Digital Aid Online has compiled a list of resources to help small business, community-based or not-for-profit organisation’s get started with improving their cyber security. Some of the information below is for larger organisations and government and so may not apply to your organisation. It is included here as a useful reference and potential resource if you have already taken some steps and would like to go further. There are links to information about privacy and reporting a data breach because all organisations should be aware of their obligations to protect personal data and take this seriously. Digital Aid Online will keep adding to this list of resources over time and hopes to eventually include services provided by Australian companies that can help you.
Cyber Security in Australia
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) provide advices and information about how to protect you, your family and your business online. ACSC leads the Australian Government’s efforts to improve cyber security. Their role is to help make Australia the safest place to connect online.
For individuals and businesses
Government resources for business
Business.gov.au is the main online government resource for businesses to access information, tools and advice across government. Support for businesses in Australia includes guides about cyber crime, scams and using digital tools.
Privacy, freedom of information & policy
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) responsible for privacy, freedom of information and government information policy. The OIAC upholds Australia’s national privacy laws, resolves privacy complaints and investigates potential data breaches.
OIAC can give guidance on how to handle your personal information and promote awareness of your privacy rights.
Digital Aid Online
Digital Aid Online can help with advice on what you can do.
Basic and introductory training is available.
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