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Budget 2019: Govt sets aside funds for new cyber security strategy

Paul McBeth
Thu, 30 May 2019

By Paul McBeth May 30 (BusinessDesk) - The government will spend $2 million a year to support the roll-out of a cyber security strategy among a raft of new spending in the virtual space. That’s in the shadow of a budget leak by the opposition National Party, which took advantage of deficient online policies at the Treasury. Former communications minister Clare Curran kicked off a refresh of the strategy before her resignation last year, and was mulling the introduction of ‘naming and shaming’ foreign actors supporting major cyber-attac...

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