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We need to be concerned about coordinated attacks – Lofty Perch

"We need to be concerned about coordinated attacks," says Mark Fabro, President Chief Security Officer at Lofty Perch. We had a chance to interview Mark Fabro at SCADA Conference 2010 and asked him these questions. [youtube=] 1. Stuxnet hit the headlines in 2010 and altered SCADA security across the globe. What key lessons were learned?…

14 Oct 2011, by Test1 Test1


UK Disability Services: From State Provision to Independent ‘For Profit’ Provision

Angela Gifford gave the key note address at the 2nd Annual National Disability Summit. She spoke on the policy and regulatory changes in the United Kingdom to support greater private provision of care services and the benefits this had delivered for those needing care. Click here to read the presentation and paper.    

11 Oct 2011, by Test1 Test1


Productive Ward Conference 2011

In conjunction with the NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement, we'd like to present The Productive Ward Conference 2011. This conference has been born out of the feedback of several of our health events. The Productive Ward Series and Programme has been developed in the UK by the National Health Service and has been rolled…

11 Oct 2011, by Test1 Test1

Transport & Logistics

Motorists should pay ‘per peak kilometre’

Motorists should be taxed for every kilometre they drive in peak hour, a transport expert says. Professor David Hensher, director of the Institute of Transport and Logistic Studies at the University of Sydney, will be a key speaker at the NSW Transport Infrastructure Summit in Sydney on Wednesday. He'll join NRMA director David Bentham and…

5 Oct 2011, by Test1 Test1

Transport & Logistics

Regional Ports 2011 – Part 1: A princess and a seal

Regional Ports 2011 – Highlight summary – PART 1 Showcasing the latest port developments that drive regional ports, Regional Ports 2011 , proudly hosted by Tasports, continued the tradition of bringing together key decision makers and stakeholders to discuss the current issues impacting the health of our regional commercial trading ports and the well-being of…

22 Sep 2011, by Test1 Test1

Transport & Logistics

QLD Transport Infrastructure: Part 2

A day of industry champions Day Two of Informa's Queensland Transport Infrastructure Summit provided a look at the Federal Government’s role in freight and transport planning; developments towards integrated freight and intelligent transport; a look at where the money comes from and project updates from the airport, port and rail industries. It was a day…

21 Sep 2011, by Test1 Test1


Australia’s white hot smartphone revolution

Australia is leading the way with people using smartphones for mobile banking, but is limited by its poor network and speed at which it gets new technology compared to other countries.The Digital Money Summit happening on the 28-29 Nov 2011 in Sydney will explore the existing pros and cons for Australia developing its contactless payment methods.…

14 Sep 2011, by Test1 Test1


Food safety rating system to be voluntary

John Kaye, Greens NSW Member of Parliament, mentioned in the article below will be speaking on "How will cost implications of the carbon tax impact on food products" at the upcoming 13th annual Food Regulations and Labelling Standards conference on the 9-10 November 2011 in Sydney. *** THE NSW government will introduce a statewide ''scores…

7 Sep 2011, by Test1 Test1


Adelaide shows off Australia’s first 5 Green Star hospital

Kriston Symons, Building Engineering - Group Leader of AECOM will be discussing this project in our upcoming 14th annual Healthcare Facilities Planning and Design Summit on the 27-28 September 2011 in Sydney. ______________________________________________________________________________ Adelaide’s redeveloped Flinders Medical Centre has become the country’s first hospital project to receive a 5 Star Green Star rating. The hospital’s…

5 Sep 2011, by Test1 Test1

Defence & Security

Defence companies share $14m for skills

A group of defence and related companies will share $14 million to boost the skills of their workforce. Defence Materiel Minister Jason Clare said that included up to $1.4 million to support approximately 250 apprentices in aerospace, engineering fabrication and electro-technology. "Like a lot of sectors in the economy, defence companies are competing with the…

2 Sep 2011, by Test1 Test1
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