The head of a small cloud company that was knocked back by the Australian Signals Directorate when it sought to gain Protected cloud status for its offering says the cyber security minister has promised to have the company's case reviewed.
The Australian Signals Directorate appears to be bending the rulebook when it comes to the granting of Protected cloud status, favouring multinational American companies and knocking back smaller Australian outfits that meet the desired criteria.
Thanks Sam for debunking these alternative facts
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