CyberCheck.Me has released 3 minute videos to assist SME better secure their business from cyber security risks. The videos were produced by ECU Cyber Security students. The students are now setting about creating 15 minute videos to extend the help.
Professor Craig Valli of ECU says “this is a project that has winners all around, the students get invaluable education and training on delivering presentations not afforded in the regular curriculum. The double down is the SME community gets a resource and the triple threat is that the students are employed to do this, creating employment. It is this sort of grass roots initiative that involves industry, academia and government collaborating to create real impact”
They can be viewed online at the CyberCheck.Me website https://www.cybercheck.me/essentials.html
The Governor was invited to tour the new Cyber Security Operations (CSO) Centre at Edith Cowan University (ECU) Joondalup Campus. Professor Craig Valli, Director, ECU Security Research Institute, Associate Professor Paul Haskell-Dowland, Associate Dean (Computing and Security) and Professor Andrew Woodward, Executive Dean, School of Science guided the Governor through the Southern Hemisphere’s largest CSO Centre within a university. This state of the art CSO opened on 4th February 2020.