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Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association

UCISA represents the whole of higher education, and increasingly further education, in the provision and development of academic, management and administrative information systems, providing a network of contacts and a powerful lobbying voice.
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UCISA Information Security Management Toolkit launched
18 March 2015


Current issues briefing published
17 March 2015


2015 UCISA bursaries launched - applications open
4 March 2015


University of Edinburgh wins the UCISA Award for Excellence
25 February 2015


Reminder - entries invited for 2014 Award for Excellence
20 January 2015

RSS FeedEvents

Spotlight on Digital Capabilities
3 June 2015  -  4 June 2015, Media City, Manchester


PCMG15: Project and change management – why bother?
10 June 2015, Austin Court, Birmingham


8 July 2015  -  10 July 2015, Oxford Belfry, Great Milton


29 September 2015  -  30 September 2015, Oxford Belfry, Great Milton


11 November 2015  -  13 November 2015, Fairmont St Andrews

Information Security Management Toolkit

UCISA has published an Information Security Management Toolkit

A team of five universities and colleagues from Jisc Technologies have, with guidance from the lead author Bridget Kenyon from UCL, created a resource for use by information security/governance professionals wishing to put in place an information security management system (ISMS) in their organisation. The Toolkit also addresses how to convey the importance of information security to the organisation.

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Regional delivery of JANET services
UCISA has been in discussion with JANET on the proposals for regional nework delivery.

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Corporate Member : ULCC

 As one of the leading IT services providers for the academic and not for profit sectors, ULCC works closely with key partners to deliver fully integrated IT solutions. We currently host and support Moodle for over 2.8 million registered users from 150 institutions in the UK, including MMU, King’s College and University of London International Academy.

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