Cyber Resilience Toolkit
The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) in partnership with AON have developed this Cyber Resilience Toolkit to equip real estate professionals with the knowledge and guidance needed to navigate the increasing risk of cybercrime in the real estate industry.
The Toolkit will provide you with the tools and resources to:
- identify common cyber risks and threats to your real estate business;
- prepare your real estate business and employees with nationally recognised best practice security measures; and
- implement strategies to mitigate and recover from cyber security incidents.
Learn about the key areas of cyber resilience:
- what information should be collected by a sales agent, property manager, buyer’s agent, commercial agent, auctioneer and business broker?
- understanding the legal requirements
- agency policies and procedures
- compliance with Privacy Laws and other legislative requirements
- employee education
- everyday measures taken at an employee level
- information life-cycle
Storage & Use
- complying with Queensland requirements & Australian Privacy Principles
- how long you should store information for
- using a reliable and secure CRM
- incorporating practices into the workplace
Cyber Incident Response Plan
- recommendations for preparation, detection and response
- prevention checklist
- guidance for implementation
- tools and resources that can assist you to become cyber resilient