The South Australian Cyber Security Framework (SACSF) is a whole of government approach to ensure cyber security is adequately managed in each South Australian Government agency. The SACSF also provides flexibility in the way each agency addresses the policies within it.

The SACSF applies to South Australian Government public sector agencies (agencies), including administrative units, bodies corporate, statutory authorities, and instruments of the Crown as per the Public Sector Act 2009. It also applies to suppliers to the South Australian Government and non-government personnel that provide services to government agencies.

The SACSF has a range of supporting guidance and templates to assist South Australian Government agencies with certain elements of the framework.

The individual requirements of agencies will determine how each guideline is used and what actions are needed to manage risks.

SACSF rulings are specific applications of security policy that must be adhered to by all agencies.