“The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data,” claimed The Economist in 2017.
Such is its importance, every industry has been transformed by digital technologies and, as a result, oceans of data are being continually collected.
The data contained within Australia’s national critical infrastructure is of such consequence it underpins the functioning of our society and the economy.
In recent years, however, concerns have grown about the threat posed by malevolent cyber interests. So too has our awareness of the significant costs inherent in any loss, interruption or damage to the systems we rely on. And the danger is escalating.
This whitepaper provides insights into the new cyber world order and the value of data, as well as a run down of the legislation, regulations and strategies that government and private entities are required to comply with to keep our data safe.