Dr Herb Lin discusses cyber-enabled information warfare (CEIW) as a form of conflict or confrontation to which the Western democracies are particularly vulnerable.
The National Security College’s Head, Professor Rory Medcalf and Academic Director, Associate Professor Matthew Sussex, will be on hand with other lecturers to outline our courses, explain the options and provide you with tailored advice.
Greg Touhill discusses the cyber threat landscape and recommends solutions.
Scott D Sagan discusses the lessons that can be learned from the Cold War for the current crisis with North Korea.
Bonnie Butlin discusses the benefits of collaboration across the cyber domain and the obstacles that need to be overcome to achieve successful outcomes.
This event will see the launch of a special edition of the Australian Journal of International Affairs. The speakers will look at key themes associated with the contemporary formulation of national security policy.
This event is an opportunity for aspiring PhD candidates to meet College researchers, and discuss the PhD application process and potential research topics.
In this public seminar, Professors Medcalf and Sussex will explore how China and Russia’s sophisticated toolkits have spread their influence abroad.
In this seminar and workshop Dr Legrand, Dr Henschke and Ms Carroll will consider the vulnerabilities, ethics and policy options related to cyber security and democracy.
In this public seminar and scenario workshop, the speakers will explore how sophisticated toolkits developed by Russia and China have spread their influence abroad