Hold credible conversations with agencies on cyber security. 

Contextualise your conversations with senior decision-makers and stand out in the crowded market using Intermedium's 2022 Government Cyber Security Readiness Indicator report.

10 Jurisdictions

Australian (federal, state and territory) and New Zealand (central) governments scored and ranked 


Covers Whole of Government capabilities, strategies, policies and roles shaping agency decision-making 


Evaluations conducted independently under Intermedium's strict criteria

Stand out in the crowded market  

Cyber security is on the mind of every senior public servant responsible for client data or for sensitive government documents, and hundreds of tech companies are clamouring to get their cyber security contracts.

To stand out from the crowd, you must be able to talk with senior decision-makers about the key challenges they are facing. 

To do this, you need to know what measures and frameworks are in place in the jurisdiction you are working in and what they require agencies to do.

Intermedium's 2022 Government Cyber Security Readiness Indicator report gives you those talking points and provides the definitive score card on government cyber security measures. 

Get insights into:

  • Cyber security strategy
  • Governance
  • Policies, standards and frameworks
  • Compliance management
  • Capabilities
  • Willingness to collaborate with other jurisdictions and industry 
Intermedium 2022 Government Cyber Security Readiness Indicator Report-1 (1).pdf

For the 2020 report, click here.

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