DecorativeFounded in Australia in 2001, ITIC has grown from an information technologies (IT) training provider to an end-to-end digital technology enabler.

The company offers services that focus on future proofing an organisation against skills gaps in the rapidly changing digital technology landscape, including cybersecurity.

ITIC innovates by embracing a brand-new approach to IT. It builds its business model on executive empowerment. Through working collaboratively with its clients, ITIC enables smart, timely decision making in the boardroom. As a trusted partner and advisor, it helps shift the mindset of executives from “technology is an IT decision” to “technology is a business decision”, thus facilitating business digital transformation.

The NSW company employs a customised, adaptive training methodology with the aim to building a diverse talent pool in a client’s environment. Specifically, it targets the client organisation’s future business needs and provides purpose-designed training to fill critical skills gaps in relevant technological areas including cybersecurity, data science, artificial intelligence, machine learning and others.


Headquartered in the city of Sydney, the company provides a range of services.

ITIC has an NSW-based cyber security operation centre (SOC) that delivers its managed security offerings across Australia and New Zealand, through its in-house software development and governance and compliance teams.

As a digital technology consultant, it works with large and small businesses’ board level decision makers, educators, government in identifying the ‘how” and “why” the client should prepare its business to become digitally enabled and skilled.

As an educator, ITIC offers Board and Executive training (in governance, compliance, innovation and emerging technologies) to arm boards and decision makers with the information, tools and framework necessary to leverage new emerging technologies and meet their responsibilities within State, Federal and International Data Sovereignty Cyber and Privacy regulatory laws.

The NSW company runs programs in career transitioning and reskilling to fill skills gaps. It provides technical hands-on training to upskill a client organisation’s technology professionals to meet emerging technology standards.

To address talent growth, ITIC collaborates widely with NSW Universities.  An innovative ITIC Internship Program has been created in partnership with the Macquarie University. ITIC provides capability analysis followed by customised pre-internship priming before an intern placement in industry. This program has optimised learning outcomes and reduced intern onboarding overheads.

ITIC has established various joint, co-branded courses with the UTS, including Cybersecurity for company directors, IT Career Transition (to help organisations and individuals to execute a future work strategy) and Technology entrepreneurship.

It has also collaborated with the UNSW to deliver the Information Storage and Cloud Computing elective course and provided guest lecturers to deliver industry-based learnings.

ITIC’s vision for the future

ITIC recognises emerging digital technologies have the potential to transform NSW regional economy and would like to be a first mover to untap the potential and opportunities in the regions.

Regional NSW is the largest, most diverse regional economy in Australia. Emerging technologies will lift productivity in regional businesses, support Buy Regional and boost tourism; whereas high speed network connectivity presents new technology employment opportunities to talents in regional NSW. ITIC considers it an advantage not only in providing lifestyle choices to its highly skilled assets, but more importantly an avenue for ITIC to give jobs, internships, career transitions, upskilling and reskilling opportunities to people who live in regional NSW.

With focus on cyber security awareness and innovation, ITIC plans to establish a new cyber security SOC and build a software development team in regional NSW.

ITIC’s vision is to spawn a digital technology precinct from this regional NSW base, seed innovation and expansion through new collaborations with regional NSW Universities and partnerships with regional businesses.