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Bankers wary of terror rules

AUSTRALIA’S banks are still at loggerheads with the Federal Government over demands for statutory protection in return for backing of a project to support the fight against terrorism. The trusted information sharing network for critical infrastructure protection (TISN) would require banks to share data on customers and their security systems. An Australian Bankers’ Association spokeswoman said meetings between the body and the Government had not resolved how the banks would operate under the TISN framework and how the network would work. Launched in November 2002, TISN is intended to allow owners and operators of critical infrastructure to share information on important issues, such as information system attacks, vulnerabilities and e-crime. Full Story

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