PSPF Assessment Report 2021–22
Each financial year, non-corporate Commonwealth entities must report on their security posture to their portfolio minister and the Attorney-General's Department. This report provides assurance to government and the Australian public that entities are implementing security measures that proportionately address their unique security risk environments.
We have now published the Protective Security Policy Framework Assessment Report 2021–22. This is the fourth report using the 4-level security maturity model to measure implementation of the PSPF requirements.
This year the majority of entities (98%) reported they had substantially implemented the core and supporting PSPF requirements. Overall maturity (comprising all 16 PSPF policies) decreased, with 13% of entities reporting ‘managing’ maturity overall in 2021–22, down from 16% in 2020–21.
Find the report and more information about the maturity model on the Annual Reporting page.