Indo-Pacific Series

Aerospace, Defence & Security Technology Market Trends


SERIES OVERVIEW

In a rapidly changing world, regional partnerships have never been more important.

Strategic regional partnerships in the aerospace, defence and security technology markets are key to ongoing success.

Following our India's Reach Series - Episode 1 - 8 and the 2020 AUSMIN talks we are shifting the weekly series to the Indo-Pacific.

At AUSMIN 2020 in Washington, "The United States and Australia reaffirmed their commitment to Trilateral dialogues with Japan and Quad consultations with Japan and India. They reaffirmed their strong support for ASEAN, ASEAN-led regional architecture, and ASEAN’s Outlook on the Indo-Pacific..."

The United States and Australia plan to continue to mobilize private sector investment throughout the Indo-Pacific to deliver high-quality, resilient infrastructure and natural resource projects in partner countries that adhere to international standards and best practices on the rule of law, sovereignty, and free-market principles. The United States and Australia updated their development cooperation Memorandum of Understanding, committing to build the stability, prosperity, and resilience of the Indo-Pacific. 

The Secretaries and Ministers recognized an interest in strengthening the mutual security and prosperity of the United States and Australia through investment in technology, innovation, and research to develop new industries, drive economic growth, and enhance readiness. The Secretaries and Ministers affirmed the value of bilateral collaboration on issues including hypersonics, integrated air and missile defense, electronic and undersea warfare, space, cyber, critical minerals, and other technologies." Joint Statement Australia-U.S. Ministerial Consultations (AUSMIN) 2020

Keep current on key market trends and learn how to position your business or organisation to join a lucrative regional and trade partnership.

Facilitated by MySecurity Media and in partnership with Aerospace & Defence Consultants Association of India.

Hosted by: Raman Sopory and Chris Cubbage


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Episodes

Upcoming Episodes

Episode 6: CYBER-SECURITY DOMAIN - (22 Sept)

AI X Cyber Collaboration, OT Security, Threat Landscape & Critical Supply Chains

Dr Jonathan Goh, AI Technologist, Cybersecurity, ST  Engineering, Singapore

Srinivas Bhattiprolu, Global Head – Advanced Consulting Service, Nokia, Singapore

Andrew Ginter,  VP Industrial Security, Waterfall Security Solutions, Canada

Feixiang He, Senior Threat Intelligence Analyst, Group-IB, Singapore

Further panellists may be announced

Episode 7: DEFENCE & NATIONAL SECURITY DOMAIN - (29 Sept)

Episode 8: AEROSPACE & SPACE DOMAIN - (6 Oct)

Episode 9: CITIES & INFRASTRUCTURE DOMAIN - (13 Oct)

Episode 10: SERIES WRAP-UP - KEY TRENDS, COLLABORATION & OPPORTUNITIES - (20 Oct)

Past Episodes

Episode 5: DRONES & ANTI-DRONE TECH - Advancements and Key Industry Players - (15 Sept)

Opening Remarks – Dr. SK Vasudeva, Retd. Chief Controller, DRDO  

Air Marshal Daljit Singh, Former Mirage 2000 Squadron Commander, Member – Association of Old Crows (AOC)

Dr Nagendra Babu Samineni, Executive Director, Unistring Tech Solutions, Hyderabad

AVM Ashwani Kumar Nabh, Former Advisor to m/s Bharat Electronics

Jacob Klain, Former RAFAEL Advanced Defence Systems: Senior Advisor for Business Development India – Israel

Group Captain Vikram Chauhan, Experimental Test Pilot / Combat Pilot/ UAV Operator/Commercial Pilot / Fixed Wing Design

Episode 4: SPACE TECH & LEADING TRENDS - (8 Sept) - Opportunities across the region

Dr Malcolm Davis

Senior Analyst – Space Policy, Security & Strategy, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Canberra

Dr Subba Rao Pavuluri

Founder, Chairman & Managing Director, Ananth Technologies, Hyderabad, India

Yoichi Kamiyama

Policy Researcher, Japan Institute of Space & Security, Tokyo

Glen Tindall

CEO, Communications Systems, Electro Optic Systems Pty Ltd (EOS)

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Episode 3: COVID-19 & ITS CHALLENGES - (1 Sept) - Impacts on National & Regional Security

