An Overview of Cyber Security and Asset Management Standards in the Australian Mining and Minerals Sector
RMIT University Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CCSRI) was commissioned by the Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JASANZ) to examine the effectiveness of three ISO and ISO-IEC Standards (AS ISO/IEC 27001; AS ISO/IEC550001 and AS ISO 22301) in the mining and minerals sector, benefits of implementing these Standards, and barriers to their implementation.
Australian Women in Cyber Security: A Case Study
Cyber security plays an increasingly critical role in government, business and education sectors. A key factor to achieving a thriving, robust cyber security sector includes having a diverse and inclusive workforce, representing a wide range of social, cultural and professional experiences. This is particularly important currently with ongoing skills shortages and high demand in this field.
RMIT welcomes AUS4ASEAN delegation
For the third time this year, the RMIT Centre for Cyber Security Research and Innovation (CCSRI) is hosting the Australia Awards program, AUS4ASEAN Improving the Digital Readiness and Resilience of TVET Systems in ASEAN, funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).
RMIT University hosts the Lithuanian President as a part of the ALCRN (Australian Lithuanian Cyber Research Network)
The President of Lithuania, His Excellency, Mr Gitanas Nausėda, visited RMIT University this week on Wednesday 18th October as a part of his trip to the Asia Pacific region. The president was accompanied by an academic delegation of leaders from 7 of Lithuania’s top academic institutions.