Aligning strategy, workforce and technology – Deloitte January 2019 This is the third edition of the 'Digital Disruption Index'.Digital maturity is not just about technology and it is not just about what technology enables. Digitally maturing organisations are able to adapt and align their strategy, workforce, culture and technology to meet ongoing digital advances in a way that other organisations struggle to achieve. This article by Deloitte’s outlines the characteristics that distinguish them. Aligning strategy, workforce and technology – Deloitte January 2019 eBook Link
Your guide to bridging the analytics skills gap - SAS A persistent skills gap plagues employers in all major industries, spurring SAS to provide additional resources that support the next generation of analytical talent. But we know the skills gap can mean different things to different people. This e-book features interviews with those who employ, possess, and educate analytics talent. Keep reading to learn how employers, educators and students are working to fill the analytics skills gap. Your guide to bridging the analytics skills gap link
Rethinking the digital dividend: Government needs to deliver better citizen digital experiences. Deloitte and Adobe. Australian government agencies are making the transition to digital experience platforms. Improved digital experiences have higher levels of satisfaction and can improve perceptions of government effectiveness and trust. This is important because trust in the Federal Government has been declining - from 49% in 2015 to just 42% in 2019. And while trust can wax and wane over time for a variety of reasons, Australia currently sits within the ranks of 16 national governments worldwide that are more distrusted than trusted (Edelman, 2019). This eBook suggest that Governments need to renew their commitment to digital transformation – not with more 'IT projects' - but by focusing on improving and simplifying citizen experiences of government services, though better use of data and build digital platforms that support it. Rethinking the digital dividend link
Guide to Developing a National Cybersecurity Strategy - ITU The National Cybersecurity Strategy Guide, is aimed at providing an aggregated and harmonised set of principles and good practices on the development, establishment and implementation of national cybersecurity strategies. Facilitated by ITU, twelve partners from the public and private sectors, academia and civil society agreed to share their experience, knowledge and expertise, producing a Guide that gathers existing know-how from the participating organisations as well as providing references to complementary publications, in order to ease access to available resources. Cybersecurity is a fundamental factor in achieving socio-economic development. Yet, only seventy-six countries around the world have, publicly available, national cybersecurity strategies. It is therefore imperative to boost efforts to produce them. As the title suggests, the objective of the Guide is to instigate strategic thinking and help national leaders and policy-makers to develop, establish and implement national cybersecurity strategies Guide to Developing a National Cybersecurity Strategy - ITU Link
MMC Cyber Handbook 2018, Perspectives on the next wave of cyber – Published by Marsh & McLennan Companies – Global Risk Centre
Cyber risk continues to grow as technology innovation increases and societal dependence on information technology expands. A new and important turning point has been reached in the struggle to manage this complex risk. In the war between cyber attackers and cyber defenders, we have reached what Winston Churchill might call "the end of the beginning". This 75-page document is broken up into three sections these are:
Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity – National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) - Published March 2017
This PowerPoint slide pack by NIST outlines the Cybersecurity Framework:
Includes a set of standards, methodologies, procedures, and processes that align policy, business, and technological approaches to address cyber risk
Provides a prioritized, flexible, repeatable, performance-based, and cost-effective approach, including information security measures and controls, to help owners and operators of critical infrastructure identify, assess, and manage cyber risk.
Identifies areas for improvement to be addressed through future collaboration with particular sectors and standards-developing organizations.
Is consistent with voluntary international standards
A selection of videos on Security and Collaboration from The Information Innovation @ UTS - Security & Collaboration