Develop your understanding of information security principles and cyber security risks as well as cultivate an appreciation of the current cyber threat landscape

What you will learn

An understanding of cyber security as a risk to technology, data and business objectives.

The application and relevance of information security principles to the design and operation of secure systems.

An understanding of how the ubiquitous integration of systems aggregates cyber risks.

An appreciation of the current cyber threat landscape.

An awareness of major cyber security controls (access control, cryptography, network filtering etc.)

An appreciation of security management practices – good protection is unlikely without sound management.

Who will benefit

  • IT managers.
  • Project managers.
  • Business continuity professionals.
  • School managerial staff.
  • IT helpdesk and support staff.
  • Associated professionals with an IT background.

You will receive a certificate of course completion, copy of the slides, and checklist of actions.

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Course details

Number of attendeesTotal of 20 participants
Agenda2 half-day instructor-led online course.
ProgramCourse can be tailored to an individual schools' availability
  • $320.00 incl. GST per person.
  • Group booking $3,700.00 incl. GST (minimum 10)
Offer for principalIf two teachers from a school sign up, the principal can attend for free. Please have the principal email UQSchoolsNet with the teachers’ names to confirm attendance
Topics covered
  • ICT
  • Using data
Standards covered
  • Know the content and how to teach it.
  • Engage in professional learning.
  • Engage professionally with colleagues, parents/carers and the community.
Hours of CPD activity8 hours


Delivery mode: Online.
Cost: $320.00 incl. GST

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