The newly released Australian Cyber Security Centre Threat Report contains some fascinating tit-bits and telegraphing of messages. It's the Centre's second report but the first since the Government released its Cyber Security Strategy. Here are my takeaways:
1. Diverting from the approach of our major ally, the US, the report makes clear Australia does not see value in naming and shaming state perpetrators.
U.S. federal, state and local government agencies rank in last place in cyber security when compared against 17 major private industries, including transportation, retail and healthcare, according to a new report released Thursday. ...
The Department of Homeland Security released a report on cyber security after several major breaches of government database
With most cyber criminals never caught or punished, Greg Austin, professor at the Australian Centre for Cyber Security, has said we should accept government will never be up to speed with today's threat actors.
Clint Arizmendi & Chloe Diggins are from the Land Warfare Studies Centre. The views expressed are their own and do not reflect those of the Department of Defence or the Australian Government. Recent cyber attacks on the Australian i...