THE JULY/AUGUST 2014 EDITION OF APDR WILL MARK 40 YEARS OF HIGH QUALITY DEFENCE ANALYSIS, DEBATE, INFORMATION AND COMMENT – MAKING US BY FAR THE LONGEST RUNNING AND MOST FREQUENTLY QUOTED PUBLICATION IN AUSTRALIA AND THE REGION.
16th Apr 2014
40TH SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY EDITION
THE JULY/AUGUST 2014 EDITION OF APDR WILL MARK
40 YEARS OF HIGH QUALITY DEFENCE ANALYSIS,
DEBATE, INFORMATION AND COMMENT – MAKING US BY FAR
THE LONGEST RUNNING AND MOST FREQUENTLY QUOTED
PUBLICATION IN AUSTRALIA AND THE REGION.
40 years ago the Cold War was at its hight, the Vietnam War was raging – though Australian troops had come home – terrorists had disrupted the Olympic Games two years before and massive nuclear weapons stockpiles could have destroyed life on the planet several times over. While many conventional threats remain the same, what has really changed in the last four decades is the coming of the internet – and with it undreamed of opportunities, but also threats from both State and non-State actors.
To mark our 40 years of independent and in-depth analysis, the July/August edition will be themed ‘The new frontier – cyber warfare, cyber security and cyber crime’. As an important part of this issue, we invite companies with relevant experience in these domains to contribute up to 950 words describing in their own terminology how they see future cyber trends and what needs to be done so that internet is safe and secure – not only for military users but for entire nations.
It is suggested that companies use the opportunity to outline their own skills and how they are involved in this rapidly expanding domain. References to developments in the Asia-Paciﬁc region will be appreciated – though the cyber world does not recognise national boundaries. Because there have to be some limits on what can sensibly be included, we are looking for contributions from companies of substance – so a minimum of 2 years involvement in this ﬁeld, 10 or more employees directly engaged in cyber security activities and with some reference contracts. Contributions will be published in full and at no cost.
Submissions should reach us by 1 July 2014
and company logos can be attached:
Logos must come in High Resolution 300 DPI jpeg or pdf.
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