Costs Considerations in Refreshing Vulnerable IT Networks John Leahy Virtually all IT networks must deal with the growing threat of cybersecurity intrusion and yet retain sufficient features to meet mission needs. Many IT network components are close to, if not past, their end of life. This presentation will provide a high level view of alternatives analysis focused on the cost of a network refresh with secure, state of the art components. Topics include different approaches to network refresh and assessment of stakeholder interests.
An eligible nominee standing for election. Candidate for Graduation Candidate for Graduation A person who applies to graduate on the basis of having satisfied all the prescribed requirements; Candidate HDR A person whose application to enrol in a HDR is accepted by the University.
Carer Carer A person on whom another person is wholly or substantially dependent for ongoing care and attention other than a person who provides that care and attention wholly or substantially on a commercial basis. Chair The person elected or appointed to preside at a meeting of a University Body Child A person under 18 years of age.
Child Abuse Child Abuse All forms of physical, emotional or mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, maltreatment or exploitation, including sexual abuse. Child exploitation Child exploitation One or more of the following: Child-related work Child-related work Work that involves an activity with a child where the contact would reasonably be expected as a normal part of the activity and the contact is not incidental to the activity.
Working includes volunteering or other unpaid work. Collection Collection Includes any means by which the University obtains Personal or Health Information including information that is volunteered incidentally obtained or gathered from another organisation.
Collection statement Collection statement A statement of the University practices when collecting using disclosing and otherwise managing Personal and Health Information collected in the course of its activities which is provided at or near the time such information is collected.
Collusion Collusion Acting with another person with the intention to deceive e. Community and industry partnership Community and industry partnership Partnerships with a diversity of individuals, agencies and organisations, community groups, professional associations and other educational providers, both nationally and internationally.
Comparability of Assessment Comparability of Assessment Performance by students enrolled within a unit is assessed to the same standard. Approved methods for ensuring comparability of assessment are included in Schedule B of the Assessment Higher Education Courses procedure.
Conflict of interest Conflict of interest A divergence between the individual interests of a person and their professional responsibilities such that an independent observer might reasonably conclude that the professional actions of that person are unduly influenced by their own interests, including any actual, perceived or potential conflicts of interest.
The conjoint nature of the relationship lies in the appointees' ability to carry out the teaching or research role for the University being dependent on their external position. Conjoint Professor's Committee Conjoint Professor's Committee A committee set up to consider proposals for appointment of conjoint professors and make recommendations to the Vice-Chancellor.
Contact with Children Contact with Children Means working on an activity or in a position that involves that involves or may involve contact with children either under the position description or due to the nature of the work environment.
This includes indirect contact with children in the community. Content owners Content owners Producers, distributors, broadcasters, copyright, and intellectual property owners in video music images and written material holders of copyright in content presented in media.
Continuous quality improvement Continuous quality improvement Ongoing review cycle designed to progressively improve processes, services or outcomes.
Improvements are referenced to available standards, good practice and the University's own requirements to achieve its strategic goals.
Contractor officer Contractor officer The staff member who is responsible for the administration of the engagement of contractors for an organisational area. Contractor officers may be the senior financial or administrative officer within a School, Division or other organisational area.
Contract value Contract value The value of a contract over its life excluding GST or where the contract relates to the conduct of a research project and the University is not the administrator of the funding for the project the value of the University's cash and in-kind contributions and allocations of funding to the University from the administrator over the life of the contract excluding GST.
Core teaching hours Core teaching hours Monday to Friday from 8 am to 10 pm but in the case of undergraduate courses these will normally be scheduled from 8 am to 8 pm and in the case of postgraduate courses these will normally be scheduled using a mix of day and evening classes up to 10 pm.
Corruption can also involve corrupt conduct by the entity, or a person purporting to act on behalf of and in the interests of the entity, in order to secure some form of improper advantage for the entity either directly or indirectly.
Corruption does not occur unintentionally, or through mistaken actions. Course Director Course Director The leading member of a course team responsible to the Faculty Executive Dean for the academic leadership of a course or group of courses.
Coursework Course Coursework Course An academic program approved by the Academic Board consisting of a set of Units approved by a faculty board; Critical activity Critical activity Activities which have been assessed as time-critical to the delivery of key products and services, enabling the continued delivery of University objectives.
Critical incident Travel Critical incident Travel Is a traumatic event or the threat of such and may include any natural disaster outbreak of war including civil war invasion insurrection revolution use of military power usurpation of government or military power terrorist activity transport accident damage to property bodily injury death theft disease or illness or other emergency that causes extreme stress fear or injury such as to affect the travel plans of the University traveller.
Cross-institutional enrolment Cross-institutional enrolment An enrolment in units at another institution approved in advance by a Faculty which, on successful completion, will be credited towards an award of Deakin University, or an enrolment at the University in units that, on successful completion, will be credited towards an award of another institution.Education is powerful.
Having the right education is a prerequisite for many of today's top careers and often reflects a person's lifetime earning potential. Policies and procedures.
The Ottawa Catholic School Board’s policies and procedures serve to ensure the health, safety and security of all students and staff. Factors Contributing to the Students Academic Performance: A Case Study of Islamia University Sub-Campus Study time is one of the most important factors affecting the student scores.
The correlation strength among test score and study hour is positive and greater than the age and income factor. Fahad Munir, Hamid Khan, Awais Ahmed.
This will open a search box in the top right hand corner of the page. Type the word you are looking for in the search bar and press enter. The word will then be highlighted in yellow where every. State agencies also may verify factors other than identity, residency, and income provided that verification can be accomplished within expedited processing standards.
State agencies should attempt to obtain as much additional verification as possible during the interview, but should not delay the certification of households entitled to expedited service for the full timeframes specified in. Through a survey e-mailed to students, the changes and behaviors of student printing and budgeting were examined.
The printing system changed for the classes of and from unlimited printing to having a budget. For the other two classes surveyed, the class of and , the budget was always in effect while attending the college.