01.11

Wednesday

Workshops

Registrations open 7:45am

Time Session Speaker/s Outline
8:30am
State Room, Level 2
How to get the most from Online Safety on the Edge 2017
Marsali Hancock

Executive Director, DQ Institute

Expand and leverage the online safety ecosystem.
9:15am
State Room, Level 2
Online gaming – what’s the state of play?
Introduced by Netsafe
An opportunity to discuss society’s concerns about the impact of gaming, alongside the changes that the gaming industry is making to support its players by producing safe environments in which they can interact.

Hear from those at the cutting edge of research as well as some of the world’s leading game developers as they battle it out to win you over.
11:00am Morning Tea
11:30am
State Room, Level 2
eSafety and cyberbullying approaches in schools – from here, over the ditch and beyond
Andrew Cowie

Deputy Principal Upper Harbour Primary School, Netsafe Board Member

John Hession

Curriculum, Learning & Teaching Team, Catholic Schools Officer, Diocese of Broken Bay

Will Gardner

CEO of Childnet International

Facilitators

Nicky Sloss

Student Wellbeing and PDHPE, Association of Independent Schools NSW

Kellie Britnell

Program Manager – Education and Outreach, Office of the eSafety Commissioner

This workshop will provide insights into the eSafety education landscape for Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Participants will have an opportunity to hear school initiatives and programs working towards positive behaviour change online.
11:30am
Room 3 & 4, Level 2
eSafetyWomen – 'at the frontline'
Dr Ranjana Kumari

Director of the Centre for Social Research in Delhi & Chairperson of Women Power Connect

Karen Bentley

National Director, Safety Net Australia Project, WESNET

Dr Carlene Mahoney

Inspector, Operational Programs, Major Events and Incidents Group, NSW Police

Sue Weatherill

Manager, Family Violence, Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand

Helen Campbell

Executive Officer, NSW Women's Legal Service

Facilitators

Nicola Henry

Associate Professor & Principal Research Fellow - RMIT University

Rosalie O'Neale

Program Manager eSafety Women, Office of the eSafety Commissioner

This workshop will provide participants with an in-depth overview of technology facilitated abuse and the resources available to frontline workers to assist women who are impacted. It will help identify those areas where cross sector cooperation can be particulary valuable.
1:30pm Lunch
2:30pm
Room 3 & 4, Level 2
Older Australians confidently online
Nan Bosler(OAM)

President Australian Seniors Computer Clubs Association

Dr Marian Lok

Senior Research Officer, Office of the eSafety Commissioner

Hon Helen Milner(OBE)

Chief Executive, Good Things Foundation

David Spriggs

CEO, InfoXchange Australia

Facilitator

John Huigen

Australian Digital Inclusion Alliance

Fear, confidence and motivation - understanding the behaviour, skills and safety issues faced by older Australians, and how to empower them to see the relevance and benefits of being online.
2:30pm
State Room, Level 2
Evidence to inform online safety resources
Joseph Di Gregorio

Manager Research and Data Analysis, Office of the eSafety Commissioner

Facilitator

Kath McCarthy

Director, Metis Pathways

Exploring what research is needed to inform the development of advice and resources on child and adult safety issues, and ways of working together to fill the research gap.
4:30pm Afternoon Tea
01.11

Wednesday

Law Enforcement and Investigation

Time Session Speaker/s Outline
9:15am
Room 2, Level 2
Queensland Police case study

Closed session for law enforcement agency personnel
Jon Rouse

Detective Inspector, Task Force Argos, Queensland Police

Insight into the Queensland Police led infiltration and destruction of a global child sex offender network.
10:45am Morning Tea
11:15am
Room 2, Level 2
Ethical Hacking/Open Source Intelligence

Closed session for law enforcement agency personnel
Cliff Harris

Cyber Owls Education

Aiming to provide law enforcement with the tools and resources to effectively gather information about a certain target, such as a network, web application, organisation or person.
12:45pm Lunch
1:45pm
Room 2, Level 2
Handling digital evidence

Open to all participants
Bryan Franke

CFCE, CEECS, CFSI
President/Founder
2C Solutions LLC

Providing participants with the skills to effectively collect and preserve digital devices and data to ensure data integrity and a transparent chain of custody.
3:15pm Afternoon Tea
3:45pm
Room 2, Level 2
Child Exploitation Internet Unit - New South Wales Police Force

Open to all participants
Richard Long

Detective Sergeant, NSW Police

This presentation will explain the roles and functions of the NSW Police Force Child Exploitation Internet Unit, including a detailed case study highlighting a covert investigation conducted by the unit.
5:15pm Workshops Conclude
02.11

Thursday

Registrations open 8:00am

Time Session Speaker/s Outline
9:00am
Ballroom, Level 3
Introduction and Welcome to Country

