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The evolution of the new Cyber and Critical Technology Intelligence Centre

by Judy Hurditch •
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Australian companies developing technologies that may ‘fall into enemy hands’ are now under the scrutiny of the new multi-agency Cyber and Critical Technology Intelligence Centre (CCTIC), which is part of the Office of National Intelligence (ONI).

The Prime Minister announced the establishment of CCTIC in a speech on 29 March 2022, to monitor military and commercial technologies that are at risk of industrial espionage or intellectual property theft.

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Jurisdiction
  • Federal
Category
  • Hardware
  • IT Services
  • Labour Hire
  • Software
  • Telecommunications
Sector
  • Border Security
  • Defence