Notice of the ADIESA Annual General Meeting was sent to all current members this week. A detailed agenda will be sent to all members closer to the date.
Nominations are now called from interested Association members who wish
to nominate for election to the ADIESA board.
Three elected Board Members will step down at this AGM and an election
will held to fill the vacant Board positions. A representative of any financial
member of the Association is eligible to nominate and can self-nominate (but
requires endorsement by a representative of the member organisation).
Only financial members of the Association are eligible to vote in these
elections, which will be conducted at the AGM.
What a wonderful day was had by all who attended the inaugural Cyber Defence Summit last week. Thank you to all our members and guests for actively contributing throughout the day. The willingness to collaborate was evident. Looking forward to keeping the conversations going through dedicated bimonthly focus groups before another all day event in 2020 !
What attendees had to say…
“It was certainly a great day, with great conversation from government and industry to solve some complex problems..Keep up the brilliant work !”
“It was a real pleasure to be part of a genuinely collaborative conversation, around what is a critically important endeavour. Well done all !”
Invitations to the Defence Cyber Summit went out to all current members last week. Registrations for the Summit and the dinner event following close October 15, 2019
‘Cyberspace is challenging our concepts of how we will fight future conflict.
We are only just coming to terms what it means for the Australian
Defence Force. From the conduct of offensive cyber operations in a new
warfighting domain, to the impact cyberspace has on the traditional physical warfighting
domains, much less the impact of cyber security to our mission systems,
platforms and operating technologies. The challenges we face are significant – from supply chain risk
management, to growing a cyber-smart workforce.
This Cyber Defence Summit with Industry and Academia aims to bring together a collective brains-trust to workshop the future, and examine the problems we face. This is not a Defence project update. This is a chance to be part of what is intended will become an annual event to tackle how Defence deals with Cyber, and anticipate emerging threats and opportunities.’
For further information or assistance, please contact Victoria Dixon-ADIESA Board Secretariat.
ADIESA and IWD Industry Engagement Day with dinner to follow.
October 31st 2019 at Fairbairn.
Further details regarding booking for this event will be announced shortly to all members.
MilCIS 12-14 NOV
The Chair of ADIESA Ms Kylah Limmer, has been invited to present a plenary session in the main hall on day three (14th November) at 9.45am. The Board is working through planning and will seek content input from Members over the coming weeks.
IWD INDUSTRY ENGAGEMENT FOLLOW UP
Late November 2019. Details to come
ADIESA ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING AND END OF YEAR DINNER
ADIESA facilitated Industry Opportunity for input to the (initial) Joint Electro Magnetic Spectrum Operations (JEMSO) Planning Course in Canberra on Wednesday, 07 November, 2018
The initial Joint Electro Magnetic Spectrum Operations (JEMSO) Planning Course runs 29 October – 09 November, 2018 at the ADF Tactical Data Link Authority building at 84-90 Maryborough Street, Fyshwick, ACT. The aim of the course is to provide the ADF with personnel who can plan and manage JEMSO and coordinate such activities with various agencies.
ADIESA members have been invited to provide input to the course on pm Wednesday, 07 November, 2018 followed by an opportunity for networking drinks with course attendees and other Commonwealth reps associated with the course.
To simplify the coordination and delivery of industry information to the course, and to minimise the risk of ‘hard selling’ to course participants (during ‘class-time’), the Commonwealth has requested that industry input is provided in the form of PowerPoint slides and/or video which will be facilitated by ADIESA Board member(s). The industry opportunity for networking drinks with course members will be through a social function (drinks and snacks) held immediately after this session of the course.
The learning objectives for this session of the course are as follows:
Discuss Industry Capability to enable ADF JEMSO:
Technologies that minimise EMS-dependent systems and network vulnerabilities, and actively prevent adversary systems from exploiting those vulnerabilities.
Support operations in the EMOE and provide solutions for:
Enhance Situational Understanding (SA + context, insight and analysis);
Visualisation and Integration Tools and Technology;
Non Kinetic Effects.
The classification level of this session of the course is up to SECRET. If required, material above UNCLAS may be sent on the DRN or DSN to the ADIESA POC Defence email address below.
Input to the course
On the downloadable PowerPoint file:
slides 3-4 provide ‘context for industry’ and slides 5-6 ‘session learning objectives and scope’.
please use the template at slide 7 (‘Content Slides’) to provide the information about your organisation’s product/service.
Slide(s) and/or video content should not exceed the equivalent of 10 mins (if the total number of ADIESA member respondents exceed the total time available, The Board may need reduce each participants contribution, in consultation with the member).
All information provided by members, shall be treated as ‘Industry Proprietary’ and must not exceed SECRET.
This event has been timed to coincide with the recently advised Australian Defence SATCOM System (ASDSS) Project Office Industry Brief on Friday 28th September. You can find the details on how to register for the Industry Brief on http://austender.gov.au.
Your invitation to the networking event is open to all members, regardless of your intention to attend the Industry Brief.
A reminder to also place a calendar holder for the upcoming Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Focus Group on 17th October, which is a collaboration between the Department of Defence and ADIESA ably guided by Board Members Josh Polette and Alan Dyer.
On behalf of the ADIESA Board, I look forward to your active participation at the above events.
ADIESA Deputy Chair
On 6 September 2018 the Chair of the ADIESA Board, Mr Sandy Taylor, announced the forming of the Satellite Communications (SATCOM) Focus Group in conjunction with Australian Defence Organisation, Director General C4 Capability, Joint Capability Group.
The first SATCOM Focus Group meeting is scheduled for 17 October, 2018 in Canberra.