How to harness sovereign vendors and accelerate alignment with the 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy in 2024

Cyber threats are rapidly growing in intensity and scale, affecting everyone from individuals to large corporations. The Australian Government’s 2023-2030 Australian Cyber Security Strategy aims to position Australia as a global cybersecurity leader by 2030 through emphasising the need to strengthen foundations, address critical gaps, and build robust protections.

The strategy, backed by an allocation of AU$586.9 million, will be implemented in three phases (known as ‘Horizons’) with specific targets set for 2025, 2026-2028, and 2029-2030. A key aspect of this strategy is the focus on sovereign capability, which involves leveraging Australia’s competitive cyber industry and its skilled workforce. With its expertise in centralised log management, Snare is ideally positioned to support and enhance these efforts. Snare’s solutions align with the national strategy, providing organisations with the necessary tools and expertise to navigate their data, operations, and reputation.