ACSC Update webinar


14 March 2023 | 10.30am to 11.30am | Webinar

Cyber-attacks are a growing threat to Australian critical infrastructure, as a number of recent high-profile attacks have shown – no organisation is immune.

The latest Annual Cyber Threat Report by the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), a key part of the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD), showed more than 76,000 cybercrimes were reported to the ACSC in the past financial year. This is an increase of almost 13 per cent from 2020/21.

On the back of recent attacks on major corporates, the ASD has issued an urgent cyber self-hygiene check to small businesses to take stock of their ability to respond effectively to the Australian threat environment and mitigate the risks presented by cyber threats.

This webinar will explore the challenges and opportunities facing the industry, how organisations can uplift their cyber posture, and how the Australian Government is supporting critical infrastructure to manage cyber threats.

Tune in to hear ACSC First Assistant Director- General, Cyber Security Resilience, Stephanie Crowe provide insight into:

  • recent cybercrime trends and statistics
  • threat predictions for 2023
  • building cyber resilience, including critical infrastructure and systems of national significance.
  • key advice for CEOs/CISOs.
  • resources and tools available to help SMEs to test cyber resilience
  • partnerships and opportunities.

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