Members of the TISN include owners and operators of critical infrastructure; and representatives from Australian, state and territory government agencies, and peak national bodies.
The TISN is made up of
- eight Sector Groups
- a Resilience Expert Advisory Group
- an Oil and Gas Security Forum
- Cross-sectoral Interest Groups.
These groups are overseen by the Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council.
Sector Groups enable critical infrastructure owners and operators to share information on threats and vulnerabilities, and collaborate on appropriate measures to mitigate risk and boost resilience.
The Sector Groups cover
Each Sector Group is supported by an Australian Government agency – usually the agency that has portfolio responsibility for that sector.
Resilience Expert Advisory Groups
The Resilience Expert Advisory Group was established to advise the TISN and the Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council on the practical dimensions of organisational resilience.
Oil and Gas Security Forum
This Forum is a sub-group of the Energy Sector Group.
It provides an avenue for discussion to improve the resilience of the Australian oil and gas industry through sharing all hazard security information and insights between industry participants and government agencies.
Cross-sectoral Interest Groups
Members from the Sector Groups and other interested parties also get together to form Cross-sectoral Interest Groups as issues arise, to develop appropriate knowledge and understanding, and share information.
Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council
The Critical Infrastructure Advisory Council oversees the groups of the TISN, and advises the Attorney-General on the Australian Government’s approach to critical infrastructure resilience.
Each of the Sector Groups, the states and territories, relevant Australian Government agencies and the Australian Local Government Association are represented on the Advisory Council.
TISN governance structure
How to join the TISN
Owners and operators of critical infrastructure, and all government agencies directly associated with critical infrastructure can seek membership on the Sector Groups.
If you are interested in finding out more about the TISN, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org