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Military-made cyber weapons could surface on dark web, Interpol warns

International police agency secretary general Jurgen Stock has warned state-developed cyber weapons will become available on the dark net in
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New PM pledges ‘more energy and resources’ for Pacific security
Australia’s 31st prime minister has affirmed his government’s support for greater regional security collaboration and has comm...
May 24 2022
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Damen delivers inshore patrol vessel to South African Navy
Damen Shipyards Cape Town delivered the first of three multi-mission inshore patrol vessels to the South African Navy at the Simon...
May 24 2022
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May 24 2022
Ventia receives DevelopmentWA facility management contract
The company confirmed that it was awarded the Australia Marine Complex - Common User Facility (AMC-CUF) Operation and Facility Ma...
May 24 2022
Rheinmetall counter-small UAS solution selected by Austrian armed forces
The Austrian armed forces selected Rheinmetall’s counter-small unmanned aerial system (C-sUAS) to undergo a six-month trial an...
May 24 2022
Babcock secures long-team HMS Queen Elizabeth Class support contract
The company has been tapped to deliver dry-dock maintenance work for the UK’s aircraft carriers over the next decade.   ...

Key Enablers

Jennifer Collins
May 24 2022
Why is no-one talking about how the rising cost of living is impacting veteran families?
Jennifer Collins, chair of Australian War Widows NSW, sheds light on the impact of mounting cost of living pressures on the veteran communit...
May 24 2022
New PM pledges ‘more energy and resources’ for Pacific security
Australia’s 31st prime minister has affirmed his government’s support for greater regional security collaboration and has committed to b...
May 24 2022
Babcock secures long-team HMS Queen Elizabeth Class support contract
The company has been tapped to deliver dry-dock maintenance work for the UK’s aircraft carriers over the next decade.   ...

Maritime and Undersea Warfare

May 24 2022
Damen delivers inshore patrol vessel to South African Navy
Damen Shipyards Cape Town delivered the first of three multi-mission inshore patrol vessels to the South African Navy at the Simon...
May 24 2022
Ventia receives DevelopmentWA facility management contract
The company confirmed that it was awarded the Australia Marine Complex - Common User Facility (AMC-CUF) Operation and Facility Ma...
May 20 2022
General Dynamics awarded ballistic missile submarine contract
The defence prime has secured funding to further the development of Columbia Class submarines.   ...

Land & Amphibious

May 24 2022
Rheinmetall counter-small UAS solution selected by Austrian armed forces
The Austrian armed forces selected Rheinmetall’s counter-small unmanned aerial system (C-sUAS) to undergo a six-month trial an...
May 19 2022
UK Defence opens BattleLab innovation hub
The BattleLab is designed to bolster the innovative capabilities of the UK Armed Forces, serving as a nexus for Defence, academia ...
May 17 2022
Thomas Global Systems wins M1A2 Abrams training contract
The technology company has been selected to deliver its virtual training platform for the Army’s next-generation battle tanks. ...

Strike & Air Combat

May 18 2022
USAF tests hypersonic missile from B-52 bomber
A Lockheed Martin-built hypersonic missile has been test fired from a Boeing-built Stratofortress bomber. ...
May 17 2022
Lockheed Martin, Raytheon tapped to bolster Javelin production
The US Army has requested a ramp-up in the production of Javelin missiles amid a spike in demand for the anti-tank strike capabili...
May 5 2022
Defence announces $2bn RAN missile order
Australia’s anti-ship missile defence capability is set to be bolstered by a new multi-billion-dollar acquisition. ...

Opinion

Ready to embark: Digitalisation and technology hit shipbuilding
Opinion: Industry 4.0 undoubtedly transformed manufacturing organisations across the globe but stopped short of impacting military and commercial shipbuilders, ...
The character of the modern battlefield and role of the digital warrior
Opinion: Major General (Ret’d) Rupert Jones CBE analyses the degree to which technology has changed the way that we fight across battlefields from Ukraine to...
Antarctica adrift: Australia’s southern blind spot
Read Dr Elizabeth Buchanan’s remarks for the 2022 Sea Power Conference panel on maritime competition on Australia’s southern flank – Antarctica. ...

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Anduril tapped to develop autonomous undersea UAVs for RAN
May 05 2022
The global defence technology company, founded by a former Facebook executive, has secured a deal with the Royal Australian Navy for the loc... read more
ASC signs $66m contract with Eptec Group for Collins blast and paint services
May 10 2022
The contract, which is to be carried out during the Collins Class full cycle dockings in Adelaide, is scheduled to last for six years and su... read more
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Intel & Cyber

May 24 2022
Military-made cyber weapons could surface on dark web, Interpol warns
International police agency secretary general Jurgen Stock has warned state-developed cyber weapons will become available on the dark net in...
May 23 2022
Putin blames foreign ‘state structures’ for rising cyber attacks on Russia
Russia must bolster its cyber defences by reducing the use of foreign software and hardware after President Vladimir Putin vowed to bolster...
May 16 2022
archTIS’ NC Protect released on Microsoft Azure Marketplace
Innovative software solutions provider archTIS has confirmed their NC Protect for Microsoft 365 platform is now available via the Microsoft ...

careers

QinetiQ launches flexibility and wellbeing initiative
Nov 30 2021
QinetiQ launches flexibility and wellbeing initiative
As part of QinetiQ’s commitment to supporting Australian sovereign capability, competitive employe...
May 25 2021
SoldierOn partners with Fortinet to bolster veteran access to cyber training
Cyber security firm Fortinet Australia has partnered-up with SoldierOn to provide free cyber securit...
Jan 22 2021
Insitu Pacific launches virtual classroom for Defence
The first Royal Australian Navy personnel to undertake training through Insitu Pacific’s new remot...

Sea and Air lift

DARPA launches ‘Liberty Lifter’ program
The agency has commenced the development of a new long-range seaborne strategic and tactical lift pl...
CH-53K King Stallion achieves IOC
The heavy lift helicopter’s readiness has been validated after its operational capabilities were ...
NATO tasks trans-Atlantic team to develop technical concept for future surveillance and control capabilities
The NATO Support and Procurement Agency (NSPA) has selected the ASPAARO (Atlantic Strategic Partners...

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May 24 2022
Military-made cyber weapons could surface on dark web, Interpol warns
International police agency secretary general Jurgen Stock has warned state-developed cyber weapons will become available on the dark net in...
New PM pledges ‘more energy and resources’ for Pacific security
Australia’s 31st prime minister has affirmed his government’s support for greater regional security collaboration and has committed to b...
Damen delivers inshore patrol vessel to South African Navy
Damen Shipyards Cape Town delivered the first of three multi-mission inshore patrol vessels to the South African Navy at the Simons Town Nav...
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