University Members

OCSC’s 8 university members

Ambition and excellence in education and research is what OCSC’s university members have in common. Their differentiating strategic priorities and areas of expertise is what provides the OCSC with the perfect fusion of academic distinction and its access under the one umbrella.

Global Constellation Partnership

The Covid19 environment has accelerated the subject matter of cyber security as a priority in policy making

Together the ‘Global Constellation’ partnership contributes significant building blocks to bettering cyber security capacity maturity and its resilience for nations all around the world. The Cyber Security Capacity Maturity Model for Nations (CMM) is the baseline that provides the foundations to plan and enact effective and contextualised national policy and governance.

Collaborative Partners

Collaboration and coordination to empower a stronger global cyber security capacity building network

The OCSC works with collaborative partners from all around the world. From governments to expert forums, to intergovernmental organisations and NFP’s, institutions that all share a common purpose of generating real cyber security capacity building impact, one that is underpinned by global collaboration and coordination.

Research Project Partners

Evidenced-based research, the cornerstone

The world of cyber security continually changes. OCSC’s commitment to working closely with organisations, governments and the wider industry does not. Through our specialist research network, the OCSC has access to the resources that empower the creation of innovations and solutions for complex challenges.