The Jeff Bleich Centre will undertake research in areas of mutual concern to Australia and the US in response to cyber challenges. Read more
The Australian Space Agency (ASA) has released a 10 year plan to guide the growth of the country’s civilian space industry.
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A Defence High Performance Computing Centre is to be constructed at the Defence Science and Technology site in Edinburgh, SA.
The government has announced that it will put $6 million towards a Mission Control Centre for the Australian Space Agency.
Defence has partnered with industry to develop Defence’s space capability at SpaceFest 2019, a capability demonstration and equipment trial.
When our intelligence chiefs look at the external challenges facing Australia they generally nominate the three “C’s”—China, counter-terrorism and cyberspace—as their primary focus.
The official signing of the Lockheed Martin Statement of Strategic Intent and Cooperation with the Australian Space Agency was held in Melbourne on the sidelines of the 2019 Avalon Air Show.
Professor Greg Austin, Deputy Director of UNSW Canberra Cyber, has warned that Australia and allied states are at risk of experiencing a cyber ‘blitzkrieg’.
Myriota has partnered with Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems to develop and launch multiple satellites in 2019.
Fighting cyber-attacks using AI to create stronger ‘cyber traps’ is the focus of two ground-breaking Australian research projects.
Defence has signed three major contracts to deliver ICT support services.
British company CGC Systems has been contracted to supply and install the first antenna systems at the first Australian Ground Network site near Geraldton.
The Australian Space Agency has announced that it will set up its national headquarters in Adelaide.
Leidos has been awarded a task order by the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to manage cyber and enterprise security operations.