Australia, on the one hand, and Finland and Sweden, on the other, are literally oceans apart geographically. Nonetheless, as liberal economies and democracies with deep dependence on global trade and the rules-based international system they have many common interests. Global value and supply chains constitute lifelines to their economies. The continuity of these critical flows poses a common challenge to their national security and resilience. All three countries are internationally recognized to excel in different areas of resilience; Australia in disaster risk and resilience, critical infrastructure resilience and in managing foreign interference; Sweden in societal security and comprehensive defence (Totalförsvar); and Finland in comprehensive security, security of supply and the countering of hybrid threats. As such, they share interests in information sharing and cooperation on best practices. The aim of this webinar is to provide a platform for the open sharing of best practices and ideas between like-minded countries with potential synergies in resilience building. It also aims to provide further dialogue in general amongst national security communities on best practices of whole-of-society approaches to security.