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29 Jul 2022
Gateway Security Guidance
The ACSC has published a new Gateway Security Guidance package to help organisations securely install gateway capabilities.
12 May 2022
Joint advisory released for Managed Service Providers and Customers to mitigate cybersecurity risks
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has today joined with international cyber security agency partners, to warn Managed Service Providers (MSP) of pressing cyber risks and provide guidance on suitable mitigations for them and their customers.
28 Apr 2022
Joint cybersecurity advisory released on 2021's top routinely exploited vulnerabilities
Malicious cyber actors are aggressively targeting newly-disclosed and dated critical software vulnerabilities against a broad range of targets, including public and private sector organisations worldwide.
22 Apr 2022
CISA, FBI, NSA, and international partners issue advisory on demonstrated threats and capabilities of Russian state-sponsored and cyber criminal actors
Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, the risk of malicious cyber operations by Russian state-sponsored and criminal cyber actors has increased. The threats to critical infrastructure could impact organisations both within and beyond Ukraine.
11 Apr 2022
Mandatory Incident Reporting
New measures to enhance the cyber security of Australia’s critical infrastructure
23 Mar 2022
Be Ready - auDA Domain Name Changes
The new domain name category could leave your business or organisation open to fraudulent cyber activity, such as business email compromise.
11 Feb 2022
Cyber resources for small businesses
Last December, the Council of Small Business Organisations Australia (COSBOA) co-hosted an Act Now, Stay Secure breakfast at the National Portrait Gallery, along with the ACSC and the Department of Home Affairs.
10 Feb 2022
Australia joins US and UK to warn of 2021 Ransomware trends
Ransomware continues to be a global threat, and cybercriminals using ransomware pose a significant risk to Australian organisations and households.
01 Nov 2021
Joint statement - Digital Transformation Agency and Australian Signals Directorate - Secure Internet Gateways update
The Australian Government is further strengthening the ICT systems of Government entities by enhancing its Secure Internet Gateway (SIG) policy and through the Cyber Hubs initiative. The Digital Transformation Agency (DTA) is working on these initiatives with the Australian Signals Directorate’s (ASD) Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC).
12 Jul 2021
Updated Essential Eight Maturity Model
Adversaries continually evolve their tradecraft to defeat preventative measures that organisations put in place. The ACSC is committed to providing cyber security advice that is contemporary, and effective. This includes regular updates to the Essential Eight Maturity Model.
17 May 2021
Critical Infrastructure Uplift Program (CI-UP)
ACSC’s Critical Infrastructure Uplift Program (CI-UP) will help to protect Australia’s essential services from cyber threats by raising the security levels of critical infrastructure organisations.
23 Feb 2021
IRAP training partnership
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is partnering with organisations in South Australia and the ACT to deliver cyber security assessment training services for Australian business and organisations.
15 Dec 2020
Information Security Registered Assessor Program (IRAP)
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is further enhancing cyber security assessment and training, improving cyber skills, and creating new cyber careers for Australians through the Information Security Registered Assessor Program (IRAP).
30 Apr 2020
National cyber security exercises for Australia’s electricity industry
In November 2019, the Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre coordinated a national cyber security exercise series in partnership with Australia’s electricity industry and government agencies.
18 Dec 2018
Cyber Incident Management Arrangements for Australian Governments
Australia’s Cyber Incident Management Arrangements (CIMA) outlines the inter-jurisdictional coordination arrangements and principles for Australian governments’ cooperation in response to national cyber incidents.
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