29 - 31 October 2019
International Convention Centre Sydney
The new CEBIT Australia has been totally reimagined to reflect the universality of tech in everything we do, everyday! Whether you work in IT, operations, marketing, sales, HR, government, health or education, you’ll be richly rewarded by attending.
A CEBIT like you haven’t experienced before. Content that connects you with great minds, activations that expand your thinking and networking that exceeds your expectations.
CEBIT Australia is all about facilitating connections for business and personal growth; whether through technology or an old-fashioned handshake, we will be working hard to make sure you meet the right people.
Stephen Attenborough leads commercial activities for Virgin Galactic, part of Sir Richard Branson’s Virgin Group, which is on track to become the world’s first passenger-carrying commercial spaceline.Stephen was invited by Richard to join Virgin Galactic as the company’s first full time employee in 2004 to put in place the commercial foundations of the business and to create a new market for private space travel. He now leads the company’s commercial activities, covering brand management, sales, marketing and communications, customer relations, education and outreach, as well as partnerships for the human spaceflight business.Read More
Dr Catriona Wallace has been recognised by the Australian Financial Review as the Most Influential Woman in Business & Entrepreneurship (2018). Catriona has also achieved Advance Australia’s highest award in Technology & Innovation for Australians working abroad and recently won the FinTech Leader and Overall Excellence in Finance award by Women in Finance (2018). Catriona has been named among the Top 9 Female Entrepreneurs by the Sydney Morning Herald and Top 30 Women redefining business by Womens’ Agenda.Read More
Professor Michelle Simmons is a Laureate Fellow and Director of the Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology (CQC2T), at the University of New South Wales, Sydney. She is also the founder of Silicon Quantum Computing Pty Ltd, Australia’s first quantum computing company and has developed unique technologies world-wide to build electronic devices in silicon at the atomic scale. She is internationally renowned for creating the field of atomic electronics and her team is leading the global race to develop a quantum computer in silicon.Read More
Kriti Sharma is an Artificial Intelligence expert and a leading global voice on ethical technology and its impact on society. In addition to advising global businesses on AI, she focuses on AI for Social Good. Kriti has experience managing global Machine Learning and Digital products in regulated industries and has been leading chatbot projects for various social causes, from productivity to inequality to domestic abuse, in over 25 countries.Read More
Mikko Hypponen is a widely regarded security expert whose research has been featured in The New York Times, Wired and Scientific American. He has lectured at the universities of Oxford, Stanford, and Cambridge. In addition to his ongoing research, Hypponen also serves as curator for the Malware Museum at the Internet Archive. Mikko works as the Chief Research Officer for F-Secure.Read More
As the relentless pace of reinvention continues, the most successful organisations are those that use technology to put the customer at the heart of their transformation. Join a series of deep dives and case studies exploring how technology and innovation is impacting on customer experience.
Whether you’re a start-up, scale-up, SME or large enterprise, the drive to grow hasn’t changed, but the pace and the tools certainly have! Come and see how innovation is priming businesses for even faster growth and learn how leaders are applying friction-reducing technologies.
Data is the ‘new oil’ and security is a key feature. As every facet of personal and business life becomes digitised as highly sensitive data, breaches can be devastating. Join the discussion about new challenges both technical and ethical and review the newest technologies that keep our data secure and our businesses protected.
How do you lead an organisation where employees at all levels choose roles based on flexibility and variety? How do you ensure your own skills will be relevant in the years to come? Participate in the latest thinking by governments, businesses and education providers as they grapple with ways to prepare workforces for a hard-to-predict future.
Technology has the power to enhance the way we live. People with disabilities are using technology to improve their everyday lives, companies are building digital services in a way that is more accessible and ensuring digital inclusion. Across our communities technology is working to make cities safer and less congested. Learn about the very best side of the potential of technology, and how it is changing lives for the better.
We're just starting to understand the wide-reaching implications that Artificial Intelligence and Blockchain will have for business and society, and becoming more aware that rules and standards are needed now for the years to come. What role should we play in creating and applying the right ethical and regulatory frameworks? Join us to look at the present and future applications of both these technologies through use cases and studies of exciting business and industrial applications.