• National Security Summit

    THREAT, INTELLIGENCE, PROTECT, RESPONSE

    The Financial Review’s National Security Summit will shine a light on the people, policies and problems that will shape our future.
    2020 dates to be announced

    Register Your Interest

Overview

What should Australia do to protect its safety and interests in national security, and who should we align with? What opportunities can we get behind?

This high-level, policy-driven event will assess imminent and long-term threats and their opportunities that face Australia on the home front, regionally, and in cyberspace.

With keynote addresses from the politicians charged with safeguarding our future, and the businesses that are doing it well, this is a unique opportunity to also hear from the chiefs of the key agencies responsible for the safety and security of the nation.

WELCOME RECEPTION | Sunday 24th November 2019

The AFR will be hosting welcome drinks for all delegates attending the National Security Summit. Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to come and liaise with your colleagues. This function is included in your registration.

19:30-21.00

Hyatt Hotel Canberra

Welcome Reception Address |

Agenda

CONFERENCE DAY ONE | Tuesday 4th December 2018

7:00

Registration and morning refreshments

Speakers


The Hon Peter Dutton MP
Minister For Home Affairs


Beth Mcgrath
Former Deputy Chief Management Officer, United States Department of Defense & Managing Director Deloitte


Tony Fraser
Deputy Secretary – Capability Acquisition and Sustainment (CASG), Department of Defence


Air Vice-Marshal (ret’d) John Blackburn AO
Defence and National Security System Consultant & Former Deputy Chief of the Royal Australian Air Force


Dr Marcus Hellyer
Senior Analyst, ASPI


Prof Samantha Hepburn
Faculty of Business and Law, Deakin University


Jonathan Pryke
Director – Pacific Islands Program, Lowy Institute


A/Professor Alexey Muraviev
Head of Department of Social Sciences and Security Studies, Curtin University


Professor John Blaxland
Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, ANU


Ashley Townshend
Director of Foreign Policy and Defence, United States Studies Centre


Jim Molan
Former Senator for New South Wales


Linda Jakobson
CEO, China Matters


Fergus Hanson
Head of the International Cyber Policy Centre, ASPI


Katherine Mansted
Senior Advisor to the Head of Colleage – Crawford School of Public Policy – ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, ANU


Prof Toby Walsh
Professor of Artificial Intellifence, UNSW

Pricing

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$1995 + GST

One Day Conference

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Before 18 October 2019
Early Bird Rate

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$1195 + GST

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$2195 + GST

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$1395 + GST

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From 19 October 2019
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  • Early bird rate expires on 18 October 2019

Blogs

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In July 2017, then Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced he was to create a new construct to promote national security – the Department of Home Affairs. Renowned intelligence and security expert, Professor John Blaxland, publicly criticised the new governance arrangement on the grounds of contestability and disputed its rationale… Read more >>

When & Where

25 November 2019

Hyatt Hotel Canberra
120 Commonwealth Avenue, Yarralumla ACT 2600
Phone: 02 6270 1234
canberra.park.hyatt.com

Book Accommodation with Lido Group
For your convenience Lido Group will manage your accommodation needs. Click here or call on 02 8585 0808.

Event Images

Below is a snippet of images from AFR National Security .

To view all images from the one day summit, visit the event’s Flickr album.

Contact Us

Still have a question?

Jamie Birch
Conference Producer
02 9080 4360
Jamie.Birch@informa.com

Alex Cook
Sponsorship Manager
+61 2 9080 4425
Alex.Cook@informa.com.au