On 7-9 September 2010 the High Tech Crime Operations portfolio, within the Australian Federal Police (AFP), will hold its second annual High Tech Crime Conference in Sydney. It will be held over three days and will focus on providing education and training to the delegates. Attendance at the conference provides six CLE points to legal delegates.
The High Tech Crime Conference is hosted by the AFP in conjunction with the University of Technology Sydney. The HTCC brings together domestic and international experts and thought leaders from the Judiciary, legal fraternity, government, law enforcement agencies, academia and the private sector.
Through the HTCC, these stakeholders share information and knowledge in order to build Australia's capability and response against this complex and pervasive form of criminality.
The HTCC provides an excellent opportunity for all stakeholders to collectively forge strategic outcomes and to engage and foster new and existing professional networks.
The HTCC also provides a dedicated judicial/legal stream intended for delegates wishing to obtain expert knowledge in this area of law.
The up-skilling of all delegates through the provision of expert education in four dedicated subject-matter streams.
The sharing of knowledge between all stakeholders in order to meet the challenges of Technology Crime.
Awareness-raising of delegates through exposure to the spectrum of disciplines relevant to Technology Crime.
The formation of a Community of Excellence of stakeholders willing to provide their support and expertise to others.
Building Australia's capability and response to Technology Crime.
Date: 7-9 September 2010
Venue: Four Points by Sheraton, Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia
Cost: AUD$475 (plus GST)
27 August 2010