Australian Information Industry Association
About the Security SIG
The 2013 AIIA Member Survey identified that 41.7% of the members surveyed were interested in ICT Security and 33% interested in Cyber Safety as a future Event topic.
The national Security SIG has been established to give AIIA members a forum to discuss Security issues, exchange ideas, contribute to Security policy development and identify opportunities for the effective application if ICT Security solutions.
The Security SIG actively identifies key issue areas within ICT Security in Australia, and facilitates work on policy and advocacy projects in order to address these issues in collaboration with both industry and Government.
The Security SIG holds monthly meetings by teleconference, on the 2nd Friday of each month from 12-1pm to discuss current ICT Security issues. Please register your interest with AIIA contacts below to attend the meetings.
The objective of the Security SIG is to identify and address ICT security issues in Australia. Additionally it aims to promote best practice security application amongst industry and Government organisations.
Current areas of focus include:
- Identification of ICT Security issues within Australia and globally
- Consultation with Federal Government and industry stakeholders on the Federal Government’s 2015 Cyber Security Review - you can view AIIA's response to the Dept. of Prime Minister and Cabinet
- Creation of policy submissions and advocacy work (i.e. White Papers) as opportunities are available
- Discussions with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (AIOC) and other relevant Government bodies
- Actively growing membership in order to enhance the discussions and facilitate more effective advocacy on behalf of ICT security in Australia.
- AIIA Executive Contact: Kim Hicks