Overview Edit

The role of the Australian Cyber Policy Coordinator (CPC) is to coordinate the whole-of-government approach to cyber policies and activities. The CPC provides strategic leadership and coordination on matters of cyber policy and strategies across the entire cyber "spectrum", from online consumer protection to cyber defence.

To assist in coordinating the Commonwealth's cyber policy agenda, the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet assumed responsibility for cyber security policy in December 2011 (previously held by the Attorney-General's Department), as part of a broader reshuffle of portfolio responsibilities.

In September 2010, the government designated the National Security Chief Information Officer (NSCIO) with the complementary responsibility of Cyber Policy Coordinator.

Source Edit

  • Australian Government, The National Security and International Policy Group Executive (full-text).

See also Edit

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