A recent survey reported that over 60% of organisations had been breached in 2015. This suggests that all organisations, no matter their size need to have a cyber incident response plan in place. In this issue of The B/HERT News we invited experts in the field of cybersecurity to offer their knowledge on how you can shape your organisation's actions to the ever-changing digital landscape.
The 2016 BHERT Awards were announced at the Awards Dinner on Tuesday 15 November in Melbourne. Thank you to all award applicants and attendees for a successful Awards Dinner celebrating great collaborative projects! See the:
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BHERT is the only national organisation with members who are leaders in tertiary education, business, industry and research institutions.
BHERT adds value through its unique membership, its engagement on policy issues with government and its commitment to better business/education outcomes through collaboration.
BHERT, established in 1990, is a not-for-profit organisation.
ACEEU is a council dedicated to promoting entrepreneurial and engaged universities. Dr Sharon Winocur, contributed to its inaugural publication, INSIGHT, with an article about 'Engagement in Australia - Creating the Lucky Country'.
Read BHERT's submission to the Australian Research Council's request for feedback on engagement and impact of the National Science and Innovation Agenda. It will be published alongside other submissions on the ARC website at www.arc.gov.au.
BHERT is pleased to welcome Dr Peter Binks as its incoming CEO, succeeding Dr Sharon Winocur. Peter’s broad experience in the corporate and university sectors has informed his understanding of the value of innovation, and shaped his commitment to collaboration.