Making Privacy More Transparent – Sixth edition of TRANSPARENT now available
The next edition of our privacy e-newsletter, TRANSPARENT, is now available on the USI website.
This newsletter is the second of a two-part series about personal information security. This part focuses on how RTOs can strengthen personal information security through the use of physical security controls and ICT protections, such as:
- Access controls
- Restricting administrative access
- User logging and monitoring of audit logs
- Third party providers (including cloud computing)
- Destruction or de-identification of personal information
Share this information with your ICT staff and SMS Developers. Talk to them if you have any questions regarding your organisation’s security controls.
Read the March 2019 edition now.
All editions of TRANSPARENT can be accessed anytime on the USI website. There is no need to subscribe to TRANSPARENT. As long as you and your enrolment, USI creation, verification and data reporting staff have subscribed to the USI RTO Bulletin – you will automatically receive notification of each new edition of TRANSPARENT via the Bulletin.
Some students are being referred to the USI Office by their RTO for USI creations. The USI Office cannot create a USI for a student over the phone.
Students who are having difficulty creating a USI using the online self-service option can submit a Help Request from the USI website. The USI Office can then assist students in processing their applications.
We are building a better USI website – USI Beta website
Just in case you missed the Special USI Bulletin in March, the USI Beta website is live and will continue to run in conjunction with our current website. The new Beta website is an improved version of our current website. The layout is based on user feedback with improved navigation to lead to faster transactions.
Early indications are that users are spending less than half the time on the home page and the transactional pages that support creation. You will also find time savings looking for information, so jump on and try it out. If you see something that you think can be improved please let us know by using the feedback button.