Agencies bound to sluggish cyber threat platform

The federal government has given agencies 12 months to link up with the national automated cyber threat sharing platform after struggling to get voluntary buy-in over the last two years.

The platform, built by consulting giant Deloitte at a cost of nearly $50 million, was introduced by Australia’s cyber agency in 2021 after demands from industry for better intelligence information.

It enables the bidirectional sharing of threat intelligence at “machine speed” with registered partners, starting with the National Australia Bank in 2021 and rolling out more broadly in 2022.

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