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13/7/2022

New Cyber Honeypot Tech Lures Thieves

Australian students, researchers and industry professionals have developed a suite of cutting-edge cyber honeypot technology. DecaaS (Deception as a Service) uses machine learning models to create highly realistic but fake versions of data and digital assets that are attractive to hackers.

13/7/2022

Cyber Security CRC and CSIRO Projects named winners at NSW IAWARDS

Two cutting-edge research projects led by the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre and CSIRO’s Data61 have been recognised as winners at the New South Wales iAwards 2022.

25/5/2022

Redefining the ‘arsenal of democracy’

The CSCRC's Research Director Helge Janicke and Director of Corporate Affairs Anne-Louise Brown address the ’fifth domain in warfare’ and how cyber technologies are becoming an indispensable element of modern arsenal. The article was published in Nature Human Behaviour journal.

24/5/2022

Cybersecurity rulings important for all Australian businesses

The world of cybersecurity is overflowing with principles. Principles about patching, passwords and people. Principles about physical security, phishing and firewalls. But until recently, there has been little legal precedent supporting these principles—and without such precedent, principles can be difficult to enforce. This article was published by ASPI’s The Strategist.

7/3/2022

Response to the ACCC’s Digital Platform Services Inquiry, Discussion Paper for Interim Report No.5: Updating competition and consumer law digital platform services

The CSCRC’s response to the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) Digital Platform Services Inquiry, Discussion Paper for Interim Report No. 5: Updating competition and consumer law for digital platform services.

22/2/2022

Response to the Department of Home Affairs – Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022 – Exposure Draft and Explanatory Document

The CSCRC’s response to the Department of Home Affairs regarding its Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022 (the Bill) – Exposure Draft and Explanatory Document.

16/2/2022

PJCIS review of the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022

The CSCRC’s response to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security’s (PJCIS) review of the Security Legislation Amendment (Critical Infrastructure Protection) Bill 2022.

11/2/2022

Response to the Department of Home Affairs – Reform of Australia’s electronic surveillance framework discussion paper

The CSCRC’s response to the Department of Home Affairs regarding its Discussion Paper into Reform of Australia’s electronic surveillance framework.

11/2/2022

REPORT: HOW SMALL BUSINESSES CAN BUILD CYBER STRENGTH AND SMARTS

Small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) are the lifeblood of Australia’s economy, comprising more than 90 per cent of the economy. However, when it comes to cyber security uplift, the sector faces many challenges. An Australian-first pilot project carried out by the CSCRC, in collaboration with CyberCX and CSIRO’s Data61 has identified common weaknesses in organisations and offers practical solutions to help overcome some of the barriers.