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Agency cyber responsibilities when transacting online with the public

The Australian Government information security management guidelines—Agency cyber responsibilities when transacting online with the public aims to assist agencies to understand and address their responsibility to minimise the risk of harm to the public when transacting online with the Australian Government.

It will also assist agencies to apply the Australian Government's Cyber Security Strategy within their agency and provides national leadership by adopting best practice models.

These guidelines cover:

  • potential threat sources to the public when transacting with Australian Government agencies
  • suggested actions to reduce the risk of harm to the public transacting online with Australian Government agencies
  • mitigating the risk of unauthorised use of online services by third parties (eg 'screen‑scraping').

The guidelines are available to download below:

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