Securing the Energy Sector in Australia

Application Control Is at the Core of the AESCSF

The energy sector is a critical part of the Australian economy, and the security of the sector is vital to the overall security and prosperity of the nation. Cyber attacks on the energy sector could have significant consequences, including disruption to the supply of electricity and other energy sources, damage to infrastructure, and financial losses.

To help prevent these types of attacks, it is important for organisations in the energy sector to have robust cybersecurity measures in place. The Australia Energy Sector Cyber Security Framework (AESCSF) provides guidance on implementing these measures and helps organisations understand the risks they face and how to manage those risks effectively.

The AESCSF is based on the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s (ACSC) Essential Eight, which is a set of eight high-priority cybersecurity measures that organisations should implement to protect themselves from cyber threats. The framework also incorporates other best practices for cybersecurity in the energy sector, including guidance on securing critical infrastructure and responding to cyber incidents.

In this white paper, you will learn:

  • Why the AESCSF is necessary
  • Key components of the AESCSF
  • How Saviynt supports the AESCSF, including:
    • Out-of-the-Box Rulesets
    • Fine-Grained SoD Controls
    • Seamless Risk Reporting
    • Fast, Secure Emergency Access
    • Out-of-the-Box Compliance Management
    • Usage Analytics

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