REDSPICE

Resilience – Effects – Defence – SPace – Intelligence – Cyber – Enablers

 

REDSPICE is the most significant single investment in the Australian Signals Directorate’s 75 years. It responds to the deteriorating strategic circumstances in our region, characterised by rapid military expansion, growing coercive behaviour and increased cyber attacks.

Through REDSPICE, ASD will deliver forward-looking capabilities essential to maintaining Australia's strategic advantage and capability edge over the coming decade and beyond.

If you’re the type of person who is curious, motivated by finding a purpose and loves problem-solving, then you’re the type of person we’re looking for. If you would like to find out more about the opportunities available in ASD, visit the careers page.

The REDSPICE Blueprint (PDF) offers some further insights into what REDSPICE will deliver, and a vision of what ASD will look like in the future.

REDSPICE snapshot

REDSPICE snapshot - see text below
REDSPICE snapshot - see text below

Through REDSPICE, we will expand the range and sophistication of our intelligence, offensive and defensive cyber capabilities, and build on our already-strong enabling foundations.

  • 3x current offensive cyber capability
  • 2x persistent cyber-hunt activities
  • Advanced AI, machine learning and cloud technology
  • 4x global footprint
  • 1900 new analyst, technologist, corporate and enabling roles across Australia and the world
  • 40% of staff located outside Canberra

REDSPICE Blueprint

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