Thursday, March 15, 2018

Professor Greg Austin, Australia’s leading specialist on cyber policy in China and a researcher on Chinese strategic policy for more than 30 years, will make a presentation on the subject of “The Sino-American Information Wars: Implications for Australia”.

Sunday, April 2, 2017

In February and March, Professor Greg Austin participated in five international meetings: in Hanoi, San Francisco, Oxford and Canberra. On 22 March, Austin delivered a Distinguished Lecture at Diplomatic Academy of Vietnam (DAV) on the subject of "Cyber Security and Geostrategic Shift in the Indo-Pacific: A New Phase of Sino-US Strategic Rivalry". This was the first lecture ever in the DAV on the subject of cyber security. The meeting was attended by senior Vietnamese officials from various ministries and several senior foreign diplomats.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Greg Austin calls on the Australian govenment to be more open about the espionage threat from China in cyber space.

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Professor Greg Austin reviews the Four Corner's Program on "Cyber War" (29 August 2016), discussing with Beverly O'Connor what it means for Australia, especially in respect of revelations about China's espionage against Australia. Austin is the author of the book, Cyber Policy in China (Polity Press, Cambridge UK, 2014)

Sunday, January 17, 2016

On Tuesday 19 January at 11.00 am, the Australian Centre for Cyber Security (ACCS) hosted a briefing for journalists to highlight new research on Australia’s preparedness (or lack of it) for cyber war. The event launched the Centre’s new Discussion Paper series. The first two studies released on Tuesday will be controversial since they identify important gaps in Australian defence policy. The papers both speak to the urgency of the Turnbull innovation agenda as well as the difficulties the government faces in the ICT sector. The two papers are:

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