Private sector gets security check

Friday, 3 December 2004, 8:27 AM EST

The federal Government has kicked off a plan to stress-test the nation's private-sector IT infrastructure, part of its $50million protection program.

The Computer Network Vulnerability Assessment Program aims to identify "major vulnerabilities and interdependencies" in the national information infrastructure, and test its "resilience to exploitation" documents issued by the Attorney-General's department.

By Chris Jenkins at Australian IT.

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