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Tim Lane (SCU) and Ashley Deuble (Griffith) are continuing to work with the CoP to progress a range of initiatives in support of a Information Sharing and Analysis Centre (ISAC) related functions...
Tim Lane (SCU) and Ashley Deuble (Griffith Uni) attended and presented last week at the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) conference in Canberra a paper titled ‘Cyber Security Intelligence Sharing in the Australian University Sector’.
Chair of the CAUDIT Cybersecurity Community of Practice, Tim Lane (SCU) attended an invited event by ACS to a Cybersecurity round table...
AusCERT ISAC proposal - an informal working party has been formed via the CoP and continues to meet regularly with AusCERT via Zoom to input and monitor progress on the AusCERT ISAC proposal. A key milestone date is for the CAUDIT Executive Committee to consider the ISAC service proposal and advise whether there is a minimum of 25 institutions that wish to use the service (and if yes to identify the institutions).
Chair of the CAUDIT Cybersecurity Community of Practice has undertaken a research based study tour to the USA to visit key Cybersecurity threat intelligence and research institutions...
The CAUDIT Cybersecurity CoP are collaborating on two initiatives. One is the CAUDIT Top Ten issue of ‘Information Security’ and the other is working in conjunction with CAUDIT and AusCERT on AusCERT’s proposed Information sharing Analysis Centre (ISCAC).
Tim Lane, Manager, Client Services and Security, Southern Cross University and Chair of the CAUDIT Cybersecurity Community, spoke at the CAUDIT Autumn Members Meeting on Thursday 7th April 2016.
EDUCAUSE is hosting the 14th Annual Security Professionals Conference on 18-20 April 2016, at the Westin Seattle Hotel in Seattle, Washington.
The theme for the conference is Data, Intelligence, Risk and Value: Security and Privacy in Higher Ed. More information is available at the conference website (http://www.educause.edu/events/security-professionals-conference).
A site visit to AusCERT was undertaken on Tuesday 1st September, followed by the QUDIT ICT Security CoP Meeting and a higher education security workshop at QUT on Wednesday 2nd September. 8 Universities participated in the workshop (ACU, CQU, Federation, Griffith, JCU, QUT, SCU and UQ).
The workshop identified 4 main areas of findings representing both challenges and required responses, summarized as:
The CAUDIT Cybersecurity Community serves as both a strategic and functional vehicle. Engagement by the CoP will focus on trends, risks, threats, impacts, controls and good practices associated with all aspects of cybersecurity related to people, process and technology.