Australia Establishes Rapid Cyber Assistance Teams for Pacific Islands’ Security

Australia has allocated $26.2 million to establish rapid assistance teams for cyber crises in the Pacific region and an additional $16.7 million to identify cyber vulnerabilities in the Pacific Islands. This move comes after Australia and the United States made a commitment last month. This content is only available to subscribers. Register now for free access to Australia’s top business IT content and a daily news bulletin in your inbox. Already have an account? Log in to read this article.

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