The Federal Minister for Home Affairs, Peter Dutton, and his office say that "ransomware continues to be a prevalent global threat, and cyber criminals pose a significant risk to Australians and Australian businesses."
One of Australia's main newspapers, the Sydney Morning Herald, believes that technology companies can open "very small" encryption backdoors to enable government agencies to snoop on encrypted communications.
Telecoms lobby group and peak industry body Communications Alliance has called on government to work together with the telecommunications industry to advance sector-specific critical infrastructure reforms.
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