Greg Austin leads the Cyber, Space and Future Conflict Programme at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. Prior to joining the IISS, Greg worked at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Canberra, as professor and deputy director of its multi-disciplinary centre for cyber security research. At UNSW, he set up Australia’s first master’s degree in cyber war and peace. Greg has authored two books on China cyber issues, Cyber Policy in China (Polity, 2014) and Cybersecurity in China (Springer, 2018), and edited two cyber-related volumes, National Cyber Emergencies: the Return to Civil Defence (Routledge, 2020) and Cyber Security Education: Principles and Policies (Routledge 2020). Other book titles include: China’s Ocean Frontier (1998), Missile Diplomacy and Taiwan’s Future (1997, as editor), Japan and Greater China (2001, as co-author), The Armed Forces of Russia in Asia (2000, as co-author), and Power and Responsibility in China’s Foreign Policy (2001 and 2014, as co-editor). Greg has held senior posts in the EastWest Institute in its Brussels office (2006–11, 2013–14) and the International Crisis Group in its Brussels office (2000–02). He was a senior visiting fellow in the Department of War Studies at King's College London from 2012 to 2014, director of research at the Foreign Policy Centre, London, from 2004 to 2006, and principal research fellow in the Peace Studies Centre at Bradford from 2003 to 2004. He has held research posts in the Australian National University (1994–99), where he had earlier earned his PhD and MA in international law. He has also held posts in public service, including as a ministerial adviser, secretary of a parliamentary committee, diplomat and intelligence analyst. Greg is on the advisory board of Global Foundation for Cyber Studies and Research, USA.