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We support the Australian Government's cyber security policy and have a number of lead agency functions. These include adapting law and law enforcement in the digital economy to combat criminal activity, and improving identity security in the online environment.
Chemicals of security concern
We are responsible for implementing the COAG Agreement on Australia's National Arrangements for the Management of Security Risks Associated with Chemicals.
National Security Hotline
This is the single point of contact for the public to report possible signs of terrorism and provide information on matters of national security.
Critical infrastructure resilience
We are the lead agency for critical infrastructure and manage the Trusted Information Sharing Network. Through this network, business and government can share information on critical infrastructure vulnerabilities and ways to assess and reduce risk.
If you are dealing with plastic explosives, you must comply with Australian law and those of each state and territory.
This department is responsible for the security arrangements of Australian high office holders and visiting foreign dignitaries to ensure they are safe as they carry out their work in Australia.