Jacinta Carroll will provide an overview of the global and regional security environment, including the extraordinary confluence of security threats and influences that reach into all aspects of our society and economy, and explore what this means for Australian organisations.
Digital technologies are continuing to reshape industries and the services they offer. As a result, many organisations are embarking on digital transformation initiatives with strategic business goals to deliver better customer experiences, improve operational efficiency and/or create new revenue models. But large-scale digital transformations are not easy and very few are successful. Successful digital transformation is holistic. Leaders have a critical role to play in providing direction and empowering employees but a top-down approach alone won’t work. Ultimately, digital transformation is about behavioural change, above all else and you need to position this within the context of the benefits for all your stakeholders - customers, employees and partners. How does your change effort future-proof your people’s skills to make them more valuable to your clients and /or customers and in their careers? Answering the ‘So what?’ will help pave the way for success.
A year after the release of the ASIAL Security 2025 report it is important to see where we are, where are going and what we still need to do to get there as a security industry!
An exploration into how consideration of the entrepreneurial tendencies exhibited by criminals and terrorists led to the development of standards for forced entry protection referred to within Australian Standard SA HB 188:2021 and an explanation of the different threats addressed by standards referred to within the Australian handbook for protection against terrorism and extreme violence.
N.B. Program subject to change