Information Technology Services (ITS)

Strengthen information security at U of T: Join an Information Security Council working group

Published on: September 18, 2023

Are you passionate about information security? Would you like to influence and shape information security at the university?

Whether you’re an administrative staff member, faculty, student or researcher, we invite you to join one of our Information Security Council (ISC) working groups. Diverse voices from across the tri-campus make these working groups more effective and result in solutions that work for the community.

What is the ISC?

The ISC was established to ensure broad consultation in planning and decision-making processes related to information security. The broad purpose of the ISC is to provide information security guidance to the University according to its mission, objectives and obligations.

What are the ISC working groups?

The working groups are made up of subject matter experts and tri-campus U of T community members interested in the areas specific to each working group: 

  1. Incident Response Planning
  2. Procedures, Standards and Guidelines
  3. Education & Awareness
  4. Risk, Compliance, Metrics and Reporting
  5. Research Information Security

Why join an ISC working group?

By becoming a member, you’ll have the opportunity to:

  1. Collaborate with experts: Engage in rich discussions and learn from domain experts.
  2. Influence the future: Drive impactful changes across our three campuses.
  3. Expand your network: Connect with diverse professionals from across all three campuses.
  4. Contribute solutions: Use your expertise to tackle real-world challenges.

How to join

If you are interested, fill out the intake form by Oct. 25, 2023.

For further information or questions, contact Maddie Osei, Strategic Initiatives Coordinator, Information Security or Kalyani Khati, Associate Director, Information Security Strategic Initiatives.