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About ASIO Outreach

ASIO Outreach is the principal interface between the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) and government and industry stakeholders. ASIO Outreach provides information via a number of means including a subscriber-controlled website, ASIO-hosted briefings, face to face engagement and participation in joint government and industry forums. All these mechanisms are aimed at providing risk management decision-makers within government and industry with the most current security intelligence and protective security advice to assist them to: 

  • recognise and respond to national security threats; 
  • develop appropriate risk mitigation strategies; and 
  • provide informed briefings to executives and staff.

The secure website operates on a free subscription basis. The ASIO Outreach website contains intelligence-backed reporting on the domestic and international security environment. This reporting is drawn from the full range of ASIO's information holdings and expertise (including the multi-agency National Threat Assessment Centre, ASIO's protective security area (T4) and the Counter-Espionage and Interference Division) and some foreign intelligence partner agency reports.

Other inquiries

All media inquiries should be directed to the ASIO Media Liaison Officer on (02) 6249 8381.

You should ring the National Security Hotline on 1800 123 400 if you have concerns about, or information on, threats to Australia's critical infrastructure, or if you believe you have information of possible terrorist activity or have seen or heard something suspicious that may need investigation by security agencies. If you wish to report a crime or have information about possible criminal activity, you should contact your local police.

To report a cyber incident you should visit or call the Australian Cyber Security Hotline 1300 CYBER1 (1300 292 371).