CAUDIT along with AHECS Partners AAF, AARNet, AusCERT and REANNZ with the AHECS Cybersecurity Summit Program Committee are pleased to announce registration is now open for the inaugural AHECS Cybersecurity Summit.
In collaboration with PaceLearning, CAUDIT will facilitate a free, two-hour ‘Powering Up’ session for the alumni of the CAUDIT Managers Program.
The participants of the CAUDIT Managers Program (CMP) have come together to participate in their second round of‘ online group workshops. The sessions explored the themes of ‘Self Mastery’ with a greater focus on 'Resilience', the ‘Art of Influence’ and ‘Straight Talk’, all of which are crucial skills for effective managers to master.
With exposure to leadership foundations, techniques for coaching, building resilience, influencing, and, facilitating difficult conversations, participants are developing highly relevant skills as today's new and experienced managers.
Presentation and Sponsorship submissions for the AHECS Cybersecurity Summit 2020 close soon!
Leading up to 30 September 2020, CAUDIT is working with it’s members to establish a prioritised list of procurement activities to guide activities over the next 12-18 months.
News from the EA Community, Initiatives and EA2020...
AHECS Slack Channel, AHECS CISO Group, and AHECS Partner activities
The Transforming the Collection of Student Information (TCSI) Project provided an update on the impact of COVID-19.
Alan will be remembered for his legacy and the hugely significant role he played in the development of CAUDIT, AARNet, and the AusCERT computer emergency response team, plus the shaping of computing and subsequently IT and then ICT within the University of Queensland and Australian universities.
Update from the sector’s trusted Cyber Threat Intel Sharing Initiative, AusCERT CAUDIT-ISAC
CAUDIT Member Representatives are leading the way in the recognition of the importance of self-care by the inclusion of ‘Building Resilience in Leadership, Innovation and Life’ at the recent Autumn Members Meeting.
The ongoing impact of COVID-19 on the sector requires the assistance of our vendors.
CAUDIT has released its 2020 Top Ten Report which outlines the Top Ten most significant areas of interest, changes over time and opportunities for ICT leaders in 2020 in Australian and New Zealand Higher Education and Research sectors.
2019 data can now be reported until Friday 5 June 2020.
In light of the current economic state and the effects of COVID-19, the THETA Organising Committee along with the partnering Universities have thoughtfully decided to defer this conference from 2021 to 2022. This decision is made with our attendees and members best interest in mind.
News and Updates on the Australasian Higher Education Cybersecurity (AHECS) Initiative
The CAUDIT Leadership Series has been developed by the faculty of the CAUDIT Leadership Institute (CLI) with the aim of bringing the CLI to the sector following the deferral of the program to 2021.
Nominations for the CAUDIT Awards 2020 have now closed. In total we have received 63 submissions (9 more than last year) from 24 member organisations across all 5 categories.
This ensures that the 2020 program goes ahead and that no-one misses out!