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UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy operates under an agreement between UNSW Australia and the Commonwealth of Australia. UNSW Canberra has four schools - Engineering and Information Technology; Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Business. We provide postgraduate research and coursework programs to the general community available by distance, intensive or on-campus. We also offer undergraduate study options to non-military students. Applications for these programs may be made by Australian citizens/permanent residents, New Zealand citizens and international full-fee paying students. UNSW Canberra educates future leaders of the Australian Defence Force with a balanced and liberal undergraduate education, to compliment their military training. Undergraduate students are mostly midshipmen of the Royal Australian Navy and officer cadets of the Australian Regular Army or the Royal Australian Air Force. The university enrols about 3200 students in undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. UNSW Canberra is part of a significant research institution. Students studying at UNSW Canberra gain all the advantages of studying with one of Australia’s largest, most well-established and research-intensive tertiary institutions. UNSW Australia is a member of Australia’s Group of Eight (Go8) institutions and a member of Universitas 21. CRICOS Provider Code 00098G

UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy operates under an agreement between UNSW Australia and the Commonwealth of Australia. UNSW Canberra has four schools - Engineering and Information Technology; Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Business. We provide postgraduate research and coursework programs to the general community available by distance, intensive or on-campus. We also offer undergraduate study options to non-military students. Applications for these programs may be made by Australian citizens/permanent residents, New Zealand citizens and international full-fee paying students. UNSW Canberra educates future leaders of the Australian Defence Force with a balanced and liberal undergraduate education, to compliment their military training. Undergraduate students are mostly midshipmen of the Royal Australian Navy and officer cadets of the Australian Regular Army or the Royal Australian Air Force. The university enrols about 3200 students in undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. UNSW Canberra is part of a significant research institution. Students studying at UNSW Canberra gain all the advantages of studying with one of Australia’s largest, most well-established and research-intensive tertiary institutions. UNSW Australia is a member of Australia’s Group of Eight (Go8) institutions and a member of Universitas 21. CRICOS Provider Code 00098G
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UNSW Canberra at the Australian Defence Force Academy operates under an agreement between UNSW Australia and the Commonwealth of Australia. UNSW Canberra has four schools - Engineering and Information Technology; Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Business. We provide postgraduate research and coursework programs to the general community available by distance, intensive or on-campus. We also offer undergraduate study options to non-military students. Applications for these programs may be made by Australian citizens/permanent residents, New Zealand citizens and international full-fee paying students. UNSW Canberra educates future leaders of the Australian Defence Force with a balanced and liberal undergraduate education, to compliment their military training. Undergraduate students are mostly midshipmen of the Royal Australian Navy and officer cadets of the Australian Regular Army or the Royal Australian Air Force. The university enrols about 3200 students in undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. UNSW Canberra is part of a significant research institution. Students studying at UNSW Canberra gain all the advantages of studying with one of Australia’s largest, most well-established and research-intensive tertiary institutions. UNSW Australia is a member of Australia’s Group of Eight (Go8) institutions and a member of Universitas 21. CRICOS Provider Code 00098G

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Episodes

S1E9 - Going Meta: Podcaster Patrick Gray Talks Risky Business - Password123

11/19/2019
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In this episode of Password123 we go meta. We sit down with Patrick Gray, the host of leading information security podcast Risky Business to delve deep into the world of Infosec and talk about why surfing the web and sharks have something in common. Patrick Gray worked in the information security industry before becoming a journalist, initially taking a role at ZDnet and then moving into freelance work. It was this experience in media that led Gray to launch Risky Business in 2007. Published...

Duration:00:47:36

S1E8 - Cyber War with Breakfast Burritos – New Fiction with John Birmingham - Password123

11/5/2019
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What would happen if the world began to run out of food? How does cyber security play a role in global food supply? We sit down with renowned author John Birmingham to discuss his new book 'Zero Day Code', set in a world where dwindling global food supplies are under increasing pressure from worsening droughts, floods and extreme weather events. John Birmingham worked as a researcher for the Australian Department of Defence but left to write features for magazines in a decade before...

Duration:00:53:50

S1E7 - Chinese Defence Innovation - Password123

10/22/2019
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In this episode we sit down with Elsa Kania to discuss her work on Chinese defence innovation, including the modernisation of cyber forces in the military. We also found time to delve into 5G and get Elsa’s take on the situation in Australia. Elsa Kania is an Adjunct Fellow with the Center for a New American Security’s Technology and National Security Program. Her research interests include Chinese military modernisation, information warfare, and defence science and technology. Elsa is an...

Duration:00:47:33

S1E6 - Edward Farrell: Curiouser and curiouser, rabbit holes and protocols - Password123

10/8/2019
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Following on from his report at DEFCON, we touch base again with Edward Farrell to dive deeper into his holistic approach to life, the universe and hacking (well, almost)everything. Farrell is an independent information security consultant who specialises in penetration testing and incident response. In addition to starting up his own security practice, Mercury ISS, he is an avid participant in the Australian information security community and is a course leader at UNSW Canberra Cyber....

Duration:00:33:38

S1E5 - How A Canadian Came To Lead The UNSW Defence Research Institute - Password123

9/24/2019
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As 5-Eyes partners, Australia and Canada have a lot in common. With the appointment of former Canadian High Commissioner Vice Admiral Paul Maddison (Ret’d) as the inaugural director of the UNSW Defence Research Institute, there is one more thing our two nations share. Not long after he started in the role, we sat down with Vice Admiral Maddison to hear how he came to lead the Defence Research Institute and the vital role research plays in delivering defence capabilities. The UNSW Defence...

Duration:00:51:35

S1E4 - New School Media - Password123

9/10/2019
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Social media manipulation is a real threat. In the context of the Australian election in May, we sat down with Andrew Hughes to discuss how social media can be influential and how it will continue to play a major part in elections. Andrew Hughes is a lecturer in marketing in the Research School of Management at the Australian National University, where he teaches marketing at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Hughes is considered to be one of the leading researchers in political...

Duration:00:30:20

S1E3 - Like War - Password123

8/27/2019
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In this episode we sit down with PW Singer, considered one of the world’s leading experts on changes in 21st century warfare, for a discussion touching on everything from social media to blurring the line of fiction vs non-fiction. PW Singer has been named by the Smithsonian as one of the nation’s 100 leading innovators, by Defense News as one of the 100 most influential people in defense issues, by Foreign Policy to their Top 100 Global Thinkers List, and as an official “Mad Scientist” for...

Duration:00:27:00

S1E2 - Edward Farrell @ DEF CON - Password123

8/20/2019
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In this episode Edward Farrell provides a realtime review of DEFCON27. Edward, tired but - cyber inspired – called in from Los Angeles International Airport(LAX) before flying home to Australia. DEFCON is the world’s largest hacker conference, or ‘con’. Jeff Moss(Dark Tangent) started DEFCON in 1993. DEFCON is also one of the world’s longest running hacker cons. Only Europe’s Chaos Communication Congress beats DEFCON’s record for longevity. Today, hacker cons, including Canberra’s very own...

Duration:00:28:27

S1E1 - James Griffiths - Password123

7/30/2019
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The season boots up with James Griffiths discussing cyber-sovereignty and his new book 'The Great Firewall of China'. https://www.jamestgriffiths.com/book 'Password123' is a UNSW Canberra Cyber podcast. Presenter, Tom Sear discusses infosec, cyberwarfare, and faceless hoodie hacker culture with a range of selected guests.

Duration:00:41:24