WIS 174 Intelligence 2022 PI Web Banner Newsletter v1


Sunday 23 October 2022

Time AEDTSession
14.00 - 19.00 Registration Open
15.00 - 17.00 Tradecraft Skills Session
Senior Sergeant Glenn Tait, Queensland Police Service
Delivering impactful analysis and briefings to non-intelligence leaders
(only available to in-person delegates in Melbourne)
17.00 - 19.00 Welcome Reception

* program subject to change


Monday 24 October 2022

Time AEDTSession
08.00 Registration Open
Arrival Tea & Coffee
08.45 Welcome to Country
Official Opening Address 
Lord Mayor Sally Capp
, City of Melbourne
AIPIO Welcome on Behalf of Partners
Setting the Scene
Dr Phil Kowalick MAIPIO, AIPIO President
09.40 Kathryn McMullan, Office of National Intelligence (ONI)
Future of analysis - a National Intelligence Community perspective
10.20 Morning Break
10.40 Teresa Walsh, Financial Service Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (FS-ISAC)
Cyber Intelligence Analysis for Business Risk and Resilience
11.20 Mark Evans OBE, New Zealand Police
Biased policing? Intelligence and its role in delivering fair and equitable outcomes
12.00 Public-private perspectives on the Collection-Analysis Paradox
Panel to unravel a wicked problem currently being faced in our complex and uncertain world
Facilitator: Brett Peppler, Intelligent Futures Pty Ltd
Panellists: BC Tan Thomson Reuters, Gerald Berkovics Cellebrite, Mark Richards Sintelix, Brent Osmotherly Ripjar, Michael Le Huy Visual Analysis, Bernard Rix PolicingTV
12.40 Lunch 
Fitzroy Ballroom
Sydney + Brisbane Rooms
Perth Room
Developing Your Tradecraft
Latrobe Ballroom
13.40 Melinda Cilento, Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA)
Ethical AI - the implementation experience in Australia
Helen Glazebrook, Australian Government
International Best Practice in Corrections Intelligence – Winston Churchill Fellowship
Shannon Lorimer, KPMG
Insider Threat, Corporate Environment and Use of Data
Kathy Pherson, Pherson Associates
Critical Thinking to Sharpen Your Analysis 

14.15 Linda Cavanagh, Cybermerc
Ethics & Privacy in Open Source Intelligence: A case study on the search for missing persons
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Adam Riley, Cellebrite
Collaboration Across the Major Investigation Disciplines - Bridging the Gap
Benjamin Scott, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Data leaks, investigative journalism and intelligence practice
Shannon Armstrong, Intelo Training Solutions
Leading teams of intelligence professionals (psychological safety and accountability)
14.50 Vernon White, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
The beneficial outcomes of collaboration
Samantha Moore, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning
Operation Hardey: National collaboration to detect and disrupt the illegal possession and trade of Australia's native wildlife
Scott Ainslie, Sycon Security Consultants
Cyber threat Intelligence; are we applying real intelligence?
Owen Cooper, National Security College Futures Hub
Futures Analysis for Government 101  
15.20 Afternoon Break
15.40 Jason Shepherd, TRSSI International
Ethics in Collaboration – how long a spoon?
Danielle Williams, ACIA; Crisp, a Kroll Business
What we learned from identifying 25,000 online predators in one week
John Molnar, KPMG
Intelligence and Effective Decision Making
Dr Ari Kruger, The Hunt Laboratory for Intelligence, The University of Melbourne
Argument mapping for intelligence analysis
16.15 Kate Rossiter, Fair Work Ombudsman
Collaboration in Collection
*only live session / not available on-demand
Nick Lewis OBE,
Standard Chartered Bank
Why public/private partnerships work - a demonstrated outcome to an effective partnership
Emerald Sage, OSINT Combine
Circumventing Sanctions: Using OSINT to Identify Illicit Hizballah Procurement Networks
Brett Peppler, Intelligent Futures Pty Ltd
Career planning for the intelligence professional of the future
16.50 - 17.00 Reflections - Ethics Reflections - Partnerships Reflections - Capability Reflections - Tradecraft

 * program subject to change


Tuesday 25 October 2022

Time AEDTSession
08.00 Registration Open
Arrival Tea & Coffee
08.45 MC Reflection
09.00 Kearney ADS logoMajor General (Ret) Ben Kite OBE, Kearney
The opportunities and imperatives for intelligence organizations to collaborate between nations, agencies and the private sector
09.45 Professor Catherine Bennett, Deakin University
Unpacking the legacy of the Australian pandemic response

10.20 Morning Break
10.40 Phil Thomson, Auror, with guest Austin Craddock, Coles
Partnering for good: the power of partnership to create safer communities
*only live session / not available on-demand
11.40 Intelligence Domains of Practice Panel
Will enhanced collaboration ensure intelligence increases relevance and value in each domain of practice?

