1. Company will not compromise its core business strategy. Eg: for Apple this is sell devices/storage that are guaranteed to be secure. To point they won’t let the FBI in.
*Australia doesn’t want to use term “back door” so let’s call it malware.
(1) Create an “Australian” version of product that uses different encryption and is for want of a better word slightly disabled. So that any malware won’t impact global product.
(3) Fight it tooth and nail in court because capitulating means you can’t guarantee integrity of global products.
In all three scenarios you protect global business.
Well. You just won’t be able to guarantee service/product is rock solid secure. Because you literally won’t *know* due to secrecy clause.
So find another thing that’s great to put in brochures...?