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Australian Signals Directorate: Australian signals intelligence agency
Australian Signals Directorate is the Australian government agency responsible for foreign signals intelligence, support to military operations, cyber warfare, and information security. ASD is part of the Australian Intelligence Community. ASD's role within UKUSA Agreement is to monitor SIGINT in South and East Asia. The ASD also houses the Australian Cyber Security Centre.

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