Reaching new horizons: the Australian Government’s 7 year Cyber Security Strategy and appointment of three OAIC watchdogs

On 22 November 2023, the Australian Government committed to investing $586.9 million into its 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy (the Strategy) over the next seven years,[1] and delivering key initiatives under three major phases (Horizons).

Phase

Period

Description

Horizon 1

2023-2025

‘strengthen foundations’ by addressing critical gaps in Australia’s ‘cyber shields’, building better protections for vulnerable individuals/businesses, and supporting initial cyber maturity uplift across the region.

Horizon 2

2026-2028

‘expand its reach’ via the Government’s further investments into the broader cyber ecosystem and growing a diverse cyber workforce.

Horizon 3

2029-2030

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