Significant security incident reporting template
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Requirement 2 of PSPF policy 5: Reporting on security mandates that entities must report any significant or reportable security incidents to the relevant authority or affected entity. This includes reporting to the Attorney-General’s Department.
A significant security incident is a deliberate, negligent or reckless action that leads, or could lead to, the loss, damage, compromise, corruption or disclosure of official resources. A significant security incident can have wide ranging and critical consequences for the entity and the Australian Government.
The Attorney-General’s Department encourages entities to report significant security incidents to the Attorney-General’s Department via the PSPF online reporting portal.
If you are unable to report via the PSPF online reporting portal, please complete the form below and send to PSPF@ag.gov.au. If the completed form is classified SECRET or above, please contact the PSPF Hotline on (02) 6141 3600 for advice on submitting.