Cyber Cooperation Program

Australia's Cyber Cooperation Program works across the Indo-Pacific to improve cyber resilience. Established in 2016, the Program plays an important role in supporting Australia's international cyber engagement which champions an open, free and secure Internet that protects national security and promotes international stability, while driving global economic growth and sustainable development.

The Program supports Australia's commitment to deliver on the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development which recognises the vital role of digital technologies to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all.

View the Cyber Cooperation Program factsheet | [PDF 542 KB]

Map of the Pacific Islands, pin pointing the following countries - Brunei, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Cook, Niue Islands, Tonga, Samoa, Tokelau, The Solomon Islands, Kiribati, The Marshall Islands, Laos PDR, Vietnam, Fiji, Vanuatu, Palau Tuvalu, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia.

Partnerships

The success of the Program is based on its strong partnerships model which sees industry, academia, civil society, Australian Government agencies, and other like-minded donors partner with countries across the Indo-Pacific to combine knowledge and resources to advance and protect our collective interests in cyberspace.

Learn more about our program partners



Last Updated: 26 March 2019