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 BHERT 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 2017 BHERT Awards will be held on Tuesday 21 November at the Park Hyatt Melbourne. Applications for an award can be submitted now. For application guidelines and award categories, go to:
In early 2017, BHERT Member Cisco took 17 senior executives from 13 Australian universities to Israel, one of the world’s leading start-up nations, and Sweden, now a centre for innovation and digitalisation. Following the tour, Cisco has released an insightful report on global best practice collaboration between industry and universities, to stimulate new partnerships and opportunities for Australia. Download the full report here.
BHERT's CEO Dr Peter Binks discussed effective collaborative partnerships in Australia in an article for The Weekly Times (19th July) entitled "Universities and companies gain from working together". He highlighted the effectiveness of university accelerator or incubator programs in helping to develop small businesses. Dr Binks reiterated BHERT's mission to celebrate excellence in collaboration where recognition is not always forthcoming.
The full article can be read here.
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