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Partnership

JCSC

Joint Cyber Security Centres

May 6, 2019 - Our Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC) program brings together business and the research community along with state, territory and Australian Government agencies in an open and cooperative environment.
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Become an ACSC partner

May 6, 2019 - The ACSC partnership program is open to wide range of industry, the research community, as well as to state, territory and Australian Government. We engage with partners across the whole of the Australian economy to increase their cyber resilience and to share situational awareness. Organisations who become ACSC partners can access timely alerts and advisories, rapidly share insights, and increasingly work together to solve common challenges.
JCSC

ACSC program enters its next phase through JCSCs

Apr 1, 2019 - The ACSC Partnership Program is increasingly bringing industry, academia, law enforcement and government agencies together in collaborative workspaces, enabling information-sharing and network-hardening across the economy.

Australia maintains a key role in international cyber security community

Oct 30, 2018 - Australia will continue its leading role in the region’s largest cyber security community with the Australian Cyber Security Centre re-elected as Chair of the Asia-Pacific Computer Emergency Response Team (APCERT) Steering Committee in Shanghai on 23 October 2018. The ACSC maintains its role working alongside regional partners on cyber capability and protections in its capacity leading Australia’s computer emergency response capability.

ACSC and AISA seal partnership deal for a secure cyber future

Jan 29, 2018 - The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) and the Australian Information Security Association (AISA), Australia’s peak body for information security professionals, have joined forces to further strengthen Australia’s cyber security posture and achieve a cyber secure nation. Together the organisations will deliver a high impact program of events in 2019, including a bigger and better Australian Cyber Conference in Melbourne 7-9 October, replacing the ACSC Conference.

International partners

The Common Criteria Recognition Arrangement (CCRA) was established in 1998 for each international partner of the arrangement to recognise a Common Criteria certificate awarded by a certificate-authorising participant. Initially the CCRA comprised Canada, France, Germany, the United Kingdom and the United States. It now includes 26 nations. Australia and New Zealand joined the CCRA in 1999.