots
  • Evaluate the operational implications of errors and inaccuracies
  • Consider the impacts on the public’s respect for law enforcement

3:50 pm

  • What critical impacts will AI have on judicial decision making?
  • What will the future police force look like alongside robots?
  • How will our laws need to change and evolve with the AI paradigm?
  • What role can the private sector take in working with police?

4:50 pm

Closing remarks from the Chair

5:00 pm

Networking Drinks

9:00 am

Opening remarks from the Chair

9:50 am

  • Defence capability development
  • Implications to law enforcement
  • International engagement with US, UK and Canada

10:20 am

  • Applying context and automation to make sense of data
  • Achieving better outcomes by combining artificial and human intelligence
  • Protecting your innovation investments for future success

10:50 am

Network and refreshment break

11:20 am

  • Balancing budgets with technology strategy
  • Interagency collaboration, communication & co-ordination
  • Positioning Australia as a world leader in police capability development

12:20 pm

Lunch and networking break

1:20 pm

1:50 pm

An exploration of police innovation and technology planning. This session will explore the dilemmas and challenges of strategically managing technology investments to achieve innovation in policing.

2:20 pm

Networking and refreshment break

PREDICTIVE POLICING

2:50 pm

How technology is driving biometrics capability development in the border force

Paul Cross, Assistant Secretary, Identity Biometrics Capability Branch, Department of Immigration and Border Protection

3:20 pm

  • How big data, deep learning and narrative visualisation can help investigators and intelligence analysts
  • The use of data analytics for monitoring progression to extremism
  • Dealing with the information overload within large investigations
  • Effectively communicating the story behind an investigation

3:50 pm

Closing remarks from the Chair

4:00 pm

End of Conference

pricing

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Event pricing

  • Super Early Bird Rate – Expires 31 December 2017
    Standard: $2,095 + GST, Use code P18K06SEB when booking
    Police force, Govt & NFP rate: $1,395 + GST, Use code P18K06SEB when booking
  • Early Bird Rate – Expires 28 February 2018
    Standard: $2,295 + GST
    Police force, Govt & NFP rate: $1,595 + GST
  • Standard registration pricing – From 01 March 2018
    Standard: $2,495 + GST
    Police force, Govt & NFP rate: $1,795 + GST

speakers

Dr Tobias Feakin

Ambassador for Cyber Affairs, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Brad Fallen

Director Cyber Policy, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

Leanne Fry

Chief Innovation Officer, AUSTRAC

Alex Taverner

Head of Cyber Services, Commercial Solutions, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence

Dr Adam Molnar

Lecturer, Deakin University

Phil Thomson

CEO, Auror

Dr Roger Clarke

Principal, Xamax Consultancy, Visiting Professor in Computer Science, Australian National University

Assistant Commissioner Jack Blayney APM

Chief Information Officer, Victoria Police

Dr Richard Davis

Chief Technology Officer National Security. DST Group

Graeme Stanley

Innovation Director, Motorola Solutions

Dr Reece Clothier

Principal Researcher, Autonomous Systems, Boeing Research & Technology, President, Australian Association for Unmanned Systems

Dr John Coyne

Head of Border Security Program, Australian Strategic Policy Institute

Paul Cross

Assistant Secretary, Identity Biometrics Capability Branch, Department of Immigration and Border Protection

Brenton Cooper

Chief Technology Officer, Data to Decisions CRC

when & where

27 - 28 Mar 2018

Hyatt Hotel, Canberra
120 Commonwealth Ave
Yarralumla ACT 2600
02 6270 1234
www.hyatt.com

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Andrew.Sinkovich@informa.com.au
+61 (02) 9080 4008

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