Submissions received by the Committee

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1Australian Risk Policy Institute  (PDF 349 KB) 
2Mr Paul Wilkins (PDF 596 KB) 
2.1 Supplementary to submission 2 (PDF 302 KB) 
2.2 Supplementary to submission 2 (PDF 457 KB) 
2.3 Supplementary to submission 2 (PDF 51 KB) 
3Cybersecurity Coalition (PDF 136 KB) 
3.1 Supplementary to submission 3 (PDF 260 KB) 
4Griffith University (PDF 215 KB) 
6Dr Brett van Niekerk (PDF 555 KB) 
7Active Cyber Defence Alliance (PDF 310 KB) 
7.1 Supplementary to submission 7 (PDF 97 KB) 
7.2 Supplementary to submission 7 (PDF 106 KB) 
8AGL (PDF 42 KB) 
8.1 Supplementary to submission 8 (PDF 11 KB) 
9Australian Signals Directorate (PDF 562 KB) 
10Australian Investment Council (PDF 729 KB) 
10.1 Supplementary to submission 10 (PDF 119 KB) 
11Optus (PDF 220 KB) 
11.1 Supplementary to submission 11 (PDF 99 KB) 
11.2 Supplementary to submission 11 (PDF 65 KB) 
12Atlassian (PDF 163 KB) 
12.1 Supplementary to submission 12 (PDF 99 KB) 
12.2 Supplementary to submission 12 (PDF 116 KB) 
13The University of Sydney (PDF 88 KB) 
14Microsoft (PDF 163 KB) 
14.1 Supplementary to submission 14 (PDF 86 KB) 
14.2 Supplementary to submission 14 (PDF 177 KB) 
15Australian Information Industry Association (PDF 295 KB) 
15.1 Supplementary to submission 15 (PDF 126 KB) 
16Information Technology Industry Council (PDF 532 KB) 
16.1 Supplementary to submission 16 (PDF 380 KB) 
17Australian Business Software Industry Association (ABSIA) (PDF 151 KB) 
18Maritime Union of Australia (PDF 364 KB) 
18.1 Supplementary to submission 18 (PDF 295 KB) 
19Asia Pacific Loan Market Association C/- Allens (PDF 105 KB) 
20Financial Services Council (PDF 256 KB) 

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About this inquiry

The Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security (PJCIS) has commenced reviews into the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure) Bill 2020 and the operation, effectiveness and implications of the Security of Critical Infrastructure Act 2018. The bill review was referred to the Committee by the Hon Christian Porter MP, Attorney-General.

Past Public Hearings

29 Jul 2021: Canberra
09 Jul 2021: Canberra
08 Jul 2021: Canberra


Inquiry Status

Submissions Closed


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