Governance , Incident & Breach Response , Security Operations

Securing Australia's Critical Infrastructure

Member of Parliament Gai Brodtmann Says More Needs to Be Done
Gai Brodtmann, shadow assistant minister for cybersecurity and defense, Australian Parliament

Australia is taking an aggressive approach to securing its critical infrastructure, which is vital to public safety and the economy, says Australian Member of Parliament Gai Brodtmann.

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In this video interview at the recent RSA APJ 2018 conference in Singapore, Brodtmann discusses:

  • How Australia is fortifying critical infrastructure;
  • Why the country is creating strong partnerships between government and private businesses;
  • What the benchmarks are for measuring the strength of critical infrastructure.

Brodtmann, a member of the Labor Party, was elected in 2010 to serve in Australia's House of Representatives for Canberra. She is also shadow assistant minister for cybersecurity and defense.


About the Author

Jeremy Kirk

Jeremy Kirk

Managing Editor, Security and Technology, ISMG

Kirk is a veteran journalist who has reported from more than a dozen countries. Based in Sydney, he is Managing Editor for Security and Technology for Information Security Media Group. Prior to ISMG, he worked from London and Sydney covering computer security and privacy for International Data Group. Further back, he covered military affairs from Seoul, South Korea, and general assignment news for his hometown paper in Illinois.




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