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It's now a year since the launch of the Australian Cyber Security Strategy. Could progress be better? Of course. But the progress is good. Actually, it's great.

The collaboration between government and the private sector has had a fresh wind touch its sails and the level of cyber security collaboration between many of Australia's largest organisations is at an unprecedented level. The recent global wave of ransomware, variously termed WannaCry or WannaCrypt, was a live-fire exercise for testing the efficacy of this collaboration.

The recent launch of the ASX 100 Cyber Health Check report was an excellent step on the journey to a more complete understanding of what will come to be viewed as due care in the domain of cyber risk management, and the launch of the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network is already making waves for the local start-up community.

The prevailing sentiment is that we don't really have a choice other than to work together because we absolutely have to be good at this. Collaboration is

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