Dear AISA Members


We are pleased to introduce you to the inaugural edition of the Australian Cyber Security Magazine. This publication aims to provide you with a platform to connect with peers within the Australian information security industry, many of whom are AISA members, and to help educate and improve cyber awareness across the wider community.

AISA continues to build relationships with all members, sponsors, the education sector, industry partners, government and thought leaders to help shape the role and direction of the association. From AISA’s perspective, our role is about connecting and facilitating conversations and, most importantly, setting a platform that enables members to take part in these discussions.

Via the Australian Cyber Security Magazine, AISA members are welcome and encouraged to provide input and help create a consistent message of cyber security professionalism, best practice and information security innovation.

In addition, AISA will be providing additional member communication opportunities through webinars and chapter events that attract international speakers, connect remote members and promote diversity of thought and opinions.

It is an exciting period in the field of cyber security and AISA is proud to be supporting the launch of the inaugural edition of the Australian Cyber Security Magazine for members. To mark this occasion and encourage involvement, MySecurity Media is offering a free conference ticket give-away to attend the RSA Asia Pacific & Japan Conference, Singapore 26-28 July 2017.

For those that miss out on the free ticket, the ACSM discount code 5A7MYSECFCD can be used to save $100 off a full conference pass for AISA Members. This is available for the first 50 registrants.

For your chance to win the main prize and to contribute valuable insight into the focus for AISA and the Australian Cyber Security Magazine, please respond to the following questions and send to

  1. When and why did you join AISA?
  2. What role should AISA play or how should it contribute to the Australian cyber security landscape?
  3. What are the top 5 cyber security issues that AISA should focus on in the next 12 months?\

*Terms and Conditions Apply
Competition closes 21 June 2017.
Winner announced 23 June 2017.

Click HERE to find out more.


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