BLUFAustralia can leverage its growing cyber offensive capabilities to deter potential military aggressors like China—Australia might have a relatively small force, but it is a highly competent and capable force.
- Cyberattacks aim to break into enemy military networks to disrupt or disable their systems.
- Cyber forces are now an integral part of a country’s strike capability in wartime.
- Canberra is tripling the size of its offensive cyber forces under Project Redspice, announced last year.
- CYBERWAR 01: COLLECTION | The Runway (airforce.gov.au)
- MAR 2022 Cyber defence bolstered by $10 billion via Project REDSPICE—SMH
- APR 2022 Australian cyber: What’s “Redspice” for?—The Interpreter
- MAY 2023 Defence on notice to beef-up its cybersecurity efforts—The Mandarin
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