Cyber threat intelligence

OzCyber Unlocked

Episode 12
Cyber threat intelligence – a deep dive into why it matters

Queensland

Innovation Nodes

About the Node

In June 2020 it was announced that three Cyber Security Innovation Nodes would be established in Brisbane, Townsville and the Sunshine Coast in a partnership between AustCyber, Queensland Government and the Townsville and Sunshine Coast councils. These Nodes will accelerate the growth of the QLD’s cyber security sector in alignment with AustCyber’s national mission. The three QLD Nodes are part of AustCyber’s National Network of Nodes, which fosters and accelerates cyber capability development, innovation and commercialisation across Australia.

The QLD Node works closely with QLD Government, industry, academic and research institutions in QLD. The QLD Node will be guided by an Industry Advisory Group (IAG). The IAG is responsible for promoting the QLD cyber security industry, providing advice and direction to the QLD Node on the implementation of the Node’s work plan.

For the QLD Node, QLD Government’s partnership with AustCyber is an important step in the advancement of the cyber security industry in QLD. The Node will help to strengthen QLD’s position in the booming cyber security sector, drive economic growth, innovations and commercialisations across a range of sectors which will create new jobs and enhance global competitiveness. It will showcase the local cyber skills, while strengthening collaboration between Queensland’s private, public and academic sectors, particularly in the priority areas of defence and the supply chain, advanced manufacturing, health, education and agritech sectors.

 

Explore the Queensland Nodes

Sunshine Coast          Townsville

In partnership with:

Queensland Government
  • Defence and the supply chain
  • Advanced manufacturing
  • Health
  • Education
  • Agritech

About the Brisbane Node Manager

Louisa Partridge has been the Manager of the Queensland Cyber Security Innovation Node since September 2020, focused on building a collaborative and strong cyber security industry within QLD and working closely with the Sunshine Coast and Townsville Nodes.

For the last 15 years, Louisa has worked for cyber security vendors most recently as the General Manager of Marketing – Cyber Security at Telstra.  Her strength and passion is in helping brands grow in-market, developing strategic marketing plans, creating amazing customer experiences, building ecosystems and partnerships and launching leading products and services.

She is also the Co-Founder and Director of Women Speak Cyber – a social enterprise that encourages diversity and empowers women in the cyber security industry to find their voice.

Contact the Node

PO Box 702, New Farm QLD 4005

AustCyber’s National Network of Cyber Security Innovation Nodes

  • Townsville
      • Defence industry and the supply chain
      • Medtech and telehealth
      • Mining technology and services
      • Advanced manufacturing
      • Agriculture
      • Education
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  • Sunshine Coast Innovation Node
      • Defence industry and supply chains
      • Medtech and digital health
      • Mining technology and services
      • Advanced manufacturing
      • Agriculture
    More information
  • Brisbane innovation node
      • Defence and the supply chain
      • Advanced manufacturing
      • Health
      • Education
      • Agritech
    More information
  • New South Wales
      • Industry 4.0
      • Digitisation
      • Cyber workforce development
      • Financial services
    More information
  • Canberra Innovation Node
      • Tertiary and research sector
      • Defence industry
      • Renewable energy
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  • Tasmania
      • Smart cities
      • Internet of things
      • Marine technology
    More information
  • Western Australia Innovation Hub
      • Mining
      • Oil and gas services
      • Agritech
    More information
  • South Australia Innovation Node
      • Defence industry and the supply chain
      • Autonomous systems
      • Space industry
      • Digital health
    More information