Trusting the Internet

"Trusting the Internet" is a National Office for the Information Economy (NOIE) guidebook to help small and medium businesses understand the key issues of Internet security, including when browsing websites, sending emails, conducting e-commerce transactions and dealing with Government agencies online.

It explains in simple, easy to understand terminology how to ensure that you and your business are secure in the online environment. The guide explains the simple use of secure Internet technologies and aims to make businesses aware of the latest developments in areas such as privacy and the protection of online data.

This has become particularly important with the introduction of the Privacy Amendment (Private Sector) Act 2000 that came into effect on 21 December, 2001. This publication is available from the NOIE website at www.noie.gov.au/publications/noie/trust/index.htm


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