AISA Information Security Awards

Nominations for the AISA Information Security Awards have been extended to next Friday, 21st September 2012.

Nominations for the AISA Information Security Awards have been extended to next Friday, 21st September 2012.

Awards are in the following categories:

• Information Security Professional of the Year
• Information Security Rookie of the Year
• Information Security Team of the Year
• Information Security Project of the Year
• Information Security Employer of the Year

Visit our site for a nomination form.

Please take the time to nominate a person, team, project or employer that deserves recognition for improving information security. The nominees do not need to be AISA members. Nominations will close on Friday the 21st September at 5pm AEST

Nomination Details

Anyone or any team in the information security field can be nominated for an award. Award recipients do not need to be a member of the AISA.

Nominations will only be accepted where they are proposed and seconded by AISA members.

Information Security Professional of the Year

  • The recipient's contributions, achievements or /workplace initiatives demonstrate and promote excellence, innovation and professionalism in the area of IT and information Security.
  • The recipient has demonstrated leadership in either a managerial or technical capacity

Information Security Rookie of the Year

  • The recipient's contributions, achievements or /workplace initiatives demonstrate and promote excellence, innovation and professionalism in the area of IT and information Security
  • Though the recipient is relativity new to the information and IT security field, their contribution has been significant and demonstrates their ability to quickly discern and address security issues.

Information Security Team of the Year

  • The recipient's contributions, achievements or /workplace initiatives demonstrate and promote excellence, innovation and professionalism in the area of IT and information Security
  • The recipient team has achieved outcomes above the ordinary with limited resources.

Information Security Project of the Year

  • The recipient's contributions, achievements or /workplace initiatives demonstrate and promote excellence, innovation and professionalism in the area of IT and information Security
  • The recipient project has achieved outcomes above the ordinary with limited resources.

Information Security Employer of the Year

  • The employer gave information security professionals an appropriate voice in their corporate Governance and risk management processes
  • The employer provided sufficient time and resources to allow a professional to maintain and improve skills levels
  • The employer provided opportunities to advance in either a technical or managerial stream

Selection Process

The inaugural AISA awards will use the following process to select the award recipients:

  •  Award nominations will be sought from AISA members.
  •  Award nominees do not have to be an AISA member.
  •  If deemed necessary the National Executive may create a shortlist of award nominees.
  •  Awards will be voted on by financial AISA members only using the AISA Website.
  •  Every member gets one vote for each award category. Members will not be provided an option to assign proxy votes.
  •  The nominee for each category with the most votes will win the award - in the unlikely event of tie the National Executive will determine the winner.
  •  The National Executive's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

Visit our site for a nomination form.

 

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Register Today to become a AISA member you will benefit from all of the below:

AISA Members benefit from a range of information security resources including:

  • Information Security Presentations from past AISA events
  • Details on call for papers for presentations at information security events
  • Details on information security roles currently vacant
  • AISA Forum to facilitate information sharing, discussions and communication between members
  • Discounts on information security events, training, products and service
  • Focus Groups which provide a focus point on specific areas of information security
  • CISSP Study Groups which run in various cities accross Australia to assist members to prepare for their CISSP exams

 Register today to attend the 2012 AISA National Conference

 

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