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2006 Australian Computer Crime and Security Survey

Date: 22 May 2006

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All of Australia's law enforcement agencies - the Australian High Tech Crime Centre, the Australian Federal Police, Queensland Police, NSW Police, Victoria Police, Tasmania Police, South Australia Police, Northern Territory Police and Western Australia Police - and AusCERT produced the 2006 Australian Computer Crime and Security Survey.

The survey provides the most up to date and authoritative analysis of computer network attack and computer misuse trends in Australia over the last 12 months. The survey aims to raise awareness of the complex nature of computer security issues, identify areas of concern and, where appropriate, to motivate organisations to take a more active role in protecting their systems.

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Errata for the 2005 Australian Computer Crime and Security Survey

Please note there is an error on page 17. The question asked of survey respondents was for the last 12 months, not the last month as stated.

Also, the figure for laptop theft for 2005 should read 53%, not 22%.

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