This article gives an overview of Australia's national military strategy for cyber space and the implied demands for a radical approach to development of our civil skills base. It then looks at developments in countries and groups of military interest to us in cyberspace. On this basis, the piece concludes with some recommendations for Australian policy.

December 2014


Telstraman Thodey resigns ? Penn to be new CEO; Draft copyright code published - but code ?must respect consumers?; Parents ?want kids taught digital skills?; ?If the state's got your phone, it's got your soul?; Optical network hardware market ?diverse?.

23rd February 2015