“In our interconnected world, cyber resilience is everyone’s problem. Exploiting weaknesses in Australian or neighbouring nations’ systems and supply chains can impact all economies, regionally and globally. No one is untouchable, we are all responsible”.

Since 2015, the OCSC has drawn upon its vast research talent, specialist network and executives to answer and inform the Australian government’s call out to industry in the shaping of national Australian policies.

The OCSC prides itself on its capability in delivering high quality, evidence-based submissions that generate on point perspectives, viable and tangible solutions to complex matters and contributes to robust government discussions. Over the last 12 months, 2019-2020, the OCSC has contributed thought leadership towards the National Cyber Security Strategy and the Cyber and Critical Technology International Engagement Strategy.

With its eight university members and Global Constellation partnership with the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC), University of Oxford and Cybersecurity Capacity Centre for Southern Africa (C3SA) at the University of Cape Town, the OCSC positions itself key to the fundamental contribution of national and regional multi-dimensional cybersecurity capacity building to strengthen cyber resilience.

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