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This report argues that the policy response to Mexican organised crime will need to be more agile than the measures contained in Australia’s current National Organised Crime Response Plan.
Provides a depth of information and analysis that builds a deeper understanding of regional countries’ whole of nation approach to cyber policy, crime, and security issues, and identifies potential opportunities for engagement.
Summary The second edition of the International Cyber Policy Centre’s annual...
This report argues that while email continues to be the most common method by which scams are delivered, the use of landline and mobile telephones, including SMS, to target potential scam victims, has increased.
The Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce (ACFT) includes 22 government regulatory...
This paper suggests that 'We must recognise the failure of the "organised crime laws" to win the "war on organised crime".'
Offences designed to penalise criminal organisations constitute the most recent and perhaps most ambitious strategy to fight organised crime. The common feature of...
This e-book provides an insight into the key issues facing copyright law and digital content policy in a networked information world, based on papers presented at the First International Forum on the Content Industry and Intellectual Property. Published by Sydney University Press, this e-book provides...
Summary: To make considered, evidence-based cyber policy judgements in the Asia-Pacific there’s a need for better tools to assess the existing ‘cyber maturity’ of nations in the region. Over the past twelve months the Australian Strategic Policy Institute’s International Cyber Policy Centre has developed...
The aim of this analysis is purely to calculate an investment cost of providing several regions of the developing world with 100% renewable electricity, and to compare those amounts with the gross concentrated wealth of the world’s richest individuals, in order to highlight the need...