Master of Ceremonies

Annabel Crabb

Regular columnist, TV host & leading political commentator

Welcome to Country

Uncle Ray Davison

Gadigal Elder

Walangari Karntawarra

Diramu Aboriginal Dance & Didgeridoo

9:10am
Ballroom, Level 3
Scene setting
Julie Inman Grant

eSafety Commissioner

Martin Cocker

CEO Netsafe

Setting the agenda for the two day event – what we hope you’ll walk away with.
9:30am
Ballroom, Level 3
Being online - What’s the harm?
Justin W Patchin(PhD)

Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Will Gardner

CEO of Childnet International

Facilitator

Annabel Crabb

Regular columnist, TV host & leading political commentator

Exploring the emerging online harms and their impacts in the offline world. What are the implications for those working in the online safety space?
10:15am Morning Tea
10:45am
Ballroom, Level 3
Image-based abuse: Global efforts to prevent and protect

Keynote

Antigone Davis

Head of Global Safety at Facebook

Panel

Maria Vassiliadis

Acting Executive Manager, Office of the eSafety Commissioner

David Wright

Director UK Safer Internet Centre at SWGfL

David Harvey (LLB; MJur; PhD)

Director of the New Zealand Centre for ICT Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Auckland

Nicola Henry

Associate Professor & Vice-Chancellor's Principal Research Fellow in the Centre for Global Research at RMIT University

Facilitator

Nick Abrahams

APAC Innovation Practice Leader, Norton Rose Fulbright

Image-based abuse – what is it, and what combination of approaches will we need to combat it?
11:45am
Ballroom, Level 3
Project Rockit and their Youth Brains Trust
Lucy Thomas

Co-Founder/CEO Project Rockit

Rosie Thomas

Co-Founder/CEO Project Rockit

New from the Rockit team and the Brains Trust.
12:30pm Lunch
1:15pm
Ballroom, Level 3
Life in the online fishbowl
Jane Caro

Social commentator, writer & lecturer

Tim Robards

Chiropractor, human biomechanics enthusiast, TV personality, speaker & educator

Jamila Rizvi

Author, presenter & political commentator.

Carly Findlay

Disability Advocate

Facilitator

Tracey Spicer

Journalist & presenter

High profile Australians share the highs and lows of their social media experiences.
2:00pm
Parallel Session
Ballroom, Level 3
Tuning into teens
Tina Hosseini

Former Youth Commissioner, Victorian Multicultural Commission

Karla Sanders

Director and Co-Founder of Sticks & Stones

Maree Crabbe

Co-founder & Co-ordinator of Reality & Risk: Pornography, young people and sexuality

Facilitator

Annabel Crabb

Regular columnist, TV host & leading political commentator

Are young people so different when it comes to the online world – and how do we get real engagement?
2:00pm
Parallel Session
State Room, Level 2
eSafetyWomen – combatting gendered abuse online
Dr Ranjana Kumari

Director of the Centre for Social Research in Delhi & Chairperson of Women Power Connect

Ginger Gorman

Social justice journalist

Facilitator

Julie Oberin

National Chair of WESNET

Gendered abuse online - leading thinkers share their experiences.
2:45pm
Parallel Session
Ballroom, Level 3
Swiped – dating, sex and relationships in the social media age
Julia Robson

Former Policewoman, licensed Private Investigator & Director of Online Investigations

Craig Mack

Head of Social Media, Colloquial

Fiona Falkiner

Plus-sized Model / Influencer

Facilitator

Jonathan Nicholas

CEO, Reachout

Has social media fundamentally changed our notions of dating, sex and relationships?
2:45pm
Parallel Session
State Room, Level 2
Partners against crime: global approaches to tackling illegal online content
Detective Inspector Jon Rouse

Detective Inspector, Task Force Argos, Queensland Police

Darren Kane

Chief Security Officer, nbnCo

Bindu Sharma

Asia Pacific Policy Director, International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children

Facilitator

Toby Dagg

Manager CyberReport, Office of the eSafety Commissioner

Why does internet enabled crime require a partnership approach? How will changes to technology impact the scope of crime operations globally?
3:30pm Afternoon Tea
4:00pm
Parallel Session
Ballroom, Level 3
Laying the framework: evidence based programs and policies for schools
Lesley Podesta

CEO, Alannah and Madeline Foundation

Dr Yuhyun Park

Founder & Chief Citizen Officer, DQ Institute/Chair infollutionZERO

Susan McLean

Director, Cyber Safety Solutions

Facilitator

Michael Carr-Gregg

High profile psychologist, author & broadcaster

Leading online safety practitioners discuss best practice for schools.
4:00pm
Parallel Session
State Room, Level 2
Human vs Machine: why we need both
Jon Duffy

