Protecting critical infrastructure and systems of national significance


The Department of Home Affairs sought input on the details of the Government’s reforms regarding the security and resilience of critical infrastructure through the Protecting
Critical Infrastructure and Systems of National Significance. It resulted in the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020, whose exposure draft received well over 1,000 submissions from business, industry and individuals.

Shoal’s submission to the Exposure Draft Bill, draft Explanatory Document, Exposure Draft Regulations and draft Explanatory Statement comprised of three parts:

  1. An overview of the approach to, and the benefits from, constructing a Model-Based National Resilience Framework
  2. Answers to specific questions from the Consultation Paper
  3. Related matters around the potential benefits derived from a National resilience Framework.

Read our full submission here.