This strategy sets out the Turnbull Government’s philosophy and program for meeting the dual challenges of the digital age—advancing and protecting Australia's interests online.
Trust in democratic and other key institutions has declined, and this is compounded by new capabilities of adversaries seeking to interfere in elections and to undermine people’s trust in those institutions. This policy brief explores areas where interference has been detected across the world and...
This paper sets out a roadmap for how organisations in the civil nuclear sector can explore their options and review their cyber risk exposure.
Earlier this month, researchers created an AI-driven malware that can be used tohack hospital CT scans, generating false cancer images that deceived even the most skilled doctors.
This paper provides insights into how the Australian Defence Force might apply its knowledge of a changing environment to more comprehensively address gaps in its software framework.
This guide provides some brief background information on national measures to build cybersecurity and cybersafety and combat cybercrime, and includes links to relevant websites.
If the next government is serious about protecting Australian businesses and families, here are seven concrete actions it should take immediately upon taking office, suggests Damien Manuel.
This publication contains thirty short essays that cover a vast range of subjects, from the big geostrategic challenges of our times, through to defence strategy; border, cyber and human security; and key emergent technologies.
As cyber threats continue to grow in sophistication, organizations face a persistent challenge in recruiting skilled cybersecurity professionals. This paper highlights the gaps that exist in the nation’s current cybersecurity education and training landscape and identifies examples of successful programs that hold promise as models...
This briefing looks at the cyber threats associated with consumer devices and their causes, as well as initiatives to improve device security, and the related challenges.
This report argues that, as the Canadian economy becomes more data driven, the country needs a national data strategy that encourages innovation, providessecurity and privacy, prioritises transparency and oversight, and transcends jurisdictional barriers.
The world is facing a growing number of complex and interconnected challenges - from climate change and slowing global growth to economic inequality. This report provides an opportunity to identify priority areas for action in 2019.
Cyber civil defence is the responsibility of the entire community. Australia needs a national standing committee for cyber security emergency management and resilience that is an equal partnership between government, business, and academic specialists.
Australia’s Cyber Incident Management Arrangements (CIMA) outlines the inter-jurisdictional coordination arrangements and principles for Australian governments’ cooperation in response to national cyber incidents.
Like other countries, Australia is focused on protecting its critical infrastructure from cyber threats. However, there’s a serious gap in how we approach the protection of our valuable digital national identity assets.
These guidelines are intended for Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs), Chief Information Officers (CIOs), cyber security professionals and information technology managers. As such, these guidelines discuss both governance and technical concepts in order to support the protection of organisations’ information and systems.