Progress update: U of T’s SAT project reaches milestone, expands to phase three

On March 21, the Security Awareness and Training Foundations (SATF) project celebrated a significant milestone by recognizing the first 20 units to join and the first 50 users who successfully completed onboarding training in phase two, commending their collective effort in driving the project’s success.

The hybrid event, attended by unit representatives, unit administrators, users and members from ITS, including senior leadership, had over 50 attendees. The units were awarded plaques for their commitment to building a more secure and resilient community. The winners also received branded t-shirts and other materials as part of the event.

Collage of photos from SATP phase 2 celebration

Currently, there are over 7,000 users from tri-campus units onboarded onto the training platform. The project is moving onto phase three, scheduled to run from April 2024 to March 2025. This phase marks a pivotal moment as the project expands its scope to include faculty members alongside staff and librarians.

In phase three, all units across the U of T tri-campus community are invited to join the project.

For more information about the project, visit the SATF web page or contact the project team.