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Data Security

What is Data Security?

Data Security refers to the securing of data infrastructure and data at rest from cyber threats.

Objectives

An objective for this space will be finalised through the iterative development of the Australian Government Architecture.

Domains

This capability is part of the following domain.
DOM9

Cyber Security

Standards

The following standards support development of digital solutions in this capability.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) produces the Information Security Manual (ISM). The purpose of the ISM is to outline a cyber security framework that an organisation can apply, using their risk management framework, to protect their systems and data from cyber threats. The ISM is…

Designs

The following designs include examples of how digital solutions in this capability can be delivered.
While no set of mitigation strategies are guaranteed to protect against all cyber threats, organisations are recommended to implement eight essential mitigation strategies from the Strategies to Mitigate Cyber Security Incidents as a baseline. This baseline, known as the Essential Eight, makes it…
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