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Support for TLS encryption to four MEIG databases

Precision Administration is an approved Gateway Operator. Consequently we are bound by the security requirements of our governance body - the GNGB - https://www.gngb.com.au/

The GNGB published their Information Security Requirements which includes ISO:27001 compliance with additional controls as outlined in - The Australian Signals Directorate published Information Security Manual

https://www.cyber.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-12/Australian%20Government%20Information%20Security%20Manual%20%28December%202020%29.pdf

This includes control 1162 -

Security Control: 1162; Revision: 3; Updated: Sep-18; Applicability: O

Cryptographic equipment or encryption software that implements an ASD Approved Cryptographic Protocol (AACP) is

used to communicate sensitive information over public network infrastructure and through unsecured spaces.

https://www.cyber.gov.au/acsc/view-all-content/guidance/asd-approved-cryptographic-protocols

At this time B2BAC does not support TLS encryption and as such we have not been able to meet our compliance obligations

  • Guest
  • Dec 7 2020
  • Planned for future release
What is your industry? Financial Markets
How will this idea be used?

To meet security compliance obligations from -

  1. ISO:27001

  2. ATO Operational Framework

  3. GNGB Information Security Requirements

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