Emanation Security Program
The Emanation Security Program sets out the requirements for government and industry agencies to be formally recognised by the national authority, the Defence Signals Directorate (DSD), to conduct emanation security practices to national standards.
All electronic information systems emit electromagnetic radiation. In some cases this can be related to the information being processed and may pose a security risk. Emanation security involves measures designed to deny unauthorised persons information of value that may be derived from the interception and analysis of compromising emanations.
The Australian Emanation Security Program Manual (ACSI 77 (B)) (PDF) provides guidance to commercial and government agencies wishing to participate in the program. Achievement of the accreditation standards allows for formal recognition by DSD. It also sets out the obligations of agencies once registered in the program.
Application forms for joining the Emanation Security Program are included as annexes to the manual.
The Emanation Security Program superseded the Australian Industrial TEMPEST Program (ACSI 77(A)) in 2006.
Certified Emanation Security Providers
|Agency||Contact||A||B Level 1||B Level 2||B Level 3||B Level 4||C|
|DSD Cyber and Information Security Division||1300 CYBER1||Authority||Authority||Authority||Authority||Authority||Authority|
|Navy DNCNE NCIW||(02) 6266 2834||–||–||–||–||Provisional||Provisional|
|Army Accredited Test Services||(03) 9319 5734||–||–||–||Provisional||–||–|
|Air Force 462SQN||(08) 7383 5020||–||–||–||Endorsed||Endorsed||Provisional|
|Clements Security Services||(02) 6291 1087||–||Endorsed||Endorsed||Endorsed||Endorsed||Endorsed|
|Thales Australia||(02) 9562 2744||Endorsed||–||–||–||–||–|
For all enquiries, please contact the Emanation Security Manager on 1300 CYBER1.