Jun 17, 2019 - The ACSC Small Business Survey will help the ACSC understand attitudes and approaches to cyber security among Australia’s small business owners and operators. We have developed the survey as part of our mission to improve cyber security for all Australians and make Australia the safest place to connect online.
Feb 1, 2019 - Yes. All ICT security products implementing cryptography destined for use by Australian Government agencies must use ACSC-approved cryptographic algorithms and ACSC-approved cryptographic protocols. Further information is in the ISM.
Jul 1, 2018 - For most of us, the internet opens up new opportunities. We can shop, bank, research, work and connect when and where we want to. But the online world can also give criminals opportunities to steal money, information or identities. Taking care of your safety online is no more complicated than the steps you take in other aspects of your life. We all do things to safeguard our physical belongings such as locking our doors and keeping hold of our wallets. By taking the same care of your devices and when engaging online, you can protect yourself and your online assets.
Jul 1, 2018 - Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) participating nations do not duplicate the publication of mutually-recognised certified products on each of their certified products lists (for the AISEP, this is the EPL). In accordance with the CCRA, certificates published on the CC Portal that are EAL 1 through 2 are instantly mutually recognised by Australia and New Zealand and, therefore, the Evaluated Products List (EPL) is not required to repeat published evaluations and certifications.
Jul 1, 2018 - We need to independently review the source code to be confident in the implementation and architecture of the cryptographic security. Providing source code usually expedites the evaluation.
Jul 1, 2018 - Australian and New Zealand government agencies, as consumers, have a reasonable expectation that information contained in ICT security products and systems are secure. When an independent evaluation is performed on the security functionality of an ICT security product, consumers have greater confidence in using the product. AISEP-certified products aim to meet Australian and New Zealand government business and security needs.
Jul 1, 2018 - The ACSC and New Zealands Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB) are dual signatories to the AISEP as a Common Criteria (CC) certificate producing scheme. We are the certifying body for both Australia and New Zealand.
Jul 1, 2018 - The Australasian Certification Authority (ACA) is the certifying body in Australia and New Zealand for CC evaluations. The ACA is part of the ACSC and implements the AISEP scheme by setting the standards and monitoring the quality of evaluations conducted by the Australasian Information Security Evaluation Facilities (AISEF).
Jul 1, 2018 - Have a look at CCRA participants on the CC Portal.
Jul 1, 2018 - To report a cybercrime incident, go to www.cyber.gov.au/report and report it. It is a national online system to help businesses and individuals securely report cybercrime. Scams can be reported to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's Scamwatch.