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Online Safety Tech Conference
Breaking Glass Ceilings and Building Bridges is a trans-Tasman tech conference that zeros in on the human factor of the online experience, the good, the bad and the ugly.
With a stellar line up of 23 inspiring international and New Zealand speakers and trailblazers who are leading the way globally in online safety technology development, analysis and policy for public good, this is a rare chance to hear from, and meet the people directly contributing to some of the world’s most innovative developments to combat online harm.
Take part in some of the most important conversations of our time and connect with other delegates and sponsors working in the broader field globally, including senior representatives from Meta, Microsoft, One New Zealand and TikTok.
Find out how tech is being used to tackle some of the most pressing issues in the online landscape, including countering violent extremism through the Moonshot method, the evolution of PhotoDNA technology, misinformation, AI and future technologies, and more.
Dive into the human factor, with insightful sessions covering what’s being done to combat online Sextortion, Māori perspectives, Pacific Nations and LGBTQIA+.
The many facets of online harm impact us all, in a personal and professional capacity. This conference is highly relevant to all organisations and businesses that have an online presence or rely on digital channels and products to reach or service customers. It is relevant to all people.
Netsafe is pleased to offer our members a special delegate rate of $500, which includes two full conference days (24, 25 October) all catering, and access to sponsor functions hosted by Meta and One New Zealand.
Click here to register now (check the box for Netsafe member to access this pricing)
Te Pae Christchurch
Co-hosted by Netsafe and Australia’s eSafety Commissioner