[ZDNet] Colonial Pipeline attack used to justify Australia’s Critical Infrastructure Bill

Home Affairs has touted the benefits of the pending Critical Infrastructure Bill while confirming the government has considered the merits of a mandatory reporting requirement for ransomware as an extension of the cybersecurity strategy.

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