Join us online on Thursday 11 May as we focus on implementing sector guidance on managing security-related issues in international research, innovation, campuses and information.
This conference will bring together experts that have been key in developing best practices and resources to support providers in embedding a culture of security-mindedness and how to protect themselves, their staff and their students.
We will also be highlighting case studies on how the numerous guidelines available have been used by universities to support their risk management processes.
We will be addressing topics such as:
- Protecting your reputation and values
- Protecting your people
- Protecting your campuses
- Protecting your partnerships
- Trusted research
Why should you attend?
This online one-day conference will help you build on your understanding of what is needed to strengthen vigilance and capitalise on the opportunities presented by international partnerships, as well as a wide range of opportunities to network, discuss, and make connections with colleagues within the sector.
You will also be able to access the recordings of the sessions after the event, including any sessions which you were unable to attend live. Please note, due to the sensitive nature of some topics and policies of a few organisations that speakers are representing, not all the sessions are able to be recorded. This will be marked clearly on the agenda.
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Who should attend?
This conference is open to all with an interest in this topic. However, it will be particularly useful for those involved in setting strategies or establishing policies and processes.
Relevant job titles include:
- Chief Operating Officers
- Chief Data and Information Officers
- Chief Compliance Officers
- Academic Registrars
- Pro-Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation/Enterprise
- Pro-Vice-Chancellor International
- Director/Head of Research and Innovation/Enterprise
- Director/Head of International
- Director/Head of Planning
- Partnerships Manager
- Associate Dean
- Principal Researcher
- Lecturer/Senior lecturer
- Policy Analyst
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