The Federal Government has released another $17 million towards an online safety package for children, which includes an education package and resources for parents and carers of kids under five.
It would have been an interesting exercise to count the number of times that Dan Tehan, the Minister assisting the Prime Minister on Cyber Security, used the word "cyber" during his speech to the National Press Club in Canberra on Tuesday, while releasing the annual threat report crafted by the Australian Cyber Security Centre.
Australia plans to set up an industry-led cyber security co-operative research centre, with the government announcing an investment of $50 million.
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