Cyber Security Minister to Speak at Super Conference in Melbourne

Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees

Minister for Cyber Security Claire O’Neil will be speaking at the Australian institute of Superannuation Trustees’ annual Conference of Major Superannuation Funds (CMSF) in Melbourne on Wednesday 22 March from 9am-9.20am.

She will be making the opening address on cyber security.

If you can attend, please complete the table below and send to me to register you. Registration and attendance (including at the function and dinner) is free for working journalists.

The Minister will be among more than 30 industry experts from Australia and around the world who will present at 16 sessions at CENTREPIECE, Melbourne including:

  • Noel Pearson, Founder, Cape York Partnership and Good to Great Schools – the Indigenous Voice and closing the Indigenous super gap. Tuesday 21 March 4-5pm
  • Dylan Alcott OAM, athlete and disability advocate – diversity and inclusion in profit-to-member super. Tuesday 21 March 2.15pm-3.25pm
  • Regulators – APRA, ASIC and ATO – panel discussion on emerging risk and focus areas. Wednesday 22 March 10.45am-11.25am
  • Dr Keith Suter, Managing Director, Global Directions – navigating the geopolitical landscape. Tuesday 21 March 9.10am-9.55am.

The conference will provide an insight into superannuation’s most pressing issues including the geopolitical landscape, climate change, mercenary spyware, data security, retirement, cognitive decline, marketing to members, diversity and more.


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