Cyber affairs

  • e-Governance in the Pacific: mapping a way forward

    Australia’s Cyber Cooperation Program is supporting governments in the Pacific to maximise opportunities offered by the digital age.

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  • Supporting online safety in the Pacific

    As connectivity grows across the Pacific so does the need to support newly connected communities to have a safe and secure experience online.

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  • Building confidence in cyberspace through the development of a regional cyber points of contact directory

    The ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) Intersessional Meeting on Security of and in the Use of ICTs, held in Singapore on 28-29 March 2019.

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  • Supporting cyber security cooperation in CLMV countries

    As part of its cyber capacity-building efforts, the Cyber Cooperation Program supported the ICT4Peace Foundation to deliver a Senior Level Cybersecurity Policy and Diplomacy Workshop

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Australia's international cyber engagement champions an open, free and secure cyberspace.

The International Cyber Engagement Strategy sets out Australia's ambitious cyber affairs agenda. The Strategy is global in perspective and regional in focus. It is founded on private sector partnerships and is backed up by a practical plan of action.

Dr Tobias Feakin is Australia's inaugural Ambassador for Cyber Affairs in charge of implementing the International Cyber Engagement Strategy. He leads Australia's whole‑of‑government international engagement to advance and protect Australia's national security, foreign policy, economic and trade, and development interests in the internet and in cyberspace.



Last Updated: 8 December 2017
Australia's International Cyber Engagement Strategy