CAUDIT leads the Australasian Higher Education Cybersecurity Service (AHECS), a higher education sector collective that leverages the capabilities and expertise of its partner entities to strengthen the overall cybersecurity posture of the sector. AHECS also acts as a central body, representing the sector on cybersecurity issues.
AHECS’s purpose is aligned to the principles of being stronger together and ‘all boats lift on a rising tide’. Each partner brings unique strengths and services to AHECS, to form a collective developed specifically for the sector by the sector which addresses capability gaps and helps defend the sector from continuously evolving cybersecurity threats.
In addition to CAUDIT, AHECS partners include AAF (Australian Access Federation authentication and identity verification), AARNet (Australia’s national research and education network and provider of a portfolio of cyber security services), AusCERT (Australia’s Cybersecurity Emergency Response Team), and REANNZ (New Zealand’s national research and education network and Cybersecurity Emergency Response Team).
The Australasian Higher Education Cybersecurity Service (AHECS) collective operates as an efficient vehicle for sharing cyber security expertise and threat intelligence across the sector, promoting and simplifying access to sector-specific cyber security services and representing the sector on cybersecurity issues.
CAUDIT members have access to discounted rates for Cybermindz wellbeing courses which are delivered using the Integrative Restoration (iRest) protocol.
iRest is an effective, safe, trauma-aware, evidence-based program which effectively builds mental and emotional resilience, and alleviates anxiety, insomnia, chronic pain, depression, post-traumatic- stress (PTSD), and chemical dependency.
CAUDIT acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands where we live, learn and work. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and celebrate the stories, culture and traditions of all First Nations people.