The Australian Government today has released the 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy, with an $586 million plan to better protect citizens, critical infrastructure and organisations.
Kurt Hansen, CEO, Tesserent a Thales Australia company and leading provider of full-service cybersecurity services in Australia and New Zealand says “Tesserent works closely with the Federal Government and made a submission to the recent consultation to inform the new Cyber Security Strategy for Australia.
“We commend the Federal Government for championing the bolstering of Australian cybersecurity defences, increasing industry awareness and working cooperatively with the private sector.
“We are all on the same team when it comes to combating the escalation of cyber attacks and strengthening our national defences against criminals and other groups intent on stealing data and disrupting the lives of Australians and compromising Australian businesses and organisations.”
Tesserent has over 190 team members that hold Australian Government security clearance. Thales Australia and Tesserent’s team of over 500 of Australia’s leading cyber security professionals are at the forefront of protecting Australia’s digital assets. Tesserent through Thales Australia now has the most in-depth global threat intelligence on offer in the Australian market.
“We are committed to partnering with all levels of government and private enterprises in Australia to drive change and promote solid cybersecurity practices. We are confident that through collaboration and engagement we will play a leading role in making Australia and New Zealand the most cyber secure countries in the world by 2030,” says Kurt.