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AISI

Australian Internet Security Initiative

AISI Members List

Jul 30, 2019 - A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 

AISI Members Info

Jul 30, 2019 - The Australian Internet Security Initiative (AISI) started in November 2005 and has progressively expanded since then. As of April 2018 the AISI has 155 members, including 20 educational institutions. View the current list of AISI members.

AISI Statistics

Jul 30, 2019 - Each day the AISI reports to members:

Vulnerable services statistics

Jul 30, 2019 - Each day malware infections and service vulnerabilities are reported to AISI members. Related AISI statistics are provided below.Data is based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Other cyber security observations

Jul 30, 2019 - Each day malware infections and service vulnerabilities are reported to AISI members. Related AISI statistics are provided below.Data is based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Malware Statistics

Jul 25, 2019 - Each day malware infections and service vulnerabilities are reported to AISI members. Related AISI statistics are provided below.Data is based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
Code on mobile and laptop

Advisory – 2019-009: Securing Unprotected Network and Data Services

Jul 3, 2019 - The ACSC has observed a large number of unprotected network and database/storage services hosted on Australian IP address ranges. This exposure may lead to data contained in these services being compromised. The ACSC urges organisations to check their externally facing internet services and ensure appropriate access controls and protections are in place.

The Australian Internet Security Initiative Report

Oct 1, 2015 - Prior to July 2017, the Australian Internet Security Initiative (AISI) was administered by the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), which undertook research in relation to the value and role of the program. The research consisted of 24 interviews with ISPs and universities and found many of the internet providers interviewed relied solely on the AISI malware reports for information about malware infections. Internet providers usually notified their customers of their malware infection by email. More than half of the providers interviewed also provided step-by…