Joint Cyber Security Centres

Our Joint Cyber Security Centre (JCSC) program brings together business and the research community along with state, territory and Australian Government agencies in an open and cooperative environment.

What our JCSCs provide

We provide partners with access to centres in capital cities across Australia.

As a JCSC partner you can:

  • access and share timely and often sensitive information, such as cyber threat intelligence and what businesses in your industry, and across different sectors, are doing in response to cyber threats

  • develop collaborative solutions to cyber security risks and issues affecting your industry 

  • contribute to a common understanding of the cyber security environment and achieve optimal mitigation through the sharing of analysis of incidents, threats and risks

  • attend a range of events, talks, workshops and presentations on cyber security.

Read the latest news from our JCSCs.

How to become a partner

Our JCSC program is available to:

  • businesses that:

    • are a registered business with an Australian Business Number (ABN)

    • maintain IT security personnel in Australia and are able to act on operational cyber security or operational technology information

  • government agencies (state, territory and federal) with a defined role, or key interest in, Australia’s cyber security arrangements

  • security vendors and consulting firms that sell cyber security products or services, and are willing to contribute their cyber security capabilities to the JCSC program on a not-for-profit basis

  • academic, research and not-for-profit institutions.

To join as a partner, you must sign a Deed of Confidentiality, which sets out the protocols for sharing and protecting information within the centres. Email [email protected] to become a JCSC partner

You might also be eligible to be part of our ACSC Partner Program.