· Morning Networking Session, including lunch = $50
· Full Day Golf & Networking, including dinner = $130
· Morning Networking Session, including lunch = $75
· Full Day Golf & Networking, including dinner = $195
We have planned to have the 2 session day full of Defence Briefings and Networking opportunities on Friday the 25th of June.
Defence Networking Events are critical to your progress in the Defence Industry.
This event brings people together from all around Australia for a fantastic day of networking set amongst an amazing backdrop with morning tea and lunch briefings, as well as a golf competition and then a dinner networking session as well.
You can book in for the full day or join for a half day... but it is an event not to be missed!
Speakers and sponsors are being coordinated now with some very senior stakeholders in Government, Defence and Industry Primes who will provide updates for the year ahead.
We understand that Golf is not everyone's "cup of tea", however the focus is not on golf - but on the networking that happens in the other 6 hours and also the 4 hours on the golf course.
The golf competition is an Ambrose competition, which is played in such a way that all skill levels are catered for and everyone has fun (even if you really can't hit a golf ball!).
Medway Golf Club, 57 Omar Street, Maidstone VIC 3012
Friday 25th June 2021
8:30am - 7pm
Minister for Defence Industry Melissa Price launched the Working Securely with Defence guide alongside Australian Industry Group national president Chris Jenkins on February 22nd.
It was jointly developed by Defence, AiGroup, the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) over the past 12 months.
The need to make more businesses ‘Defence-ready’ is underlined by the Morrison Government’s commitment of $15 billion to cyber and information warfare capabilities over the coming decade.
Minister Price said the Working Securely with Defence guide complements her ‘five pillars’ approach to supporting Australian businesses by improving the way Defence communicates and does business with industry in relation to its security obligations.
About 40 per cent of businesses that apply to win Defence work have insufficient cyber security measures to meet Defence’s standards.
The percentage of businesses missing out on Defence work due to insufficient security measures has already prompted Defence to focus on providing support to applicants to improve their cyber security.
This new guide (attachment below) will help industry overcome those issues to become ‘Defence-ready’, in turn supporting the Government’s $270 billion investment in Defence capability over the next decade.
Event with CDIC