UK and Australia sign cyber agreement to ‘shaping technology environment’

UK and Australia sign cyber agreement to 'shaping technology environment'

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UK and Australia sign cyber agreement to ‘shaping technology environment’

UK and Australia sign cyber agreement to ‘shaping technology environment’

This Thursday (20), the Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom, Liz Truss, and the Australian Chancellor, Maris Payne signed a partnership agreement… 2022.01.20, Sputnik Brasil

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The agreement will aim to ensure that “liberal democracies” shape the technology environment, the British government said. Democratic values ​​shared by both the countries. The resolution also includes building a network that aims to deter cyber attacks and identify potential criminals. Hacker attacks against institutions, companies and governments have become increasingly common. Last week, several government websites in Ukraine were hacked, causing instability in the country. In the United States last year, a ransomware attack against a key oil pipeline controller in the country also caused fuel shortages. In Brazil, an attack took off vital information from the health ministry in December last year. Previously, the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) and even the Electronuclear were invaded.

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This Thursday (20), UK Foreign Secretary Liz Truss and Australian Chancellor Maris Payne signed a bilateral cyber partnership agreement.

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The aim of the agreement would be to ensure that “liberal democracy” shape the technological environment, said the British government.

“Foreign Affairs Secretary Liz Truss with Australian Foreign Minister Maris Payne on strengthening the global technology supply chain, ensuring the UK’s positive tech outlook and tackling bad actors who disrupt cyberspace,” the statement said. has entered into a significant new cyber technology partnership.” published by the UK Government.

is designed to compromise strengthen the defense against attacks ransomware and stringent punishment for cybercriminals, as well as ensuring that the technology reflects the democratic values ​​shared by the two countries.

The resolution also includes building a network that aims to deter cyber attacks and identify potential criminals.

“Today, the UK and Australia agreed on a new cyber and technology partnership to help liberal democracies shape the tech rules of tomorrow,” Truss was quoted as saying by the government statement.

Australian Chancellor said that cooperation on critical and cyber security technologies is one critical part of the Anglo-Australian Partnership.

Hacker attacks against institutions, companies and governments are becoming more common. Last week, several government websites in Ukraine were hacked, causing instability in the country. Last year in the United States, a ransomware attack against a major oil pipeline controller in the country caused fuel shortages.
An attack in Brazil in December last year took off vital health ministry information. Previously, the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) and even the Electronuclear were invaded.

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