The UNSW-UTS Trustworthy Digital Society Hub brings together experienced voices from both University and Industry with the aim to facilitate the creation of a digitally enabled society that is equitable, inclusive, and sustainable. We work towards a world where everyone can participate fully, safely and confidently in the digital world.
The Hub’s mission is to serve as a trusted resource for individuals, businesses, and governments seeking to build a more trustworthy digital society. We provide education, training, and tools to help people understand the risks and benefits of digital technologies, and to make informed, responsible and intelligent decisions about their use.
The hub is also a centre of innovation, working with researchers, technologists, and policymakers to develop new technologies and practices that prioritise privacy, security, and ethical considerations.
Victor Dominello is a former senior NSW Government minister. In July 2022 he was recognised by The Australian newspaper as one of the country’s top 100 innovators.
In 2019 Victor was appointed the world’s first Customer Service Minister. During his 12-year cabinet career he held a range of other portfolios including, Digital Government, Innovation, Finance and Aboriginal Affairs. He was part of the leadership group that led the state through Covid and he drove digital solutions such as QR check-ins, vaccine certificates and dine and discover vouchers via the ServiceNSW app.
Victor is recognised globally for the role he played in transforming public service delivery in NSW through initiatives such as the Department of Customer Service, Service NSW and the Digital Restart Fund.
In April 2023 he was appointed as Director of a new initiative from UNSW Sydney and the University of Technology Sydney – the Trustworthy Digital Society Hub, designed to lead research and insights in citizen-centred digital platforms.
Partnerships are vital to our success, and we are looking to collaborate with government, industry and philanthropic organisations. To find out more, contact us at: TDSH@unsw.edu.au