This article was originally published on homeaffairs.gov.au
Australia has joined Quad partners the United States, Japan and India in agreeing to a set of joint cyber security principles to bolster critical-infrastructure resilience against cyber threats.
Announced at the Quad Leaders’ Summit in Tokyo, the agreement draws on the expertise of Indo-Pacific nations to drive domestic and international best practice.
Building on longstanding collaboration, our countries have also published a Common Statement of Principles on Critical Technology Supply Chains. These Principles affirm our positive commitment to an enduring global marketplace where the principles of Security, Transparency, Autonomy and Integrity are inherent in our technology markets.