[2021/10/27] Due to the recent announcements and future dates set for the relaxing on domestic and international border restrictions, the organising committee has made the decision to move our forthcoming event to 21 to 23 February 2022. This event will still be held in a hybrid online/in-person mode, but with the added benefit of an increased proportion of in-person participation.  We hope that you are as excited as us at the possibility to meet in person, even if it means a change in date.

The CSIRO’s Data61 & DSTG Cyber Security Summer School (CSSS) (https://research.csiro.au/csss/), in collaboration with the University of Queensland, is an annual summer school focusing on a range of cyber security topics, bringing the Australian cyber ecosystem together. The CDNG Technology and Science Conference (https://wp.csiro.au/cdng/), in collaboration with Macquarie University, is a first of its kind scientific and technology focused Cyber Defence Conference, with the aim to have the community of Cyber-Security under the “Next Generation Defence Technologies | Cyber Research” program in collaboration with DST-Data61 and partner universities meet together, expose relevant research activities and discuss future collaborations. This year, the two events will jointly be hosted at Customs House Brisbane, 21 to 23 February 2022.

Attendance is free, subject to invitation.

A limited amount of travel support will be available for CSIRO’s Data61 & DSTG students from outside of QLD. [2021/12/14] All scholarship opportunities have been filled for in-person attendance. Students who missed out on this opportunity are encouraged to attend virtually.

Have a question about CSSS and CDNG 2021? Get in contact with the organisers!  Contact Us