A new book to be launched on 18 March in Tallinn by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Center of Excellence (CCDCOE) carries separate chapters by UNSW Canberra Professors, Toni Erskine and Greg Austin. The book is titled International Cyber Norms: Legal, Policy & Industry Perspectives. A link to details of the book and full text chapters can be found here. 

The CCDCOE is at the epicentre of international research on the subject of norms for cyber space. The editor of the Tallinn Manual, Michael Schmitt, has a chapter in the book as well. Schmitt will participate in the book launch. He will be joined in the seminar panel by Estonian Minister of Foreign Affairs and National Expert to the UN Group of Governmental Experts (2014/2015) Marina Kaljurand,  a leading expert in international law, and the Director of the Tallinn Manual Process. Kaljurand visited Canebrra in March and met with ACCS Director, Professor Jill Slay, at a lunch meeting hosted by Australia's Foreign Minister, Hon. Julie Bishop MP. From the point of view of UNSW Canberra and ACCS positioning, for us to  have two of eleven chapters in this book is notable. It is part of an impressive story of research and global engagement by the university in this subject area.