Enquire Now

Data and analytics

Some additional information in one line

Learning analytics

Transform your data into meaningful insights.
Learn More

Applications and data

Bespoke solutions to simplify and streamline your workflows.
Learn More

Artifical intelligence

Harness the power of AI to learn more from your data.
Learn More


Some additional information in one line


Some additional information in one line
Learn More

Change management

Some additional information in one line
Learn More

Cyber risk

Some additional information in one line
Learn More

ICT strategy

Some additional information in one line
Learn More

Managed services

Discover why more organisations are benefiting from managed services.

ICT managed services

We can manage all aspects of your ICT operations - from day-to-day tasks to long-term strategy.
Learn More

Managed data and analytics

Need some help with your data? Let us manage your systems and data for you.
Learn More

Escalation and remote support

Sometimes you just need a sounding board, or somebody to escalate a problem to. We're here to help.
Learn More

Our people

Multiple menus to choose from. Each drag-n-drop customizable.

Our values

Learn about the values that drive the people at RTG.
Learn More

Current vacancies

If you're looking for the next step in your career, RTG might have the perfect role for you.

Join us

If you like what you see, why not apply for a position with us? Submit your CV here.
Apply Now


1 min read

Creating a Healthy Digital Environment for 21st Century Learners

Aug 15, 2019 8:41:59 PM

When discussing cyber risk and digital security, schools may lack the expertise needed to build the essential policies, structures and systems to create a learning environment that is securely technology-enabled. 

In a world where we struggle to keep up with the agility of technology change, teachers and students face different expectation and experience with the use of technology in the classroom. When trying to manage cyber risk, many schools are reactive rather than proactive in their response. Classroom teachers are often unsure of digital policies, protocols and procedures to follow, while school leadership can struggle with the confusing landscape of digital privacy and cyber security regulations in schools. 

This doesn't mean we should be saying no to innovation and technology-rich learning, but rather, balancing technology and learning goals with privacy a cyber security responsibilities. 

In this white paper, Melanie Gillies, former primary school teacher and now Education Solutions Consultant at RTG, discusses the changes to the federal Privacy Act and the implications for schools when mitigating cyber risk across their digital network.

Download White Paper here.

Melanie Gillies
Written by Melanie Gillies

Melanie Gillies is the Governance, Risk & Compliance Consultant at RTG. She has worked in education and not-for-profit sectors for 18 years, specialising in the adoption of digital technologies, plus digital safety and information security policy and practice. Skilled in Educational Technology, Risk Assessment and Management, Privacy Compliance, Cyber Security Controls, Training Delivery, Leadership and Project Management, Melanie is currently completing research towards her Master of Education thesis, looking at how policy and privacy regulations determine teacher practice and autonomy towards data governance and security.