The inaugural Civil Security (CIVSEC) conference held earlier this week seeks to address the scarcity of such forums available around the world. ADM's Deputy Editor-at-Large Nigel Pittaway attended and will file a further report in the July issue.
In matters of cyber security, our Special Correspondent John Hilvert gives an insight into the concerns raised at the recent RUSI NSW seminar and Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr got the lowdown on Indonesia's recent delivery of the first of its upgraded Leopard 2 tanks.
Philip Smart reports on a coup for Adelaide as it gears up to host one of the world's largest astronautical conferences next year and Australia looks set to receive the Block IIIB version of the Standard SM-2 missile which will be deployed from the Air Warfare Destroyers.
ADM's Cyber Security Summit will be taking place this month in Canberra on 21-22 June – register here,
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The inaugural Civil Security (CIVSEC) conference was held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on May 31 and June 1 more»
Indonesia has now received eight of 61 Leopard 2 RI main battle tanks ordered in December 2012. more»
A month on from the release of the Federal Government’s cyber strategy, there is a lack of qualified staff for Cyber Warfare and poor understanding of the foundation skills required, according to a seminar held in Sydney on 31 May. more»
In September 2017 Adelaide will host one of the world’s largest and most prestigious space events. more»
The US State Department has approved a possible Foreign Military Sale to Australia for SM-2 Block IIIB Standard missiles at an estimated cost to the Commonwealth of $416 million. more»
Marand Precision Engineering has been selected as the supplier for a global contract to build F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) training aids for program partners to use world-wide. more»
Bellinger Instruments has completed the first step in establishing an Australian-based full depot repair capability for Link-11 and Link-22 Data Terminal Set systems. more»