Home Cyber Security

Cyber Security

Defence Cyber Security

Get the latest Australia defence news from APDR.

Leonardo supports Australian cyber security

Italian aerospace and defence company Leonardo has an ongoing strategy of support to Australia with a specific focus on cyber projects following the Australian government’s recent announcement that it would spend A$1.35 billion over the next decade to enhance...

OPINION: A warning for Defence on 5G technology

The term 5G is the fifth-generation cellular network. It is capable of enabling download and upload speeds 10-100 times faster than what is possible on a 4G network. The time taken for wireless devices to communicate with wireless networks,...

Dekko Secure launches military-grade videoconferencing system

Australian cyber security company Dekko Secure announced Tuesday (7 July) the launch of its military-grade secure video conferencing system called DekkoLYNX. The company said DekkoLYNX offers a video-chat solution that ensures confidential and sensitive discussions are fully protected and...

Australia investing A$1.35 billion in cyber security

Australia’s government announced Tuesday (30 June) that it would be spending A$1.35 billion over the next 10 years in what it called its “largest ever investment in cyber security to enhance its capabilities and assistance provided to Australians through...

Australia launches enhanced cyber security website

The Australian government has launched a new website designed to help Australians have faster and easier access to essential cyber security information to help protect against online threats. The Australian Cyber Security Centre’s (ACSC) revised cyber.gov.au website provides expert...
electronic-warfare-in-cyberspace-and-outer-space

Electronic warfare in cyberspace and outer space

Electronic warfare in cyberspace and outer space Most APDR readers will be familiar with the term cyberspace but might find it harder to define what that means. The military uses its own definition "Cyberspace is a global domain within the...
electronic-warfare-success-hinges-on-spectrum-dominance

Electronic warfare success hinges on spectrum dominance

Electronic warfare success hinges on spectrum dominance Military forces must continue evolving to stay ahead of their adversaries, leading to a more flexible, scalable approach to threat detection, analysis, and response. The US Air Force recently it featured  retired its...
project-peregrine-a-boost-for-raafs-electronic-warfare-capability

Project Peregrine – a boost for RAAF’s electronic warfare capability

Project Peregrine – a boost for RAAF’s electronic warfare capability Project Peregrine, announced in March last year, will deliver four highly specialised Electronic Warfare support aircraft to the RAAF, with the first scheduled to arrive in late 2022 or early...

Cyber security is key to Australia’s defence

Prime Minister Scott Morrison said Friday (19 June) that Australian organisations, including governments and businesses, are currently the targets of sustained attacks by a sophisticated foreign "state-based" hacker. While Morrison said the government would not take the formal step...

Accenture: Most Australian companies say cybersecurity investments are failing

New research from Accenture has revealed 80 percent of Australian companies believe that their cybersecurity investments are failing, while the number of breaches increased by 50 percent from 2018 to 2019. These findings, coupled with the acceleration of cyber...

STAY CONNECTED WITH APDR

1,739FansLike
2,235FollowersFollow