• Surviving in a world of sharper technological competition

    Lesley Seebeck     |      February 18, 2020

    The sooner Australia comes to grips with technology’s reshaping of the world, the better we will be able to adapt, act and secure our future within it.

  • People are not the problem in cyber-security

    Lesley Seebeck     |      November 5, 2019

    The slow work of building human capability and a systems-level understanding is likely to yield better results in cyber-security than firing staff who make mistakes or micromanaging individual activity.

  • Why the fifth domain is different

    Lesley Seebeck     |      September 6, 2019

    Cyber-warfare has joined land, sea, air and space as a domain of global conflict. Rather than continuing to talk about simply operating in the fifth domain, we should be thinking about shaping it, and shaping it to our interests.

  • The universal acid of cyber

    Lesley Seebeck     |      October 10, 2018

    To address cyber issues, we need fewer blunt instruments such as legislative, system-wide interventions and more adaptive, targeted instruments attuned to the disparate and changing nature of the system.