Australian Government - Attorney-General's Department

Security Policy

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Management of aggregated information

Aggregated information refers to the compilation of information that when combined, holds a greater value then each component holds individually. The guidelines and policy advice documentation available below provide guidance on good management practices to address the security risks associated with the aggregation of large volumes of information.

The policy advice gives an overview of the guidelines and provides a quick reference guide for understanding aggregated information and your responsibilities for its handling and storage.

The guidelines provide further detail which covers understanding aggregated information, applying good management practices to aggregated information, and applying good security practices to aggregated information.

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