Call for TOLA Act submissions from the industry

Call for TOLA Act submissions from the industry

Closing 1 November 2019

Calling all #OzCyber companies and interested stakeholders ... AustCyber encourages you to continue to get involved in the Independent National Security Legislation Monitor’s (INSLM) review of the TOLA Act.

Written submissions for the review close on 1 November to [email protected].

Submissions received after this date may not be considered for this review.

This review is an important opportunity for you to voice your views and provide evidence of your experiences with the legislation.

It is important for the ecosystem to have a collective voice on this and other regulatory issues that shape our future as we continue to grow and sustain the growth in the Australian cyber security sector.

Further details about the review, including how to make a submission, are available here.

Submissions received by the INSLM will be posted to their website, provided the author of the submission has consented to its publication and there is no other reason not to publish the submission (for example, if publication could raise legal issues).

AustCyber will be making a submission on behalf of interested stakeholders.

If you’re interested in contributing to this document, rather than making an individual submission, please email your contribution to [email protected] by Wednesday 30 October.

Further information about the TOLA Act and the INSLM’s consultation can be found here:

Time for industry to speak up on Australia’s encryption legislation’ – 21 October2019

Independent review of encryption legislation commences’ – 19 August 2019

Submissions to Encryption Review Extended Until 1 November 2019’ – 7 October 2019