Resilience is about being better able to adapt to change, having reduced exposure to risk, and being better able to bounce back from any type of hazard–including natural disasters, pandemics, accidents, negligence, criminal activity and terrorist attack.
It is also about learning from incidents and building capacity in organisations to better manage all hazards, both expected and unexpected.
An important part of creating a more resilient Australia is creating more resilient critical infrastructure.
Resilience and the TISN
The Australian Government’s Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy aims to achieve the continued provision of essential services that support Australia’s national security, economic prosperity, and social and community wellbeing in the face of all hazards.
For more information refer to the Australian Government’s Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy or the Australian Government’s Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy Supplement documents.
Resilience Expert Advisory Group
This Expert Advisory Group provides strategic advice on key aspects of critical infrastructure resilience.
It comprises subject matter experts from both within and outside the TISN.
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