Australian Sensitive Data Interest Group Meeting 24: Sensitive Data Platforms Australia – SeRP

Join this meeting to hear from the SeRP team about their secure research environment and what they have learned from onboarding a range of different projects.
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About the Event

We’re pleased to announce the 24th meeting of the Australian Sensitive Data Interest Group (AUSDIG). AUSDIG provides an opportunity for anyone interested in discussing the challenges and strategies for managing sensitive data.

This meeting will focus on Sensitive Data Platforms Australia – SeRP. Supported by ARDC co-investment, SeRP is a multi-institutional national collaboration aiming to deliver a secure, trusted and scalable environment for data governance, control and management services for data custodians. It also aims to deliver secure remote data analysis environments for research users.

In this session, we’ll discuss the aims of the project and what we’ve achieved so far. We’ll outline some of the projects onboarded to showcase the range of different projects and how they can benefit from using a secure research environment (SRE). We’ll also address some of the challenges and the lessons learnt throughout the onboarding process.

This session will be recorded. The recording will be provided to all registrants and published online.


  • Vibeke Catts, UNSW Sydney
  • Mat Ishac, Monash University
  • Juliana Villa, Monash University

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.


A recording of this event is now available:

Do you have questions about this event? Email [email protected].