Dan Tehan Launch of the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s 2017 Threat Report
Maurice Reilly, CEO at the National Press Club gives the pre-broadcast reminder to turn phones to silent.
Dan Tehan posing for the NPC photographer, Lyn Mills.
Dan Tehan before his National Press Club address about Cyber Security.
Dan Tehan, 'Today, business for cyber criminals is booming."
Dan Tehan, "People are falling for online scams. Email phishing, identity theft, credit card fraud and ransomware, at an alarming rate."
Alastair MacGibbon, Cyber Security Special Adviser takes a photo of Dan Tehan at the National Press Club.
The view along the working press' table at the National Press Club as Dan Tehan was delivering his address.
Dan Tehan, "In 2016-17, the ACSC reported that 7.283 cyber security incidents affected major Australian businesses."
Dan Tehan, "The ACSC has seen targeting of non traditional victims such as automative, accommodation and hospitality businesses increase by around 50 per cent."
Dan Tehan, "Cyber crime is still under reported. Can I highlight one more important message? If you are hit by cyber crime, don't regret it, report it."
The audience at the National Press Club looks on as Dan Tehan delivers his address about cyber crime.
The view from the back of the room
Dan Tehan answers a question from Sabra Lane
Tim Shaw asking a question
Dan Tehan asked about who to call to report Cyber Crime. His response was 1300 cyber1.
Dan Tehan, said he thinks people are a bit scared of technology and don't change their passwords as often as they should.
Dan Tehan talking about the importance of spreading the cyber security message.
Dan Tehan, "I change it whenever I am told to." In response to a question from Sabra Lane asking who often he changed his password.
Misha Schubert, National Press Club Vice President asks Dan Tehan about how safe and secure our online data is.
Michael Keating from Keating Media and Inside Canberra asks Dan Tehan about the government's use of cloud computing and how it could become more affordable for small businesses.
Michael Keating asking a question at the National Press Club of Australia during Dan Tehan's visit.
Dan Tehan talking about how the government is encouraging more people to get the skills needed to work in the cyber industry.
Dan Tehan listens to a question from David Wroe about the appropriate use of money within the RSL
Dan Tehan says now is the time to drive change within the RSL in response to a question from David Wroe.
Nick Evans asking about how many prosecutions have come from investigations related to cyber crime.
Dan Tehan says that prosecutions relating to cyber crime are incredibly difficult as a lot of the activity against Australians is conducted offshore and in locations that we don't have close law enforcement networks with.
Dan Tehan listens to a question from Tim Shaw from Radio 2CC
Tim Shaw asks about Dan Tehan's view on RSL 2.0
Dan Tehan laughs in response to Tim Shaws suggestion that he share information from the Cabinet.
Dan Tehan talking about how climate change is real and how we need to ensure energy security and that it is affordable and reliable.
Dan Tehan chats with Michael Keating after his National Press Club address.
Dan Tehan with Michael Keating
Michael Keating with Tim Shaw at the National Press Club following Dan Tehan's address on Cyber Security
Alastair MacGibbon chatting at the National Press Club