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How can Australia ensure our national security as we rebuild after Covid-19?
This webinar continues the conversation on ASPI’s latest publication ‘After Covid-19: Australia and the world rebuild (Volume 1)’, focusing on Australia’s national security.
As Australia considers how to rebuild and reopen, co-editor and contributing author of the publication, John Coyne, talks with contributing authors Leanne Close, Head of ASPI’s Counter-terrorism Program, Marcus Hellyer, Senior Analyst with ASPI’s Defence, Strategy and National Security Program, and Tom Uren, Senior Analyst with the International Cyber Policy Centre, about Australia’s national security with a focus on organised crime, policing, supply chain resilience, and cybersecurity. How can Australia adapt to the 'new normal' and emerging security challenges to ensure the security of its citizens?
John Coyne: ASPI’s Head of Strategic Policing and Law Enforcement. Head of the North and Australia’s Security, Co-Editor of ‘After Covid-19’, author of ‘Key terrain: Rethinking nation-building in northern Australia’, ‘Organised crime’.
Leanne Close: Head of ASPI’s Counter-terrorism Program, author of ‘Policing’.
Marcus Hellyer: ASPI Senior Analyst focusing on Defence economics and military capability, author of ‘Defence spending and the Australian Defence Force’, ‘Creating resilient supply chains’.
Tom Uren: ASPI Senior Analyst, ICPC, author of ‘Cybersecurity and critical infrastructure'.
Tom Uren is a Senior Analyst in ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre. Tom was previously employed in the Dept of Defence and has diverse expertise across internet and cyber issues.
Marcus is a Senior Analyst focusing on Defence economics and military capability. Previously he was a senior public servant in the Department of Defence, responsible for ensuring that the government was provided with the best possible advice and recommendations on major capital investments.
Leanne has recently joined ASPI as the Head of the Counter-terrorism Program. Leanne was previously Deputy Commissioner of National Security at the Australian Federal Police.
John came to ASPI from the Australian Federal Police, where he worked on transnational serious organised crime, national security, and counter-terrorism. John has worked in intelligence and national security for over 25 years.
The Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) is an independent, non-partisan think tank that produces expert and timely advice for Australia’s strategic and defence leaders. ASPI generates new ideas for government, allowing them to make better-info...
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