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All sessions were conducted on the virtual conference platform, and all but one session has been recorded to access on-demand after the event.

Day One

Times are listed here in Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).

Time AEDTSession
07.00 - 08.45 Skills Building Sessions
08.45 - 08.55 Welcome
09.00 - 09.10 Formal Conference Opening & Acknowledgement of Traditional Land Owners
Dr Phil Kowalick, AIPIO President
09.15 - 09.30 Setting the Scene
David Irvine AO, AIPIO Patron
09.35 - 10.15 Keynote Address: Gen Z is Here - And They're Not Millennials! 
Jamie Belinne, University of Houston
10.20 - 11.00 COVID-19, Pandemics and Health Intelligence & Security
Prof. Raina MacIntyre, Kirby Institute UNSW
11.00 - 11.25 Break and Meet the Exhibitors
11.25 - 11.55 The Modern Intelligence Professional's Toolbox
David Conceicao, Futurum Global
12.00 - 12.30 Communicating With Influence
Dr John Buckley, HSM Training & Consultancy
12.30 - 13.10 Break and Meet the Exhibitors
13.10 - 13.40 Changing Dynamics of Terrorism
Leanne Close APM
, Australian Strategic Policy Institute
13.45 - 14.15 David Irvine AO interviewed by Chief Political Correspondent Karen Middleton, The Saturday Paper
  People Technology Practice
14.20 - 14.50 Developing the Intelligence Workforce: A Certification and Accreditation Framework for Australian Intelligence Professionals
Stephen Beaumont AM, Security Programs Consultant
Malicious and Ethical Hacking: The Road to a Trusted Ecosystem
Linda Cavanagh
A Conceptual Framework for Intelligence Capability
Brett Peppler
Intelligent Futures Pty Ltd
14.55 - 15.25 Meeting the Needs of the 21st Century Intelligence Consumer
Prof. James Howcroft,
International Intelligence Security Analyst
Understanding Contemporary Online Intelligence and Investigations
Evan Kohlmann,
The Importance of Understanding HUMINT
Dr John Buckley,

HSM Training & Consultancy
15.25 - 15.55 Break and Meet the Exhibitors
15.55 - 16.25 Who Are We? The Professional Identity of Security Risk Intelligence Analysts in the Private Sector
Dalene Duvenage
Buckingham University Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies
Intelligence Skills and Methods: Finding Things in a Technological World
Kim Valois, Flinders University
Thirty Seconds to Mars, Maria Sharapova and #MH17: OSINT, Influence Paradigms and Strategic Multilayer Assessment
Tom Sear
UNSW Canberra Cyber Security
16.30 - 17.00 Building An Intelligence Team For The 21st Century
Dorothy Seidel Hooke, AIPIO
Cyber Threat Intelligence: Driving Strategic Decision Making
Kevin Cleary
Cyber Threat Intelligence Professional
Data Storytelling: Finding Insight and Inspiring Action
Shawn Callahan
18.00 - 19.30 Trivia Tuesday & AIPIO Annual Awards

* this session was not recorded for on-demand access after the conference - it was only available live

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Day Two

Times are listed here in Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT).

Time AEDTSession
07.00 - 08.55 Skills Building Sessions
09.00 - 09.05 Welcome
09.10 - 09.50 Keynote Address: Empowering the Intelligence Work Force
Suzanne Wilson Heckenberg
, Intelligence and National Security Alliance
09.55 - 10.25 People, Practice and Technology - Taking an Enterprise Approach to Defence Intelligence
Christopher Hewett
, Defence Intelligence Group
10.30 - 11.00 Partnering AI Technologies With The Intelligence Workforce
Carl Wöcke
, Merlynn Intelligence Technologies
11.00 - 11.30 Break and Meet the Exhibitors
11.30 - 12.00 Future Shocks: Balancing Today's Pressure with Emerging Futures
Katherine Van Gurp
12.05 - 12.35 Staying Ahead of the Game: Criminal Intelligence Tradecraft in 2020
Michael Phelan APM,
Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission 
12.40 - 13.10 The Expanding Role of Financial Intelligence 
Chris Collett, AUSTRAC 
13.10 - 13.50 Break and Meet the Exhibitors
  People Technology Practice
13.50 - 14.20 The International Spy Museum: Four Artifacts, Four People, Four 21st Century Lessons
Dr Andrew Hammond
International Spy Museum, Wilson Center
Towards the 3.0 Intelligence Professional: New Tech Developments Redefining Our Work
Dr John Coyne
At The Nexus Of Human and Non-Human Actors: Biosecurity Intelligence
Pierre Skorich
Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment
14.25 - 14.55 Defining Core Competencies for Analysts
Randy Pherson
Applying Industry AI and Machine Learning for Intelligence Operations
Grant Joy, Protegas Australia &
Jake Carroll
, Airus
Bias and Human Profiling
Anne-Maree Quarmby
Intelligence Rising
15.00 - 15.30 People in Intelligence: Consistency and Change in the 21st Century
Janet Evans
Evans Consulting
Augmented Intelligence for Multi-Agency Collaboration in UK Policing
Paul GibsonBAE Systems &
Richard Thorburn, BAE Systems Applied Intelligence
Social Media Interactions, Influence, Online Radicalisation and Conversation Analysis
Dr Matteo Farina
Flinders University
15.30 - 15.50 Break and Meet the Exhibitors
15.50 - 16.20 To Have Alternatives, You Must Be Able To Think Of Them: The Future Intelligence Practitioner
Prof. Sabrina Magris
École Universitaire Internationale
with Fellow Researchers Ilaria Lamonato and Perla Di Gioia, École Universitaire Internationale
Managing Trade Risks by Combining Traditional Analytics with Human Judgement
Dr Scott Jones
, Stimson Center, Tradesecure LLC
The Problem of Tradecraft
Dr John Fahey
Cynergex Group
16.25 - 17.15 The Great AIPIO Annual Debate
Technology will replace the intelligence professional in the workplace
In the age of big data with machines and algorithms needed to process torrents of information, is the intelligence professional needed? In the near future will decision makers be able to simply interrogate their own, tailored filters and smart ‘agents’ to provide the assessment and intelligence judgements they need? What do you think? Come to the Great Debate to find the answers to these questions.
Adjudicator: Stephen Beaumont AM
Affirmative Team: Dr Tim Van Gelder, Vince Houghton, Zena Assaad
Negative Team: Asanga Lokusooriya, Dan Holman, Steve Longford
17.20 - 17.30 Intelligence International 2021 Conference & Exhibition Presentation
Gill Wilson, 2021 Conference Convenor, & International Affiliate Associations
17.30 - 17.45 Conference Summary & Close 
Dr Phil Kowalick, AIPIO President

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