DMTC, Willyama extend cyber partnership
DMTC is delighted to announce the extension of its partnership with Indigenous-owned cyber security firm Willyama Services.
Willyama’s expert team will continue to support DMTC in its delivery of the Smart Enough Factory solution for small businesses in defence sector supply chains.
This includes the Victorian companies taking part in the program in line with the recent announcement by the Victorian Government.
This follows from Willyama’s first engagement with DMTC, which centred on a comprehensive cyber security audit of systems to be deployed through DMTC’s Industry Capability Development (ICD) Program.
Willyama’s Chief Operating Officer, Heath Carson, is leading the engagement with DMTC. “This is a great partnership, not only because of the important contributions we are making to the capability of the companies, but because of the strong and shared values of the program delivery partners,” he said.
DMTC’s Industry Capability Development Program Leader, Charlotte Morris, said the extension of DMTC’s partnership with Willyama aligned with the goals set out in DMTC’s Reconciliation Action Plan, to forge strong and enduring relationships with highly capable Indigenous-owned businesses and unlock economic opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
“Our Smart Enough Factory offering is about helping to position small businesses to realise the benefits of Industry 4.0 adoption, but Willyama’s involvement ensures that companies are aware and attuned to taking those steps in a cyber-safe way.”Posted by Harry Baxter on October 28th, 2021 Tagged: collaboration, DMTC, indigenous, industry, innovation