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Allan Watt : Speaker, conference attendances and guest guest lecturer

As a Speaker:

  • FBI/INTERPOL International Law Enforcement Critical Infrastructure Symposium, “Cyber Terrorist Attacks: Threats Against Critical Infrastructure”, Miami, Fl, USA (July 2014)
  •  Cyber Security Summit 2014, “Working towards a global, synergistic cyber crime intelligence-sharing initiative”, Canberra (June 2014)
  • National Security Australia Conference, “As a Nation, Are We Prepared and Do We Know the Risks Cyber Terrorism Presents”, Sydney (May 2014)
  • Akolade’s 3rd Annual Australian fraud Summit 2014 “Dealing with Big Data in Fraud Cases”, Sydney (May 2014)
  • INTERPOL Global Security and Counter Terrorism Convention, ‘Terrorist Cyber Attacks: Threats Against Critical Infrastructure’, Sydney (January 2014)
  • Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Asia Pacific, ‘Processs Large Data Sets in Fraud Investigations, Singapore (November 2013)
  •  RSA Cyber Security Conference, Concealment of Files in Child Abuse Material cases, Singapore, (June 2013)
  • National Investigations Symposium, ICAC, ‘New emerging threats to investigating digital technology, (November 2012)
  • XIX ISPCAN International Congress on Child Abuse and Neglect, ‘Child Abused Material, So Much Smoke Where Are The Fires’, Istanbul, Turkey, (September 2012)
  • Crime and Legal Issues in Social Media Conference, Melbourne, ‘Examining the Criminal Issues in Organisational Social Media Use, (December 2010)
  • RMIA Annual Conference, Sydney, ‘Identity Theft In Cloud Computing’, (November 2010)
  • National Investigations Symposium, ICAC, ‘Utilising an Independent Expert for Computer Forensic Evidence for Both Prosecution and Defence in Child Pornography Cases’, (November 2010)
  • PhD National Security Workshop, Canberra (September 2010)
  • AISA, Sydney, ‘The Forgotten Evidence’ (September 2010)
  • Newcastle Law Society Family Law Group Conference, (September 2010)
  • Australian & New Zealand Forensic Science Society, International Symposium, Sydney, ‘Cyber Terrorism’ (September 2010)
  • NZ Information Security Forum on Cyber Terrorism, (February 2010)
  • Risk Management Institute Australia, Cairns, ‘Cyber Terrorism’ (November 2009)
  • Speaker at the Victoria Bar Association, ‘Get the most out of digital evidence’ (November 2009)
  • Law Institute of Victoria, ‘The importance of e.forensic evidence’ (November 2009)
  • Fraud and Control Conference, Sydney (October 2010)
  • 3rd Annual Information Management & E-Discovery Summit (June 2009)

 

CLE seminars

  • Continuing Legal Education Seminar, City of Sydney Law Society, “Can we Adapt to Cyber-Crime”, Sydney (April 2014)
  • Uncovering employee fraud through forensic investigations, Employment & Industrial Law Seminar, (February 2011)
  • Albury Law Society (September, 09)
  • Wentworth Chambers, ‘Reliability of electronic evidence’ (September, 2009)
  • Blackstone Chambers, ‘Reliability of electronic evidence’ (September, 2009)
  • Eastern Suburbs Law Society, ‘The e.forensics Mix’ (August, 2009)
  • Maurice Byers Chambers, ‘Reliability of electronic evidence’ (July, 2009)
  • City of Sydney Law Society ‘Computer Forensic Evidence’ (July, 2009)
  • City of Sydney Law Society, ‘The Forgotten Evidence’ (April 2010)
  • Central Coast Law Society, ‘The Forgotten Evidence’ (March 2010)
  • Newcastle Law Society, ‘The Forgotten Evidence’ (March 2010)
  • Hawkesbury and Districts Law Society, ‘The Forgotten Evidence’ (March 2010)
  • NSW Branch Society of Computers and the Law, ‘The Forgotten Evidence’ (March 2010)
  •  NSW Bar, “What your clients need to know about data theft by staff”, (February 2011)
  • St George-Sutherland Law Society Dinner, ‘The Nuts and Bolts of Computer Forensics’ (May, 2009)
  • Queensland Law Society, Annual Symposium ‘Meeting Your e.discovery Obligations’ (March, 2009)

 

Participant, Cyber Security Science and Technology Workshop, Canberra (May 2014)

Joint presentation to AISA, Sydney, ‘Forensics – why it is important’ (September 2009)