Free community panel session
Monday 17 July, 4.30 pm
Level 1 Grand Ballroom, Sofitel Gold Coast
We are hosting a free community panel at 4.30 pm on Monday 17 July. You do not need to register for this event.
Come along and hear from our expert panel, chaired by Professor Roderic Broadhurst from the Australian National University.
Panel members include:
- Michelle Price, Australian Cyber Security Growth Network
- Tala Stevens, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission
- Dr Russell Smith, Australian Institute of Criminology
- Professor David Wall, University of Leeds
- Dr Christy Chiang, National Taipei University of Technology
- Professor Jonathan Clough, Monash University
Our panel will discuss:
- Achieving collaboration between researchers, policy makers and technologists
- Coordinating reporting
- Targeting hardening for prevention through software and hardware design
- Preventing re-victimisation and support victims of cybercrime
There will be an opportunity to ask the panel questions during the session.
Tickets are also available for the conference dinner following the panel. This is another excellent opportunity to network with our cybercrime experts. Our guest speaker is Professor Roger Bradbury from the National Security College, who will speak on ‘Cyber, intelligence and the state—an unsettled triad’.
Feel the excitement of life in the fun lane at Australia’s Gold Coast, where the sun shines on an unlimited variety of things to see and do all year round.
Watch the iconic Surf Lifesavers patrolling the beaches, tour a World Heritage listed rainforest, and peruse through outdoor markets and stylish boutiques all in a day full of lively adventure.
Enjoy the excitement of the biggest and best theme park rides, learn to surf, or dine on the freshest local produce while overlooking the vibrant colours of the Pacific Ocean. And as the sun sets over this city by the sea, cruise through the calm marinas and islands of the Broadwater as the Gold Coast shines through the night.
The Gold Coast enjoys a mild sub-tropical climate with an estimated 8 hours of sunshine, 300 days a year. Winter (June - August) on the Gold Coast is generally sunny and dry with comfortable temperatures of 11-21°C (52-70°F).
Gold Coast Visitor Map (7.9MB)
Images courtesy of Gold Coast Tourism
Airtrain transports passengers to and from the Brisbane Domestic and International Airport to four Gold Coast stations: Helensvale, Nerang, Robina and Varsity Lakes. The train runs every 15 minutes during peak periods. Visit translink.com.au to find out timetable and fare information.
The Gold Coast train line runs down the city’s western side. Each of the six main stations are less than 20 minutes to the heart of the city.
Translink operates a 24 hour public bus service on the Gold Coast which includes routes from Gold Coast Airport along the Gold Coast Highway. The Gold Coast Tourist Bus offers transfers between hotels and the Gold Coast Airport and return transfers to theme parks. For further information visit surfside.com.au or translink.com.au
The Gold Coast light rail connects the Gold Coast University Hospital and Griffith University to the fast growing commercial, retail and recreational centres of Southport, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach. Trams run every 7.5 minutes from 7am to 7pm on weekdays between the 16 stations. For further information visit ridetheg.com.au
Taxi and rental cars
All major rental car companies are located at the Gold Coast and Brisbane airports. You can either book with your preferred company prior to your arrival, or shop around at the Terminal for the best deal.
Gold Coast Cabs 131 008 gccabs.com.au
oneworld® is pleased to be the official airline alliance of the International Conference on Cybercrime and Computer Forensics.
As a registered attendee, you can access discounted flights for travel to this event.
Visit www.oneworld.com/events, select ‘Attendee’ and enter event code OW88E16 to access our online booking tool.
- Discounts on flights for attendee and one travel companion
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ICCCF Conference Committee
- Dr Russell Smith, Australian Institute of Criminology - Chair
- Dr Laurie Lau, Asia Pacific Association of Technology and Society - Deputy Chair
- Dr Rick Brown, Australian Institute of Criminology
- Professor Roderic Broadhurst, Australian National University
- Professor Rick Sarre, University of South Australia
- Dr Cassandra Cross, Queensland University of Technology
- Dr Lennon Chang, Monash University
- Ms Nicole Wallace, Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission - Coordinator
Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: An International Conference
The Crime and Justice Research Centre (Queensland University of Technology) and the Asian Criminological Society will host the Crime and Justice in Asia and the Global South: An International Conference.
Date: 10-13 July 2017
Location: Shangri-La Hotel, Cairns, Australia
For more information or to submit an abstract, please visit the conference website: www.crimejusticeconference.com.au