Trust is Key to The Future of Digital Government
Australian Government services, from census collection, licence issuance, healthcare recording, taxation and more are increasingly seeking to transact and interact with citizens digitally.
To ensure the success of digital initiatives, service providers should assure their users of security when using their services. This security might cover a mix of concerns, including ownership and control of data, privacy, fast and convenient services, and broad accessibility.
In this report, Australian public sector information security leaders discuss the importance of trusted digital services. They share their insights on how security and trust can be built into digital government, as well as the challenges that agencies can face as this digital shift occurs.
Featuring commentary from:
- Julian Valtas, Chief Information Security Officer, Australian Capital Territory Government
- Jamie Norton, Former Chief Information Security Officer, Australian Taxation Office, Partner, McGrathNicol
- Tom Daniewski, Chief Information Security Officer, Federal Court of Australia
- Nadia Taggart, Director, Cyber Security Operations, Australian Parliament House
- Johan Fantenberg, Principal Solutions Architect, APJ, ForgeRock