Earlier this year, the Department of Home Affairs consulted on its 2023-2030 Australian National Cyber Security Strategy Discussion Paper which aims to position Australia as the most cyber secure nation in the world by 2030. auDA participated in the consultation. A summary of key issues explored in our submission to the Department are set out below.
In 2023, auDA has been working with a group of internet governance stakeholders on the development of a community submission to the Global Digital Compact (GDC) to support an open, free and secure digital future for all.
In Australia, 25 April is ANZAC Day, a day on which Australians reflect on the service and sacrifices made by soldiers for our country. In the .au domain, the term “ANZAC" is reserved to respect the ANZAC legacy and uphold trust in .au.
The .au Domain Administration (auDA) is delighted to announce it will host the Asia Pacific Regional Internet Governance Forum (APrIGF) in Brisbane at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 29-31 August 2023.
With the Olympic games headed to Brisbane in 2032, Internet interest in Queensland’s capital has soared. To help Internet users be confident they are getting their information from official sources, “Olympics” is on the .au reserved names list.