Patrick Durrant | Sydney
On Tuesday the Australian Centre for Cyber Security (ACCS) released two studies highlighting Australia’s lack of preparedness for cyber war.
The first study, entitled “Australia Rearmed: Future Capabilities for Cyber-enabled Warfare” and written by Professor Greg Austin, Professorial Fellow with the EastWest Institute in New York and visiting professor at the ACCS at ADFA, describes Australia’s response to the “emerging centrality of cyber space” in the conduct of future war as “slow and fragmented”.
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