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With revolutionary changes in communications technology and the growing complexity of national security, Australia’s intelligence community faces a relentless growth of the information it collects and analyses. This article explores the impact of this challenge on the foreign intelligence assessment process. In particular, three risks—the...
This article argues that the latest Defence White Paper White Paper provides no insights into how to integrate cyber power into national strategy, set any real strategic direction for an improved whole-of-nation effort.
The 2013 Defence White Paper includes security against...
China has the most extensive and most practised cyber-warfare capabilities in Asia.
This article describes the development of these capabilities since the mid-1990s, the intelligence and military organisations involved, and the particular capabilities that have been demonstrated in defence exercises and in attacks on...