Facilitator: Deputy Commissioner Tracy Linford APM, Queensland Police Service
Panellists: Major General (Ret) Ben Kite OBE Kearney, Prof. Catherine Bennett Deakin University, Mark Evans OBE New Zealand Police, Phil Thomson Auror
12.40 Lunch 
Fitzroy Ballroom
Sydney + Brisbane Rooms
Perth Room
Developing Your Tradecraft
Latrobe Ballroom
13.40 Dr Narelle Beer,
Worksafe Victoria
Healthy, Wealthy and Wise: Ensuring intelligence integrity
Tony Keane,
Australian Football League (AFL)
Seeing the Outcome of Effective Partnerships
Catherine Lee, Lethbridge Piper & Associates
Neurodiverse Safe Work - More than just noise-cancelling headphones
Shannon Armstrong, Intelo Training Solutions
Motivating the modern-day intelligence professionals
14.15 Susan McLean, Cyber Safety Expert
Oversight and accountability: the ethical considerations in dealing with a cyberbullying complaint
Steve Farrer MBA CAMS CFE, Corban Consulting (UK)
Giving hope: how families of long term missing are finding "answers" through new ways of collaborating (a charity, a university, a police force, and a bunch of spare-time volunteers)
Meg Tapia, Accenture
Fake News: What we know about technology-enabled disinformation and what we can do about it
Helen McGarry, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services
Impactful leadership of the intelligence profession

14.50 Mark Nuttall CAMS CPP PMP, Thomson Reuters
Justified hypocrisy: the burden of decision
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Stella Smith, Crime Stoppers Australia & Victoria
The role of Crime Stoppers in keeping Australia safe
A/Prof. Patrick Walsh, Charles Sturt University
Reimaging Health Security Intelligence Capabilities Post Covid-19:  What Now For The Five Eyes?
Catherine Lee, Lethbridge Piper & Associates
Neurodiverse safe work: putting theory into practice  
15.20 Afternoon Break
15.40 Nicholas Cochrane-Ng, lauretta.io
Delivering on Responsible AI
John Schmidt, CANSYNTH
Making sense of today’s intelligence relationships and flows… The baby with the bathwater?
Jil Blyth, Te Whakaara | The Open Source Hub, New Zealand Police
Fuelling open-source capability in government Aotearoa New Zealand
Randy Pherson, Pherson Associates
Enhancing Collaboration with Structured Analytical Techniques
16.15 Dr Corinne Unger, The University of Queensland
Changing perceptions of protests in Australia: between legitimacy and stigmatisation
Daniel Angel Damjanovic, Interpol Regional Counter Terrorism Node ESAF & Europe
INTERPOL's capabilities and role in enhancing global information exchange in counter terrorism
Andrew Vild, Kuva Space
The role of space technology, specifically Hyperspectral Earth Observation, in intelligence; both military and civilian
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16.50 Reflections - Ethics Reflections - Partnerships Reflections - Capability Reflections - Tradecraft Skills
19.00 Pre-dinner Drinks
19.30 Conference Dinner
Guest speaker: Dr Karla Lopez, Collaboration is a superpower!
22.30 - 23.59 Post-dinner Drinks

 * program subject to change


Wednesday 26 October 2022

Time AEDTSession
08.00 Registration Open
Arrival Tea & Coffee
08.00 AIPIO AGM & AIPIO Awards
09.00 MC Reflection
09.05 Jonna Mendez, Author, Speaker, Former CIA Chief of Disguise, CIA
Collaborative problem solving: Life at the CIA
09.45 Steve Farrer MBA CAMS CFE, Corban Consulting (UK)
Can collaboration & sharing intelligence (between unusual partners) make a significant difference in the fight against human trafficking? And the answer is...
10.20 Morning Break
10.40 Dr Tracey Green, Australia New Zealand Policing Advisory Agency (ANZPAA)
The role of leadership in the intelligence landscape of the future
11.20 The Great Intelligence DebateGreenDoor
Is there a future for public private partnerships in intelligence domains of practice?

Facilitator: Stephen Beaumont AM
Affirmative: Leneice Clifton Green Door, Mark Nuttall CAMS CPP PMP Thomson Reuters, Arran Smith, Janes
Negative: Kirsten Williams Victoria Police, Bernard Rix PolicingTV, Steve Farrer MBA CAMS CFE Corban Consulting (UK)
12.40 Lunch 
Fitzroy Ballroom
Sydney + Brisbane Rooms
Perth Room
Developing Your Tradecraft
Latrobe Ballroom
13.40 Dr William A Stoltz, National Security College
The future of foreign intelligence and covert action as tools of Australian statecraft
Vicky Kyris, ESTA (Triple Zero)
Friends and frenemies - why we need to collaborate with all partners to deliver sound policy outcomes
Dr Tim van Gelder, The Hunt Laboratory for Intelligence Research
A new framework for evaluating explanatory hypotheses
Col Lapworth, Security and Intelligence Professional
Finding the truth: Validating online information
14.15 Dr Eva TsahuriduOrganisational ethics specialist 
Ethical leaders for ethical cultures
Torren Dimovski and Zac Panopoulos, Victoria Police Counter Terrorism Command
Victorian Fixated Threat Assessment Centre: Collaboration within a Multidisciplinary, Preventative Initiative
Rajiv Shah,
MDR Security
Getting ready to ride the artificial intelligence wave
Phil Shepherd,
Active Leadership
Complex Leadership: navigating through uncertainty
14.50 Professor Seumas Miller, 
Charles Sturt University
AI and Cognitive Warfare: The Ethical Issues
Zoe Chenier-Hinde, Auror
Work Smarter, Not Harder: Why Intelligence Practitioners Should Embrace Private Sector Partnerships
Scott Ainslie, Sycon Security Consulting,
John Schmidt, CANSYNTH,
Michael Hickey MAIPIO, Victorian Building Authority
AIPIO Communities of Practice: Collaborate, Communicate & Cultivate
Samantha Rush, Legion Consulting and Dorothy Seidel-Hooke, AIPIO
Finding a mentor: What you need to know
15.20 Afternoon Break
15.40 Intelligence International Partners Panel
Where to next for intelligence in this complex and uncertain world
Facilitator: Samantha Rush, Legion Consulting
Panellists: Danielle Williams ACIA, Dr Phil Kowalick MAIPIO AIPIO, Dr Shelagh Dorn CICA IALEIA
16.15 Conference Close
16.30 Post Conference Reception

 * program subject to change

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