Dr Greg Austin leads the Program on Cyber, Space and Future Conflict at the International Institute of Strategic Studies (IISS). He also holds an appointment as Professor of Cyber Security, Strategy and Diplomacy at UNSW Canberra where he set up one of the world’s first Master’s programs in a public university on cyber war and peace. He has a 40-year career in international security affairs, with specialisation in cyber policy, counter-terrorism, China and Russia. He has led consultancy teams for the UK and Australian governments. Greg has worked with leaders in government and business, and with diplomats, from many countries (China, Russia, UK, USA, France, Germany) and international organisations . Greg has led several high-profile multinational research and policy projects with visible impact. He has published four books on cyber space issues and five other books on international security as author, co-author or editor. Greg is co-founder of the Social Cyber Institute and is author to several books and most recently "Cyber Security Education: Principles and Policies". Which I would like to further explore today. I also have NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node Ambassador co-hosting today Stephen Chey. Welcome and thank you for your time today. Questions: What are the current strengths and weaknesses of the Australian cybersecurity education system? What might we lead from international experience? What's your perspective on the opportunities for public private partnerships in cyber education? How serious is the skills gap in Australia and are we taking appropriate steps to close it? What are some examples of good practice or positive trends that we should take note of? Useful Links: Cyber Security Education: Principles and Policies https://g.co/kgs/xYoPcx NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node - https://nswcybersecurityinnovationnode.com.au/ Sarah Box LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarah-box-25670667/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
November 4, 2020. Hour 2: Could Mike McCarthy make it only one season? Greg Austin audio & Jon Nyatawa
The Nick Handley Show
On the second hour of The Nick Handley Show, could Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Mike McCarthy last only one season and if you had to choose a team from the NFC East to be team to beat the next couple of seasons who would you choose? Next, we hear from Husker offensive Line Coach Greg Austin from his press conference earlier today. Then we talk Creighton hoops with Jon Nyatawa of the Omaha World Herald.
Episode 6 - Greg Austin of YouTube's "A Better Official" - The High School Basketball Referee with Mark Froelich
The High School Basketball Referee with Mark Froelich
Greg Austin, creator and host of YouTube's popular "A Better Official" video channel, is guest on this episode of "The High School Basketball Referee with Mark Froelich" podcast. He also has started the new "Basketball Rules Expert" video series that helps officials learn the rules of the game. He is creator of the website https://abetterofficial.com which has a continued goal of “helping basketball officials get better!" Greg Austin lives in California near San Francisco. His videos and website are fantastic ways to become a better basketball official. Click HERE and you can help support my podcast by buying me a Caramel Apple Cider (my favorite seasonal coffee shop drink!) Go to anchor.fm/mark-froelich and clicking on the "Support" button. Thank you! Enjoy the episode!
July 23, 2020. Hour 3: Nick is mad at Manfred (again), Greg Sharpe & Greg Austin on young offensive lineman
The Nick Handley Show
On the third hour of The Nick Handley Show, Nick is yet again mad at Rob Manfred on how the top seeds will be able to pick their opponent. Next, we talk with voice of Husker football Greg Sharpe. Then we hear some audio clips from Husker Football Offensive line coach Greg Austin talking about the younger guys on the team. We end the hour with Rudy Gobert's thoughts on being the first athlete in the US to test positive for the virus.
July 22, 2020. Hour 1: Sports are (almost) back, Greg Austin excited on O Line group & Evan Bland
The Nick Handley Show
On the first hour of The Nick Handley Show, Nick and producer TJ are getting amped that sports are almost back and Nick admits to watching a lot of golf. Next, we hear from Husker football offensive line coach Greg Austion on the excitement he has for this group. Then we talk more Husker football with Evan Bland of the Omaha World Herald.
Home Team Podcast- Greg Austin, University of Nebraska Offensive Line Coach
Coach and Coordinator Podcast
On today's episode of the Coach and Coordinator Podcast we continue our "Home Team" series. Your guest host, Joel Nellis, interviews the University of Nebraska's offensive line coach and run game coordinator Greg Austin. Learn about Coach Austin's life experiences and how he balances family and football on today's episode.Check out our systems for skill development in blocking, defeating blocks and tackling at footballdevelopment.com. Follow us daily on Twitter for content and interaction @FBDevCoach and be sure to check out X's and O's analysis at blogs.usafootball.com.
July 24, 2019. Hour 4: Mo Washington update, Greg Austin comments & Scott Strohmeier
The Nick Handley Show
On the final hour of The Nick Handley Show, Nick gives an update on Husker running back Maurice Washington. Next, some comments from Husker O-line coach Greg Austin on his unit. Then Iowa Western Head Football Coach Scott Strohmeier joins the show.
38. Cybersecurity: Developments in the PRC and implications for Australia - with Greg Austin
The ACRI Podcast
The development and uptake of cyber-systems has been rapid and widespread in the People’s Republic of China (PRC). The PRC government has consequently sought to develop a stronger cybersecurity policy, with President Xi Jinping personally taking control of the Cyberspace Administration of China. It also seeks to promote its concept of cyber-sovereignty. However, the PRC’s use of cyber-capabilities at a state-level have come under international scrutiny and criticism, with other countries, including Australia, becoming increasingly concerned about state-sponsored cyber-espionage attacks. Another worrying development is that state efforts to exert control over PRC citizens have increased in parallel with increasing technological capabilities.What is the current state of China’s cyber-capability, and what does it aspire to going forward? How has this played out in the global arena? And how might it affect Australia?Greg Austin, Deputy Director of UNSW Canberra Cyber, joins James Laurenceson, Deputy Director of the Australia-China Relations Institute at the University of Technology Sydney, to discuss cybersecurity developments in China, China’s cyber strategy globally and the ramifications for Australia.
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