ACSC programs and advice are being migrated to cyber.gov.au (see sidebar)

The Australian Cyber Security Centre

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is the Australian Government’s lead on national cyber security. It brings together cyber security capabilities from across the Australian Government to improve the cyber resilience of the Australian community and support the economic and social prosperity of Australia in the digital age.
 

In July 2018 the ACSC became part of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), which became a statutory agency. Australian Government cyber security expertise from CERT Australia and the Digital Transformation Agency moved into the ACSC.
 

These changes are part of the government's national security reform package to enhance the cyber security support and services the government provides to industry, government and the community.

In August 2018 ACSC launched a new website, cyber.gov.au, to reflect its new organisation.

Cyber security programs and advice are being migrated to cyber.gov.au. Information and advice on this site remains current.

Reports help the ACSC to develop a better understanding of the threat environment and will assist other organisations who are also at risk.

Cyber security incident reports are also used in aggregate for developing new defensive policies, procedures, techniques and training measures to help prevent future incidents.

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