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Title ANZUS 2.0 : cybersecurity and Australia-US relations / Andrew Davies [and others]
Published Barton, ACT : Australian Strategic Policy Institute, 2012
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Description 1 online resource (30 pages) : digital, PDF file
Series ASPI special report ; issue 46
Special report (Australian Strategic Policy Institute) ; issue 46
Summary At the 15 September 2011 AUSMIN talks in San Francisco, Australian and US officials took advantage of the 60th anniversary of the signing of the ANZUS Treaty to announce the alliance would now extend into cyberspace. It was the first time, outside of NATO, that two allies had formalised their joint cooperation in cyberspace. This is a critically important evolution of the ANZUS alliance. Two papers in this report deal with the Australian and US perceptions of the cyberthreat, written by Andrew Davies and James Lewis. Two others deal with legal and military responses. Jessica Herrera-Flanigan writes of the legal and normative issues both countries must pay attention to and promote in cyberspace. James Mulvenon articulates how Australia and the US can respond as allies
Notes April 2012
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Computer crimes -- Prevention -- International cooperation
Cyberspace -- Security measures -- Government policy -- Australia
Cyberspace -- Security measures -- Government policy -- United States
Cyberspace -- Security measures -- International cooperation
Cyberterrorism -- Prevention -- International cooperation
Information warfare -- Prevention -- International cooperation
United States.
Form Electronic book
Author Davies, Andrew
Herrera-Flanigan, Jessica
Lewis, James
Australian Strategic Policy Institute