Cyber affairs

  • Memorandum of Understanding on Cyber and Digital Cooperation between the Government of the Kingdom of Thailand and the Government of Australia

    The MoU will support the two countries to manage cyber threats and harness opportunities for digital trade.

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  • Attribution of Chinese cyber-enabled commercial intellectual property theft

    The Australian Government has expressed serious concern about a global campaign of cyber-enabled commercial intellectual property theft by a group known as APT10.

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  • Australia and New Zealand: Pacific cyber cooperation

    New Zealand and Australian Ministers for Foreign Affairs announced a joint commitment to partner with Pacific Island countries to enhance our collective cyber resilience.

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  • Strengthening international cyber law expertise in the Pacific

    A week-long course for legal officers from the Pacific on the application of international law in cyberspace.

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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