Government Cyber Security Readiness

Are governments prepared to handle cyber attacks?

The Government Cyber Security Readiness Indicator measures whole of government cyber security preparedness across Australia and New Zealand.

Whole of Government
Scoring of each jurisdiction is based on key cyber security enablers
Impartial Assessment
Each evaluation is conducted under Intermedium's strict criteria
Measuring Resilience
Serving as a record of progress across jurisdictions
Cyber security data
GCRI 2020

Benchmarking cyber resilience across governments

The sophistication and scope of cyber-attacks are increasing according to the Australian Cyber Security Centre, particularly as agencies have had to deal with challenges such as the growth in remote working and the rise of COVID-19 related scams and other forms of opportunistic cyber criminality that have emerged during the chaos of the pandemic.

Intermedium’s Government Cyber Security Readiness Indicator (GCRI) report assesses the degree to which the governments of Australia (federal, state and territory) and New Zealand (central) have put in place necessary enablers for cyber security resilience and capability building.

The GCRI measures what each government has done at a whole of government level to ensure that its agencies are supported and enabled in their cyber security activities.

Government Cyber Security Readiness Indicator Report
GCRI 2020

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Assessing cyber resilience

  • Cyber security strategy
  • Governance
  • Policies, standards and frameworks
  • Compliance management
  • Capabilities
  • Willingness to collaborate with other jurisdictions and industry
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Intermedium's readiness indicator series measures governments across key criteria to assess their capability to deliver digital services.

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