Trusted Information Sharing Network

What is the Trusted Information Sharing Network for Critical Infrastructure Protection?

An information-sharing network to secure physical structures and information that underpin Australia’s essential services.

Network ‘members’ come from various sectors, including emergency management, transport and distribution, banking and finance, telecommunications, health and food supplies.

From where did it originate?

Recommendations from the Business–Government Task Force on Critical Infrastructure.

What else is involved?

Private and Government representatives of various sector groups, will be members of the Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council, which will report directly to the National Counter Terrorism Committee on critical infrastructure security issues.

Where is there more information?

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