The Royal Pines Resort, where the AusCERT conference has been held for the past few years.
Scott Charney, vice president of Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing Group, kicking off the conference with his keynote.
The Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) celebrated its 15th birthday this year.
From this viewpoint you can see most of the AusCERT conference floor.
Here's a view of the rest of the show floor.
Roger Grimes, security architect at Microsoft, giving his presentation on why UAC will not stop malware. Watch out for the video interviews with Roger.
In the show tradition, most of the booths at AusCERT had freebies. NetIQ was giving away multicoloured bouncy balls.
AusCERT delegates eating lunch were "policed" by these suspicious looking guys.
AusCERT delegates eating their lunch.
This, believe it or not, is Peter Watson — chief security advisor for Microsoft Australia. The company's theme this year was "Microsoft security rocks", which goes some way to explaining his outfit. (Sorry Peter, we had to publish it!)
The McAfee booth.
Brian Snow used to be the chief scientist for the US National Security Agency (NSA). Look out for our video interview with him.
No show is complete without the booth babes. These ladies were from the BlueCoat stand.