PSPF Consulting

In October 2018, the Australian Government published the new Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF). The reforms focus on encouraging risk-based security outcomes and provide essential guidance for government and non-government entities alike.

Since its introduction in 2012, the PSPF has been designed to assist Government entities in the protection of their people, information and assets by providing policy guidance and better practice advice for governance, physical, personnel and information security. Importantly, the PSPF also represents best practice guidelines for non-government entities and can be an invaluable tool for any organisation when it comes to protective security. Additionally, non-government organisations that engage in business with government entities may be required to adhere and align themselves with certain parts of the PSPF.
Agilient’s consultants have comprehensive knowledge of the PSPF and utilise it regularly in their security reviews. Our consultants also have experience in not only undertaking PSPF compliance reviews, roadmaps and audits for government organisations, but also in assisting non-government organisations to understand and align themselves with the PSPF security policies.
When delivering PSPF consulting, Agilient provides a range of services including:
  • Setting security objectives and goals
  • Developing security frameworks, policies, procedures and guidelines
  • Assisting with security change and cultural management
  • Continual improvement systems for protective security
  • Identifying security requirements embedded in legislation relevant to the organisation
  • Identifying relevant government policies that need to be complied with such as the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF)
  • Identifying and implementing security standards relevant to the organisation
Contact Agilient today to learn more about how and why you can align your government or non-government organisation’s security policies with the Protective Security Policy Framework and get a start on cultivating a positive culture of protective security.