CompTIA ANZ Community

Get Involved 

Network with business leaders to discuss opportunities and challenges, gain insight into the direction of our industry, and help shape the technology channel of tomorrow. CompTIA company membership in Australia and New Zealand includes belonging to the ANZ Community.

If you’re not a member, join here or contact us at [email protected] for more information.

Join a Committee

Members of the ANZ Community can choose to get involved with one or more committees dedicated to an important technology industry topic. Committee members participate in initiatives, provide thought leadership and work together to solve common business problems. Current ANZ Committees include:

  • Cybersecurity Committee: Focused on helping tech businesses strengthen and build a cybersecurity strategy
  • Emerging Technology Committee: Focused on identifying business use cases for transformative technology solutions
  • Managed Services Committee: Focused on sharing best practices and business strategies for managed services providers

ANZ Community members can log into the member portal and opt in to participate in committees.


What We Stand For

The ANZ Community supports and advances the tech industry and business community in the region. We help our members build and expand their businesses while growing tomorrow’s thriving ANZ IT channel.

How We’re Making an Impact

We create an environment where community members can collaborate, exchange ideas and network with peers in the industry to foster business success. We are building the ecosystem of tomorrow that will drive stronger business outcomes and more profitable ANZ technology businesses. To do this we focus on five key objectives:

  • Educate our members on best practices to grow and manage a technology business.
  • Provide networking opportunities for members.
  • Provide thought leadership, guidance and insight for our members.
  • Establish ourselves as the primary independent certification body for technology.
  • Contribute to philanthropic activities for underrepresented groups in technology.


Every regional community is guided by an executive council, made up of leaders chosen from the community by community members. The executive council, which includes a chair and vice chair, collaborates with CompTIA to establish the community's priorities, initiatives and strategies.

Daniel Johns

Daniel Johns


Principal Security Consultant,


Angela Conlon

Vice Chair

Distribution Account Manager,

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