Australia rolls out revised cyber testing regime

Cyber crime

Australian regulators are rolling out ‘version 2.0’ of the country’s cyber stress-testing framework, tweaking the approach and expanding the number of firms covered by the regime.

Corie – or Cyber Operational Resilience Intelligence-led Exercises – aims to mimic the behaviour of state-sponsored hackers. The framework document notes such adversaries are “neither constrained by scope nor time”, so Corie places fewer restrictions on testing and allows for longer time horizons.

The framework

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