About the Event
Update: This meeting will NOT take place on 17 May 2023 as the speaker has fallen ill. We will inform all registered attendees when a new date has been set.
We are pleased to announce the 24th meeting of the Australian Sensitive Data Interest Group (AUSDIG). AUSDIG provides an opportunity for anyone interested to discuss the challenges and strategies for managing sensitive data.
This meeting will focus on data classification as the first step in simplifying sensitive data management. Dr Jac Charlesworth, Associate Director of Digital Research at the University of Tasmania, will discuss 2 projects addressing institutional management of sensitive data, both part of the ARDC’s Institutional Underpinnings program. The first involved the development of a new classification framework for research data at the University of Tasmania. This work is now being extended in a second project in collaboration with several other universities, which aims to lay the foundations for discussions about ‘best practice’ minimum controls, requirements, and considerations for securing and sharing research data, especially sensitive data.
Jac heads the Digital Research team at the University of Tasmania and is reponsible for providing eResearch services including high-performance and cloud computing, research data storage, and data archiving capabilities as well as broader data governance.
This session will be recorded. The recording will be provided to all registrants and published online.
Who Should Attend?
This meeting is open to all, especially those in the research, government or health and medical community who work with sensitive data and wish to better and more safely manage, store, analyse and collaborate on it.
Do you have questions about this event? Email [email protected].
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