Media and Resources

Stay up-to-date with all the news and views from the CSCRC.

27/11/2020

An AI action plan for all Australians – Discussion paper

The CSCRC’s submission to the An AI action plan for all Australians – Discussion paper.

27/11/2020

PJCIS – Review of the Telecommunications Sector Security Reform

The CSCRC’s submission to the PJCIS review of the Telecommunications Sector Security Reform.

30/10/2020

Rethinking bioterrorism post COVID-19

Dr Patrick Walsh discusses why COVID-19 has demonstrated the need for greater strategic and operational integration between public health and national security agencies.

16/9/2020

Response to Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Systems of National Significance consultation paper

The CSCRC’s submission to the Department of Home Affair consultation paper, Protecting Critical Infrastructure and Systems of National Significance.

15/9/2020

Cyber security has to be every company’s business 

Taking cyber security seriously means taking all necessary measures (given the resources of the organisation) to handle, protect, store and share that data with utmost care, protecting it from threats.

7/9/2020

‘Normal’ Authority – Who’s Got the Power in a Democratic Information Environment

Katja Theodorakis navigates the inherent tension in safeguarding online spaces from violent extremist content while adhering to the foundational principles of the liberal order.

25/8/2020

Black-hearted souls submerged in the darkest web

Crime can’t exist without secrets. And when it comes to keeping them, criminals have a knack for creativity.

10/8/2020

State-Sponsored Right-Wing Extremism: A Hybridity of Threat to Liberal Democracy

Tim Legrand examines the almost limitless potential of cyberspace to spread ideas of hate remakes the scale of the potential threat.

30/7/2020

Inquiry into criminal activity and law enforcement during the COVID-19 pandemic

The CSCRC’s submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Law Enforcement inquiry into criminal activity and law enforcement during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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