The government of Victoria has unveiled a new five-year cyber strategy that would invest more than AU$50 million in improving the state’s cybersecurity resilience.
The government has described the cyber strategy as focusing on three primary missions: delivering secure and reliable delivery of government services, creating a cyber-safe space, and creating a “vibrant” online economy.
The strategy will be carried out by the state’s chief information security officer (CISO), who will publish annual mission delivery plans that include particular activities related to the three key missions. In conjunction with relevant stakeholders from the government, industry, and the community, the CISO will establish this plan.
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