• An agenda for Australia’s lead cyber negotiator

    Bart Hogeveen     |      May 4, 2019

    Australia’s place on a U.N. cyber-security body offers a unique opportunity to help shape the international agenda.

  • New guidelines for responding to cyber attacks don’t go far enough

    Greg Austin     |      December 20, 2018

    Australia’s first Cyber Incident Management Arrangements are a good start, but the government needs better engagement with private companies to prevent and manage criminal and state-sponsored cyber attacks.

  • Naming and shaming the unshameable

    Fergus Hanson     |      April 20, 2018

    In the light of escalating cyber attacks from Russia, China and other hostile actors, the West is taking a more proactive approach to naming the perpetrators and taking active counter-measures.

  • Unmasking Australia’s offensive cyber capability

    Tom Uren     |      April 11, 2018

    A new policy brief builds on official government statements about Australia’s ability to fight back against cyber attacks. It offers more detail on the strengths and weaknesses of our offensive cyber power, explains the risks involved in its use and details some of its checks and balances.

  • Cyber-threats rank high in new WEF Global Risk Report

    Open Forum     |      January 25, 2018

    The World Economic Forum’s Global Risks Report for 2018 highlights the threats which cyber-crime, environmental degradation and political turmoil pose to the planet and its 7.6 billion citizens.

  • Protecting the New Frontier

    Catherine Fritz-Kalish     |      November 30, 2017

    A new GAP taskforce report warns about the vulnerability of Australian businesses to cyber attacks and calls for more research, better education and higher standards to harden Australia against criminal intrusions. GAP managing director Catherine Fritz-Kalish introduces the recommendations.