This Year's Theme:
"Future is Now"

In a world of rapid technological advancements and digital transformation, the theme ‘Future is Now’ captures the intersection of cutting-edge innovation and the pressing need for cyber security.

This theme reflects the urgency to recognise, adapt and safeguard our digital landscape, which has become an integral part of our lives today and will continue to shape our future.

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The conference will explore the realm of emerging technologies that are reshaping industries, such as AI, quantum computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), in addition to cyber security, privacy and Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC). Attendees will explore how these technologies are already influencing various sectors and discuss strategies to secure them against evolving hazards and threats.

"Future is Now" acknowledges the changing dynamics of the cyber security workforce. The event will focus on developing the skills and knowledge required for the future workforce, including fostering diversity and inclusivity to address the industry's talent shortage.

Our 2024 theme emphasises the importance of forming strong partnerships and information sharing to collectively enhance cyber resilience. The complex cyber challenges that require collaborative efforts between governments, industries, academia and individuals will also be addressed.

"Future is Now" compels participants to recognise that the future they envision is already unfolding before their eyes. By embracing the digital era's opportunities and challenges, attendees will gain insights and strategies to secure the digital landscape for both today and tomorrow.

Through collaborative knowledge-sharing, innovative solutions and a commitment to cyber security, this conference will contribute to a safer and more resilient digital future.

"I enjoyed the quality of the keynote speakers and the excellent networking opportunities."

Conference Delegate


The Event

The Australian Cyber Conference Melbourne brings together some of the greatest minds in cyber and will provide business leaders with insights and best practices taught by the industry’s top experts through keynotes, thought leadership, panel sessions and live, in-person demonstrations.

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The Australian Cyber Conference Melbourne is tailored for local, state, and federal governments, serving as an ideal platform for business leaders to gain valuable insights and best practices from top experts in the cyber industry. Through keynotes, thought leadership, panel sessions, and live demonstrations, attendees will have the opportunity to enhance their understanding of current threats, as well as proactively identify and prepare for emerging challenges. The conference's interactive format, featuring think tanks, plenary sessions, and networking opportunities with industry practitioners, is essential for all organisations navigating the complexities of the current business environment.

Attending this conference will enable you to hear from industry experts to help you better understand and manage current threats, as well as identify and prepare for emerging challenges. An interactive format of think tanks, plenary sessions and the opportunity to network with industry practitioners is a must for all organisations in the current business environment.

Meet the Speakers

Frank Abagnale
Frank Abagnale
Security consultant

Jose Hernandez
Jose Hernandez
NASA astronaut (former)

Kal Penn
Kal Penn
Actor, Writer, Producer

Why visit
CyberCon Melbourne?


Learn from some of the greatest minds in cyber


Hear the latest in innovative, cutting edge thought leadership


Make new connections and catch up with colleagues


Engage with experts and industry leaders

Over 200+ speakers, 20+ session streams and over 150 exhibitors


Lock Sport Workshops Back By Popular Demand

At at Australian Cyber Conference Melbourne, we invite you to attend one of our free Lock Sport workshops for an exciting and informative hands-on experience that will teach you how to critically analyse and exploit some of the physical security measures that are commonly assumed to be secure.

Not only will this unique and practical learning experience help you discover how to defeat a locking system, it will leave you with a better understanding of the vulnerabilities found in various types of locks and introduce you to a fast growing sport in the cyber community.

Enjoy the challenge and excitement of learning to defeat some of the current locks in a safe, fun and interesting environment.

Whatever you do, don't miss out!

Form a team to share knowledge and exchange ideas.

Lock Sport workshops are FREE with your registration to the Australian Cyber Conference Melbourne 2024!

Register Now

Take advantage of our Early Bird discount saving you hundreds of dollars off the cost of a standard registration.

HURRY - Early Bird ends midnight Wednesday 31 July 2024.

Sponsorship Enquiries

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Event Themes


Cyber Security Infrastructure


Cyber Security Operations


Secure by Design


Cyber Security & Human Element


Leadership & Governance in Cyber Security


Emerging Technologies


Critical Infrastructure

Event Topic Areas


Cloud Security, Network Systems & End-User Devices


Identity & Access Management


Internet of Things & Operational Technology


Securing Systems & Data Assets


Threat Intel, Threat Hunting


Incident Management & Response


Physical & Personal Security


Security Monitoring, Analytics & Reporting


Application Security & Vulnerability Management


Architecture & Design


Dev Sec Ops


Human Risk & Cyber Safety


Human Behaviour, Awareness & Education


Mental Health


Governance, Risk & Compliance


Policy & Legislation


Security Strategy & Leadership


Privacy & Surveillance


Crisis Management, Incident Readiness, Planning, Recovery & Forensics


Cyber Security Fundamentals for Board Directors, SME & NFP


Academic Research Stream


Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning


Quantum & Blockchain


Home Affairs, CI Providers & Operators

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of country throughout Australia and acknowledge their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to the people, the cultures and the elders past, present and emerging.

Acknowledgement of Country