We miss your work shorts, SecTech Brisbane.

SecTech Roadshow organiser, Monique Keatinge said a third-party unknown to the team was touting the SecTech Roadshow database to manufacturers and distributors across the industry.

According to Keatinge, the SecTech Roadshow database is not, has never been, and will never be for sale, such transactions being a breach of privacy illegal in Australia.

Keatinge said the genuine Sectech Roadshow database has never been used for any purpose external to SecTech Roadshow or co-organiser SEN magazine, nor has it ever been provided to any third party.

“Any pitches from third parties offering the ‘SecTech Roadshow database’ for sale should be immediately forwarded to [email protected] for the actioning of a legal response,” Keatinge said.

“Speaking of SecTech, we are very much looking forward to getting back on the road in 12 months’ time – it’s been far, far too long between nibbles and drinks.”