The digital transformation of Australia’s government has elevated cybersecurity to the top levels of government, particularly as government bodies work to fight the risks of today’s increasingly complex geopolitical environment.
As the newly elected government builds on the foundation established to date, integrating security into every aspect of digital service delivery will be of critical importance.
That’s why the Australian Information Security Association (AISA) is partnering with Executive Media Pty Ltd to launch secureGOV – a high-quality print and digital publication focused on government adoption of secure practices and technologies.
Government IT budgets represent a major opportunity for service providers and integrators, with Australian government bodies having been projected to spend $15.5 billion on IT services, software and related infrastructure in 2022.
Every project will involve a security element – and secureGOV will be there, with a government-technology focus that will make it a significant addition to AISA’s portfolio of publications, which includes their member journal Cyber Today and supporting CyberCon book, Cyber Australia.
secureGOV is already attracting support from major sponsors, with a contributing roster of industry experts ensuring it is a relevant and valuable resource for anyone engaged with government technology.
secureGOV is an annual publication launching at Sydney CyberCon Connect, June 2023. The A4 print version is of the highest quality, stock 300gsm covers (matt) and 100gsm text (matt), supported by a fully hyperlinked digital version distributed via the newsletter to AISA members