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Cyber Cooperation Program

Meet our partners

The success of the Cyber Cooperation Program is based on its strong partnerships model which sees industry, academia, civil society, Australian Government agencies, and other like-minded donors partner with countries across the Indo-Pacific to combine knowledge and resources to advance and protect our collective interests in cyberspace.

Partner summaries

  • Coat of arms of Tonga

    Government of Tonga

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Ministry of Meteorology, Energy, Information, Disaster Management, Environment, Climate Change and Communications (MEIDECC).

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  • Coat of arms of Vanuatu

    Government of Vanuatu

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Vanuatu Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) to strengthen cyber incident response capability of CERT Vanuatu.

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  • Coat of arms of Samoa

    Government of Samoa

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) to review Samoa's overall ICT legislation and provide advice on best practice.

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  • Coat of arms of Solomon Islands

    Government of Solomon Islands

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Solomon Islands Government ICT Support Unit (ICTSU) to build its technical capacity and cyber incident response skills of its staff.

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  • Logo of the Australian Federal Police

    Australian Federal Police

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Australian Federal Police (AFP) to deliver Cyber Safety Pasifika (CSP) initiative which provides cybercrime investigative training.

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  • Logo of the Attorney General's Department

    Attorney General's Department

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Attorney-General's Department (AGD) to build legislative capacity across the Pacific.

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    The Australian National University

    The Cyber Cooperation Program partnered with the Australian National University's National Security College (ANU NSC) to build cyber capacity across the region.

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  • Logo of the Australian Strategic Policy Institute

    Australian Strategic Policy Institute

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Australian Strategic Policy Institute's International Cyber Policy Centre (ASPI ICPC) to deliver a series of regional workshops.

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  • Logo of Ionize

    Ionize

    The Cyber Cooperation Program partnered with Ionize to deliver cyber security capacity training to technical staff within PNG's National Information and Communications Technology Authority (NICTA).

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  • Logo of Macquarie University

    Macquarie University

    The Cyber Cooperation Program partnered with Macquarie University to deliver a series of workshops to strengthen cyber security capacity of the Fijian Government.

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  • Logo of RMIT University

    RMIT University

    The Cyber Cooperation Program partnered with RMIT University's Australian APEC Study Centre to explore the application of block chain technology to support digital business and entrepreneurship.

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  • Logo of With You With Me

    With You With Me

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with an IT training company With You With Me to train cyber security specialists in Fiji who can then train their counterparts.

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  •  Logo of Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST)

    Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST)

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) to conduct cyber security breach workshops.

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  • Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC)

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with APNIC to build a more cohesive, integrated and trusted security community in the Pacific.

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  • Pacific Islands Law Officers' Network (PILON)

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with PILON to strengthen regional response to cybercrime.

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  • Pacific Cyber Security Operational Network (PaCSON)

    PaCSON enables cooperation and collaboration by empowering members to share cyber security threat information, tools, techniques and ideas.

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  • E-Governance Academy

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the e-Governance Academy to build digital service delivery capacity in the Indo-Pacific.

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  • Cyber Law International

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with Cyber Law International to strengthen the understanding of how existing International Law applies in cyberspace.

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  • Foundation for Media Alternatives

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Foundation for Media Alternatives to advance human rights and democratic principles in the digital space.

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  • ICT4Peace Foundation

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the ICT 4 Peace Foundation to deliver cyber security policy and diplomacy workshops.

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  • Institute for Policy Research and Advocacy (ELSAM)

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with ELSAM to mainstream human rights in cyber law reform in Indonesia.

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  • Standards Australia

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with Standards Australia to strengthen the cyber security environment in the Pacific Region.

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  • United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the UNODC to raise awareness and build regional capacity to tackle cybercrime.

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  • Catherine Smith Consulting

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with Catherine Smith Consulting to develop cybercrime legislation in Tonga.

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  • Monash University

    The Cyber Cooperation Program is partnering with the Monash University to deliver a cyber security awareness program in Myanmar.

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Last Updated: 2 July 2019
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