Cyber War, Peace and Policy
How should powers like Australia adjust to new national security needs in cyber space in the face of developments in the United States, China and Russia? What mix of skills is needed for the next generation of experts? How should we plan cyber security policy for tomorrow? These are some of the questions being asked by researchers at UNSW Canberra Cyber. Cyber War, Peace and Policy seeks to leverage existing capabilities in Australia and beyond to promote advanced study of key issues such as information warfare, human capital for cyber security and military, diplomatic and national security policy for cyber space. By analysing transformations in international and national security policy, strategy and diplomacy in response to the cyber age, our researchers aim to improve responses to complex cyber emergencies, enhance military cyber strategies and assess mission critical aspects of cyber-attack and defence.
Contact:Prof Greg Austin