This conference will bring together speakers from the Australian, US and British militaries, law enforcement and emergency services, government, think tanks, the corporate sector, academics and the fourth estate. Over two days of presentations and workshops they will consider the lessons the military might take from their experiences working in the digital environment and turning social media platforms to their differing needs.
The conference includes Keynotes from Dr Christopher Paul of the RAND Corporation and the former Director General of ASIO and ASIS, David Irvine. There will be panels on ‘best practice’ in countering violent extremism in the information environment; organising to achieve optimal information effects; how social media impacts the mainstream media’s coverage of defence; as well as reflections on their experiences from those who have employed social media in crisis management and military operations.
Whether you’re dealing with the incursion of information age practices or planning how best to distribute and deploy them – this conference will provide an opportunity to hear from experts in the field, to pose questions, participate in debate and to network with colleagues from across the public and private sectors facing similar challenges.
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