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Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre to play key role in new Centre of Excellence in Melbourne.

New cooperation for cybersecurity research between oxford university and the state government of victoria australia

The Victorian Government today signed a landmark agreement that will see Oxford University’s world leading Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC) establish its first ever international office in Melbourne, to be co-located with a major new cyber security centre.

The State Government of Victoria is establishing a new cyber security facility, the Oceania Cyber Security Centre (OCSC) in Melbourne, which aims to be a key focus point for cybersecurity capacity-building. The Oxford team will work closely with the new centre, using its innovative model to measure cybersecurity capacity maturity which aims to enable nations understand what good cybersecurity looks like, in order to better plan investments and national cybersecurity strategies. 

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