IT Security Training Australia is an Australian training company specialising in professional privacy and information security training courses, with certified products from a number of global partners that we are qualified to deliver to the Australian market. We provide a range of specialised privacy and information security courses, from basic privacy and security awareness, through to practitioner-level education and training classes for the much sought after CISSP, CISM and CISMP certifications.
We have the option of selecting courses and content from a variety of highly-respected global training partners that specialise in security education, using the skills and local knowledge of our own team of experienced educators to make sure courses are taught with an Australian context, even if they originate from an international provider. We can also create fully customised curriculum tailored for our customers’ needs.
IT Security Training Australia is based in Brisbane, with a team of instructors located around Australia. We have been providing information security training solutions for a wide variety of organisations, both in the public and private sector, across Australia for over 10 years.
Our experts can design and deliver a customised and innovative security solution to meet your defined learning outcomes as part of a consistent program of security maturity improvement across your business.
DR Jodie Siganto graduated as a lawyer from the University of Queensland and after 8 years in private practice became in-house counsel for Tandem Computers followed by roles with Unisys Asia and Dell based in Singapore. She returned to Australia in 2000, founding Bridge Point Communications (specialists in data networking and security) with two other colleagues.
She is currently a director of IT Security Training Australia, an (ISC)² educational affiliate, specializing in the delivery and development of privacy, IT security and network related training courses around Australia.
Jodie has completed a PhD at QUT which examined the Privacy Commissioner’s exercise of powers in relation to NPP 4 and the extent to which that is supportive of industry practice.
Jodie is the Chair of the AISA Policy Committee, is a regular speaker at industry events and is currently participating in a research study partly led by researchers from Royal Holloway, University of London, which is mapping some of the unique traits of information security practitioners in Australia.