Australian Computer Society (ACS) is the largest professional body in Australia representing the ICT sector. ACS members are from business, education, government and the wider community. ACS provides individuals and teams within organisations opportunities for professional development.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre shares threat informations with the private sector and is improving its links to critical infrastructure providers. To share sensitive information quickly with a broader range of businesses, the Government will establish joint cyber threat sharing centres, co-designed with the private sector, in key capital cities to co‑locate businesses and the research community together with State, Territory and Commonwealth agencies.
Established in 1999, AISA has become the recognised authority on information security in Australia with a membership of over 3000 individuals across the country. AISA caters to all domains of the information security industry with a particular focus on sharing expertise from the field at meetings, focus groups and networking opportunities around Australia.
The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) is Australia’s leading high-performance data, storage and computing organisation, providing expert services to benefit all domains of science, government and industry. The NCI is located at the Australian National University.
The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is encouraging and energising research using supercomputing, large scale data storage and visualisation in Western Australia. We provide facilities and expertise to the research, education and industrial communities. Application areas include nanotechnology, radio astronomy, high energy physics, medical research, mining and petroleum, architecture and construction, multimedia, and urban planning, amongst others. The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre is an unincorporated joint venture between CSIRO, Curtin University, Edith Cowan University, Murdoch University and The University of Western Australia and is supported by the Western Australian and Federal Governments.
ACM, the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources.
CCIA is an international not-for-profit membership organization dedicated to innovation and enhancing society’s access to information and communications. CCIA promotes open markets, open systems, open networks and full, fair and open competition in the computer, telecommunications and Internet industries.
Founded in 1972, CRA’s membership includes more than 200 North American organizations active in computing research: academic departments of computer science, information, and computer engineering, laboratories and centers (industry, government, and academia), and affiliated professional societies (AAAI, ACM, CACS/AIC, IEEE Computer Society, SIAM, USENIX).
The IEEE Computer Society is the world's leading membership organization dedicated to computer science and technology. Serving more than 60,000 members, the IEEE Computer Society is the trusted information, networking, and career-development source for a global community of technology leaders that includes researchers, educators, software engineers, IT professionals, employers, and students.
The International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) is the global non-profit umbrella organization of societies of information and communication technology (ICT) professionals that aims at achieving a worldwide professional and socially responsible development and application of information and communication technologies.