The Protective Security in Government Conference (PSG) is an annual event organised by Risk 2 Solution Group (R2S) in partnership with the Attorney-General’s Department (AGD) in Australia. The conference aims to bring together government, industry and subject-matter experts to discuss current issues and develop integrated approaches to protective security and governance. The PSG Conference provides an opportunity for AGD to strengthen their networks and partnerships in the risk industry space and across the target audience of government Chief Security, Cyber Security and Risk Officers, audit committee
members and senior executives responsible for these organisational outcomes.
The conference is unique in that it focuses on the key issues regarding protective security, cyber/digital security, and security of critical infrastructure in accordance with Australia’s legislative and policy frameworks.
” The key to Australia’s future security wellbeing is to move quickly to a more collaborative approach in which government, business and the Security Industry work together instead of in isolation. “
CEO, Risk 2 Solution Group
Regional Chair ANZ, Institute of Strategic Risk Management (ISRM)
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The Full Conference Pass includes two full days of keynote speeches, presentations and panel discussions, plus Networking Function. Morning Tea, Lunch and Afternoon Tea are included on both days of the conference.
Yes. Please note, the schedule and speakers are subject to change. For the current schedule, visit www.psgconference.com/schedule.
The ability to see all the keynote speeches, presentations and panel discussions via live streaming is available. A Q&A will also be accessible via the live stream platform. The Gala Dinner and Masterclass will not be live streamed.
The dress code is business casual. Attire for in-door heating and cooling is recommended.
Access to the registered participants will not be open to the public for privacy reasons, however, networking events have been implemented to encourage as much time to create connections with other participants as possible.