The Cyber Security Strategy aims to assess, protect and manage the ever-increasing business risks and threats that are posed to the University in the digital world and by doing so will help to ensure our staff, students and partners are protected throughout their journey with the University.
University’s Current Position
With the ever-increasing digital footprint needed for delivering learning and teaching as well as improving staff efficiency through the use of technology, the University embarked on a multi-year IT Security Programme to improve the cyber security posture of the institution.
The strategy aims to significantly improve the cyber security position of the University in a number of key areas so we as an institution are more secure, informed, aware, reactive and responsive to the ever-increasing cyber threat.
The Cyber Security Strategy and its core themes is designed to improve the security posture of the University and make the institution more secure, informed, aware, reactive and responsive. This is the ultimate position the University needs to be in by 2021.