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Australian Information Security Association (AISA) recognises. BAE Systems Detica as Information Security Employer of the Year

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BAE Systems Detica was recognised as Information Security Employer of the Year at the 2013 Australian Information Security Association (AISA) awards.

Young gun Christina Camilleri wins Information Security Rookie of the Year
 
BAE Systems Detica was recognised as Information Security Employer of the Year at the 2013 Australian Information Security Association (AISA) awards. The ceremony took place on 10th October at the AISA National Conference Gala Dinner.
 
BAE Systems Detica won Information Security Employer of the Year for the second year in a row. The award is based on votes from AISA’s membership of more than 1500 information security industry professionals. The company delivers information intelligence solutions to government and commercial customers and develops solutions to strengthen national security and resilience.
 
The Australian Information Security Association (AISA) is the largest non-profit industry body for the information security profession in Australia. Formed in 1999, AISA aims to foster and promote the development of the information security industry and encourage the professional development of its members.
 
Richard Watson, managing director of BAE Systems Detica, Asia Pacific and the Middle East said:
 
“It is great to be acknowledged as an employer of choice for the second year in a row. BAE Systems Detica is the largest information security practice in Australia with over 200 specialist employees. The business continues to invest in its capabilities and people. For example employees are given $5,000 and five days off per year towards professional development. The company also holds dedicated research days and runs a range of in-house training sessions.”
 
BAE Systems Detica also won a second award at the ceremony. Christina Camilleri, associate consultant, security testing at BAE Systems Detica was announced Information Security Rookie of the Year.
 
Richard Watson said: “This is great recognition of Christina’s work and contribution to the information security industry, so early on in her working life. She demonstrated her passion for the industry by attending conferences and participating in social engineering competitions while still at high school and in her first year-and-a-half at university. Christina has already made a massive contribution to the team at BAE Systems Detica and it is obvious to her clients and colleagues that she has a very promising career ahead of her in the information security industry.
 
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Media Contacts:
 
Kathryn Bramwell, Recognition PR
Tel:02 9252 2266
Email:kbl@recognition.com.au
 
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About BAE Systems Detica
 
AE Systems Detica delivers information intelligence solutions to government and commercial customers and develops solutions to strengthen national security and resilience.
 
Detica is part of BAE Systems, a global defence, aerospace and security company with approximately 90,000 employees worldwide.
 
BAE Systems delivers a wide range of products and services for air, land and naval forces, as well as advanced electronics, security, information technology solutions and customer support services. For more information, please visit www.baesystems.com