International Cyber Policy Centre
The ICPC aims to inform and influence policy debates in the Indo-Pacific through original, rigorous and data-driven research.
ASPI’s International Cyber Policy Centre (ICPC) is a leading voice in global debates on cyber, emerging and critical technologies, issues related to information and foreign interference and focuses on the impact these issues have on broader strategic policy.
The centre has a growing mixture of expertise and skills with teams of researchers who concentrate on policy, technical analysis, information operations and disinformation, critical and emerging technologies, cyber capacity building, satellite analysis, surveillance and China-related issues.
The ICPC informs public debate in the Indo-Pacific region and supports public policy development by producing original, empirical, data-driven research. The ICPC enriches regional debates by collaborating with research institutes from around the world and by bringing leading global experts to Australia, including through fellowships. To develop capability in Australia and across the Indo-Pacific region, the ICPC has a capacity building team that conducts workshops, training programs and large-scale exercises for the public and private sectors.
We would like to thank all of those who support and contribute to the ICPC with their time, intellect and passion for the topics we work on. If you would like to support the work of the centre please contact [email protected]
Daily Cyber Digest
The work of the ICPC would be impossible without the financial support of our sponsors whom we gratefully acknowledge;
Projects and Collaborations
Cybil is the global knowledge sharing portal for cyber capacity building provided by the Global Forum of Cyber Expertise (GFCE). As knowledge partner of the GFCE, ASPI is co-managing Cybil together with DiploFoundation, FIRST, the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC) and the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI).