BRISBANE - Security has been beefed up with more police drafted in for this week's second Australia-India cricket Test in Brisbane after a lone gunman laid siege to a Sydney cafe, officials said Tuesday. Queensland state Premier Campbell Newman said while there was no specific threat, his government wanted to reassure fans and make them feel safe. "We are concerned about these sorts of actions occurring as we have for many months. We will have all available officers out there at public venues such as the Test at the Gabba and the suburbs of the cities and towns of Queensland."