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PACS/LACS Migration For Large Multi-Site Organisations Canberra Rex Hotel, Canberra, Australia: 2-3 July 2014



Identity & Access Management 2014 will be APSCA's first conference in Australia focusing on Identity, Access Management and Information Security for Physical, Virtual and Cloud Resources in large enterprises.

Target Audience

This event will be targeted at CIOs, CSOs, VPs, Directors and Managers of IT Security, IT Compliance and Risk Management, IAM Program Managers, Enterprise Solutions Architects, Systems Integrators and Suppliers of solutions and Equipment for identity management and access control throughout the region.

About the Conference

The conference will enable government agencies, financial institutions and commercial organisations to discuss the changing requirements for enterprise identity management, latest security trends and the future roadmap for access control in the workplace. Also highlighted will be technologies that are creating new ways for organisations to manage multiple sites and supporting technologies for employees to access facilities, assets and information systems in the workplace.

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Multi-site Physical Access Control Transition
  • Platform for Lightweight Authentication of Identity (PLAID)
  • State of Play in Australia for PACS and LACS
  • PACS / LACS via Mobile Devices
  • High level mobile voice and data security
  • Security Apathy in a Screen Swipe World
  • Multi-Application token Initiatives across the Organisation
  • Migration planning for new cohesive Security of Networks

Who Attended Previous IAM Events

Since 2012, APSCA's IAM conferences have been attended by a growing number of industry experts from across the region. In 2013, over 90 senior-level delegates responsible for IT Security, Fraud & Risk Management and IAM Program Management from government agencies, financial institutions, MNOs, solutions providers and research institutions from 8 international markets attended the 2nd conference in Taipei.


Business Opportunities

This international event will be an opportunity for IT professionals and security professionals from around the world to network, share experience and discuss the future of identity management, information security & business efficiency for connected organisations.

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

Speaking and Exhibiting opportunities are available for suppliers of identity management and access control solutions, devices, software and services who would like to promote their solutions to public and private sector enterprises. For details, please contact Scott Austin (details below).

Further Information
For details, please contact Scott Austin at the APSCA office in Australia at, or call +61 41063 3849 (Australia), +65 9487 5521