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Policy, Guns and Money: internet security, tech firms in Hong Kong and global trust in China

Posted By on July 24, 2020 @ 16:45

In this episode, Tom Uren of ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre speaks to Sean Duca from cybersecurity company Palo Alto Networks about Tom’s report [1] examining how internet service providers can defend the undefendable. They discuss how ISPs can do more to protect users from online threats.

Louisa Bochner and Elise Thomas from our cyber team then discuss what the future might look like for multinational tech companies operating in Hong Kong and the challenges they face as China’s Great Firewall descends on HK.

And The Strategist’s Brendan Nicholson speaks to the head of ASPI’s defence, strategy and national security program, Michael Shoebridge, about the increasing value being placed on trust globally, and the deficit in China’s trust account with the world.

Policy, Guns & Money: The ASPI Podcast [2] · ‘Clean pipes’ and internet security, tech companies in Hong Kong and global perspectives on China [3]


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[1] report: https://www.aspistrategist.org.au/how-internet-service-providers-can-defend-the-undefendable/

[2] Policy, Guns & Money: The ASPI Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/user-415599049

[3] ‘Clean pipes’ and internet security, tech companies in Hong Kong and global perspectives on China: https://soundcloud.com/user-415599049/clean-pipes-and-internet-security-tech-companies-in-hong-kong-and-global-perspectives-on-china

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