Assistant Defence Minister Andrew Hastie says it’s a "very sound development" that 30 nations came together and "named and shamed" China for cyber attacks on Microsoft.
This comes after Western world allies including Australia, the United States and Japan joined forces to directly blame the communist superpower for a major cyber attack on Microsoft software.
The attack exploited weaknesses in Microsoft Exchange software which impacted thousands of computers and networks across the world.
"I think it’s a very sound development that we’ve named and shamed China behind these hacks – because it’s got to stop," Mr Hastie told Sky News host Peta Credlin.
"We have boundaries in our normal everyday relationships and so too have boundaries on the international stage.
"And this is 30 nations saying to China ‘enough is enough – no more’."