By Gary Waters, Desmond Ball & Ian Dudgeon
This e-book explores Australia’s potential cyber-warfare necessities and demanding situations. It describes the present kingdom of making plans and pondering in the Australian Defence strength with appreciate to community Centric war, and discusses the vulnerabilities that accompany the use by way of Defence of the nationwide details Infrastructure (NII), in addition to Defence’s accountability for the security of the NII. It notes the multitude of corporations involved in a number of methods with info defense, and argues that mechanisms are required to reinforce coordination among them. It additionally argues that Australia has been laggard with admire to the advance of offensive cyber-warfare plans and functions. eventually, it proposes the institution of an Australian Cyber-warfare Centre answerable for the making plans and behavior of either the protecting and offensive dimensions of cyber-warfare, for constructing doctrine and operational recommendations, and for deciding on new power necessities. It argues that the problem is pressing as a way to make sure that Australia may have the required features for undertaking technically and strategically refined cyber-warfare actions by means of the 2020s. The Foreword has been contributed via Professor Kim C. Beazley, former Minister for Defence (1984–90), who describes it as ‘a well timed publication which transcends previous debates on priorities for the defence of Australia or ahead commitments, [and] debates approximately globalism and regionalism’, and as ‘an priceless compendium’ to the present means of refining the strategic assistance for Australia’s destiny defence rules and services.
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31 Chapter 3 Information Warfare—Attack and Defence Gary Waters Introduction Information is used to create value and achieve a desired end-state or effect. Preventing this value from being realised, on the one hand, and protecting those systems that allow that value to be realised, on the other, are caught up in the notion of Information Warfare (IW). This chapter addresses these two aspects—the value of information and IW. It discusses the methods an adversary might use to attack Australia’s networks and other capabilities and what we should do to prevent that.
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