ANU to teach cybersecurity to governments

CMM’s reporting with a straight face correspondent files news that ANU will run a bootcamp, to “help better equip practitioners at the frontline of the region’s cybersecurity challenges.”

DFAT is funding the university to run the courses for three times per annum for four years, for officials from ASEAN and Pacific nations.

The courses will include “exercise scenarios,” – ANU can teach from experience.


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