Australian govt launches first Joint Cyber Security Centre

Friday 24 February 2017 | 09:25 CET | News
The Australian government has launched its first Joint Cyber Security Centre. The facility is designed to enable industry, government, and law enforcement to work together to boost cyber security resilience. This centre in Brisbane is the first stage of an AUD 47 million program piloting collaborative work spaces where industry, government and law enforcement work together and share relevant threat information, the government said.

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Countries: Australia
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