Australian Cyber Security Centre’s new HQ in Canberra

The Federal Government has opened the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s new headquarters in Canberra, to enhance Australia’s cyber resilience in partnership with industry, businesses, universities, not-for-profit organisations and governments.


The Australian Cyber Security Centre forms a critical hub for the Joint Cyber Security Centres located in all capital cities, which facilitate partnerships between more than 150 organisations across private and public sectors.


Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull said the new Australian Cyber Security Centrewill draw on the expertise from the ICT community, law enforcement, defence, universities and security agencies, as well as international partners, to increase the skills and capabilities needed to protect and defend our internests.


The centre will be the central hub for all Australians in regards to cyber security information, advice and assistance, featuring global monitoring capability, equipped with advanced cyber threat detection and 24/7 warning systems.