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Attorney General ups the ante on protective security

by Aleks Vickovich •
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Federal Attorney-General Robert McLelland has launched a new policy framework for protective security.  The Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) will replace the existing Protective Security Manual and among other security related roles, requires each agency to appoint an information technology security adviser. 

According to the PSPF document, the central objective...

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