Dr Amrita Jash

Research Fellow, Centre for Land Warfare Studies (CLAWS), New Delhi, India

 

Dr John Coyne

Head of Strategic Policing and Law Enforcement, Head of the North and Australia’s Security, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, Canberra

Episode 2: NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY STRATEGY (25 Aug) - Review of Australia's Cyber Security Strategy 2020

Ron Gauci

CEO, Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA)

 

Sean Duca

Regional CSO, JAPAC, Palo Alto Networks

Related article – https://australiancybersecuritymagazine.com.au/australians-going-online-can-be-secure-by-default/

 

Ian Yip

CEO, Avertro

 

AND announcing Women in Security initiatives in India and Malaysia

 

Vandana Verma

Global Board of Directors, OWASP & InfoSec Girls 

 

Dr Carrine Teoh 

Vice President of NTU Alumni (Malaysia)

Episode 1: SMART CITIES STRATEGY & PUBLIC SAFETY (18 Aug)

On the road to safe, sustainable and smart cities: Standards Australia Smart Cities Planning Roadmap & NSW Smart Places Strategy in contrast to India’s Smart Nation Strategy

 

Dr Ian Opperman
NSW GOVERNMENT’S CHIEF DATA SCIENTIST

Vi Le
STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT MANAGER,  STANDARDS AUSTRALIA

Codee Ludbey
PRINCIPAL CONSULTANT, TACTIX

Sangeeta Garg
CONSULTANT, ASTRIKOS CONSULTING

Dr Chinmay Hegde
CEO, ASTRIKOS CONSULTING

Former Series - India's Reach Series - Episodes 1 - 8

TOPIC DOMAINS: CCTV, Video Surveillance, Standards

Video Surveillance System Standards 

 

Vlado Damjanovski

Author, Lecturer, CCTV Expert

ViDi Labs

Join one of the world’s most renown CCTV specialists and dive into the latest Video Surveillance Standards, AS/NZS 62676. The newly adopted IP VSS standard is based on IEC 62676-5 and measures CCTV camera resolution in a slightly different manner to what was the case in the past. Over the past 35 years of professional CCTV activity Vlado has sought to educate, clarify and demystify the science of CCTV and this session is intended to add some clarity about the latest standards and applications.

Duration – 30 – 60 minutes – incl Q&A

TOPIC DOMAIN: Cyber Security , Awareness, Remote Working

Security Awareness for Remote Workforce

 

Chirag D Joshi, M.S., CISA, CISM, CRISC, author of  ‘7 Rules to Influence Behaviour and Win at Cyber Security Awareness‘ 

These are unique times – stress, anxiety and uncertainty around health, jobs and economy. Humans are often really poor in dealing with uncertainty.

Working remotely is inherently different than in the office. Especially when it becomes the norm, as opposed to an occasional event.

Join Chirag for this session as he discusses practical ways to maintain security awareness and promote secure behaviour in these times. After all, most cyber incidents occur due to human errors and mistakes, not complicated technical exploits.

Duration – 30 – 60 minutes – incl Q&A

 

 

 

TOPIC DOMAINS: Cyber Security, Industrial Control Systems, Business Continuity

Effective Business Continuity Preparedness and Disaster Recovery Preparedness for Industrial Control Systems 


Daniel Ehrenreich, B.Sc. Engineering, ISO27001 Lead Auditor.

Secure Communications and Control Experts Reliable and safe operation of Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems are considered critical for a broad range of industries supporting the wellbeing on a national level. The growing convergence of IT and ICS, long-time separated domains, calls for a special attention and adoption of ICS-oriented best practices.

That being said, these functionalities can be jeopardised internally by an incentivised individual, or through remote access by a hostile organisation; Hence appropriate preventive measures should be taken to mitigate these breaches and minimize possible damages.

Duration – 30 – 60 minutes – incl Q&A

TOPIC DOMAINS: Criminology, Crime, Security Applications

Offenders – what’s their story

 
Martin Gill – Criminologist

Join Professor Martin Gill, a renowned Criminologist and researcher discussing crime and security with insight from the offender’s perspective. How do offenders select their targets and how should the security industry and organisations posture themselves to present the greatest deterrence. 

Duration – 30 – 60 minutes – incl Q&A

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