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Attorney-General’s Department (AGD)’s Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF). Focuses on outcomes:
- security governance
- information security
- personnel security
- physical security.
- PSPF History
- PSPF Framework
- Security is everyone's responsibility. Developing and fostering a positive security culture is critical to security outcomes.
- Security enables the business of government. It support the efficient and effective delivery of services.
- Core requirements
- 1. PSPF: Role of accountable authority
- 2. PSPF: Management structures and responsibilities
- 3. PSPF: Security planning and risk management
- 4. PSPF: Security maturity monitoring
- 5. PSPF: Reporting on security
- 6. PSPF: Security governance for contracted goods and service providers
- 7. PSPF: Security governance for international sharing
- Security measures applied proportionately protect entities' people , information and assets in line with their assessed risks.
- Accountable authorities own the security risks of their entity and the entity's impact on shared risks.
- A cycle of action, evaluation, and learning is evident in response to security incidents.
- Core Requirements