The future of digital identity in Australia
Digital identity systems provide an opportunity to unlock economic benefits by simplifying and securing user interactions with government and private-sector digital services. However, to realise those benefits, this report makes eight recommendations to balance convenience, privacy and security considerations.
Collaborative and agile: intelligence community collaboration insights from the United Kingdom and the United States
The central aim of this report is to generate insights from the US and UK intelligence communities’ collaboration efforts. It identifies insights, so that members of Australia’s national intelligence community can use them to enhance the collaboration and agility for the purpose of giving Australian...
Ensuring a trusted 5G ecosystem of vendors and technology
5G is a subject that seems to come up in almost every discussion about the future of technology. This paper aims to broaden the global discussion. Given that all 5G network operators will need to rely on vendor partnerships to build and operate their networks...
Working smarter, not harder
Australian governments are the nation’s largest spenders on ICT, but they’re failing to maximise the leverage that market power gives them to drive improved cybersecurity and more secure supply chains. This study is based on interviews with key stakeholders in government and industry, and a...
Protecting critical national infrastructure in an era of IT and OT convergence
A lesson learned from IT security over the past decade is that impacts are severe unless security is considered up front and threats are managed proactively rather than reactively. As the convergence of IT and OT gathers pace in our critical national infrastructure, urgent action...