Head of Trust & Safety at Trade Me, New Zealand

Ross Young

Manager Public Policy, Google, NZ

Matt Tett

CISSP, CISM, CISA, CSEPS, Managing Director, Enex TestLab

Marie Johnson

Managing Director & Chief Digital Officer, Centre for Digital Business Pty Ltd

Facilitator

Brad Howarth

Writer, speaker, facilitator, MC & author on change in technology & society, CRN Australia

Where can technology help in managing online experiences – and where do people need to get involved?
4:45pm
Parallel Session
Ballroom, Level 3
Fake News in the Real World
Zoe Hawkins

Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Leigh Tonkin

Editor, features and context at ABC

Kathleen Reen

Director Public Policy Philanthropy, APAC Twitter

Facilitator

Bruce Wolpe

Advisor & Consultant

Spotting and stopping Fake News.
4:45pm
Parallel Session
State Room, Level 2
Beyond our shores: international approaches to online safety
Parry Aftab, Esq.

Cyberlawyer, Exec. Dir. StopCyberbullying Global and Cybersafety India

Will Gardner

CEO of Childnet International

David Harvey (LLB; MJur; PhD)

Director of the New Zealand Centre for ICT Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Auckland

Facilitator

Marsali Hancock

Executive Director, DQ Institute

Highlighting leading global initiatives in online safety.
5:30pm
Ballroom, Level 3
Wrap up
Julie Inman Grant

eSafety Commissioner

Martin Cocker

CEO Netsafe

Summary of the day’s events.
5:35pm Netsafe Cocktail Event


Join us on the latest playing field for trans-Tasman sporting rivalry - eSport style.

03.11

Friday

Time Session Speaker/s Outline
8:30am
Ballroom, Level 3
Welcome back!
Julie Inman Grant

eSafety Commissioner

Martin Cocker

CEO Netsafe

8:45am
Ballroom, Level 3
The new digital generation: older Australians online
Julie Inman Grant

eSafety Commissioner

Facilitator

Annabel Crabb

Regular columnist, TV host & leading political commentator

A panel of special guests discuss latest research findings about how older Australians are engaging online and get a first look at new content from the eSafety Office tailored for seniors.
9:15am
Ballroom, Level 3
Mythbusters: industry initiatives
Sam Yorke

Policy Counsel, Public Policy & Government, Google

Kara Hinesley

Head of Public Policy and Government, Australia and New Zealand, Twitter

Mia Garlick

Director of Policy Australia and New Zealand, Facebook

Facilitator

Martin Cocker

CEO Netsafe

Busting myths - exploring the latest industry responses to online safety issues.
10:00am Morning Tea
10:30am
Ballroom, Level 3
Where is the love? International research on sexting
David Wright

Director UK Safer Internet Centre at SWGfL

Dianne Gardiner

CEO Bastion Latitude

Daniel Kardefelt Winther

Research coordinator, UNICEF Office of Research

Neil Melhuish

Director of Policy & Research, Netsafe

Facilitator

Susan McLean

Director, Cyber Safety Solutions

Research into young people, sexting and image sharing—what, how and why? The latest findings from Australia, New Zealand, the UK and beyond.
11:15am
Ballroom, Level 3
The power of peers
Tessy Ojo

Chief Executive of The Diana Award

Dr Donna Cross

Collaboration Director & Head of Health Promotion and Education Research, Telethon Kids

Facilitator

Will Gardner

CEO of Childnet International

Peer based approaches to fostering positive change.
12:15pm Lunch
1:15pm
Ballroom, Level 3
Influencing change: building digital respect and resilience
Daniel Kardefelt Winther

Research coordinator, UNICEF Office of Research

Amanda Third

Associate Professor Principal Research Fellow Digital & Cultural Research, Western Sydney University.

Marsali Hancock

Executive Director, DQ Institute

Facilitator

Sonya Ryan

Founder & CEO at The Carly Ryan Foundation

What do we mean when we talk about ‘digital resilience’ – and how do we develop it?
2:15pm Afternoon Tea
2:45pm
Ballroom, Level 3
Leading the way: where to from here?
Tessy Ojo

Chief Executive of The Diana Award

Justin Patchin

Professor of Criminal Justice at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Rick Shera

Netsafe Chair & a leading New Zealand business, information technology & media lawyer

Parry Aftab, Esq.

Cyberlawyer, Exec. Dir. StopCyberbullying Global and Cybersafety India

Rosie Thomas

Co-Founder/CEO Project Rockit

Facilitator

Nick Abrahams

APAC Innovation Practice Leader, Norton Rose Fulbright

With new issues, audiences and technologies, how de we get ahead of the online safety curve?
3:45pm
Ballroom, Level 3
Wrap up: Lessons and key takeaways
Julie Inman Grant

eSafety Commissioner

Martin Cocker

CEO Netsafe

Learnings and key takeaways. Thankyou and see you in New Zealand in 2018.
4:00pm That's A Wrap
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