We are RISC
Who Are We?
You have reached the RMIT Information Security Collective (RISC)!
RISC was established to provide a bridge between academia and industry in the area of information security and to provide opportunities for RISC members to share and extend their knowledge and interest.
RISC presents a range of student organised seminars, workshops and other professional development activities for all members interested in information security.
The Club also aims to spread awareness about information security, and provide networking opportunities for all students interested in this area.
RISC achieved official ISACA Student Group recognition by ISACA International Headquarters In October 2014.
In an increasingly technological world, privacy is always on the line. We believe in the importance of online security, and encourage everybody to get involved in some way to understand cybersecurity on some level. Through a range of resources including events, we strive to educate others and grow our own skills.
RISC does NOT condone illegal/unethical hacking.
Membership to RISC is free for current RMIT students and alumni. To join (or re-join) for 2020, please use the membership form here. Members must re-join their RUSU clubs each year.
If you have not used the Student Union (RUSU) website before, you will need to set up an account in the system before you can access the club membership form.
You don’t have to become a financial member of RUSU to join a RUSU club.
We would like to thank the following sponsors for RMIT Information Security Collective