Cyber Security Posts

Cyber Security at the top of the class for Digital Smarts Day

Students from MacLeod College and Optus Employees at the Digital Smarts Day
*This article originally appeared on the Optus website. 

School students from across Melbourne learned how to become better digital citizens and prepared for cybersecurity careers when they visited La Trobe University yesterday, as part of an Optus led Digital Smarts Day.

Edith Cowan University Cyber Day Comes To John Curtin College of the Arts

Michelle Ellis of ECU facilitating the Cyber Day at John Curtin College of the Arts

Hosting a one off Cyber Day provides an excellent opportunity for students to be introduced to a potential career in the exciting field of cybersecurity. John Curtin College’s Cyber Day incorporated the ASD CyberEXP, workshops developed by Edith Cowan University and guest speaker Cordelia Mortimer – Lee, a Senior Security Consultant at PwC. A fun filled day was had by all those involved.

Maronite College of the Holy Family Introduces STEM Careers for Y8 Students

Maronite College of the Holy Family Introduces STEM Careers for Y8 Students

As part of a three-day immersive STEM unit, Maronite College of the Holy Family (Parramatta) have introduced the Year 8 cohort of students to career possibilities in the emerging field of cyber security through the ASD CyberEXP program.

Future Careers in STEM Series Coming to Northern Territory in October

Future Careers in STEM Series Coming to Northern Territory in October

The Northern Territory Department of Education and LifeJourney are organising a four-day series in Alice Springs and Darwin, October 16-19, to highlight the critical importance of future careers in STEM for students. The sessions will feature an exciting range of guest speakers from industry and education, along with hands-on workshops for students in drones, coding, robotics, engineering and cyber security.

Melbourne Industry Conference Features  Future Cyber Security Leaders

Melbourne Industry Conference Features Future Cyber Security Leaders

SINET 61, a global series of cyber security conferences for industry leaders, featured its first student perspectives panel discussion during its Melbourne conference on 31 July at the Langham Hotel. The panel was comprised of students currently on a cyber security pathway from a range of institutions in Victoria and curated by LifeJourney.