NSW focuses on risk in AU$20m cybersecurity strategy

ZDNet 

The New South Wales government has on Friday published its cybersecurity strategy, taking a whole-of-government view on how to manage risk, borrowing the framework laid out by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The technology world has spent so much of the past two decades focused on innovation that security has often been an afterthought. Learn how and why it is finally changing. The 20-page strategy [PDF] focuses on six themes: Lead, prepare, prevent, detect, respond, and recover, that form the state's Action Plan. Under the theme of lead, the government this year said it will be focusing on developing shared cybersecurity terminology.