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Daniel Lekic

Senior Cyber Innovation Engineer
Daniel Lekic is part of CBA's cyber team, one of the largest cyber teams in the southern hemisphere

Christine Vinaviles

Cyber Security Graduate
Software engineer Christine Vinaviles has gone from tinkering and typing at her mum’s work, to keeping banking staff and customers safe from cyber attacks

Ahnaf Rahman

Graduate Cyber Security Test Engineer
Ahnaf Rahman is a football and car enthusiast who prefers YouTube to textbooks, and he helps keep Australia’s biggest bank cyber safe

Matt Schilg

Third Party Cyber Incident Responder
Matt Schilg’s studies took a sideways step into the growing field of cyber security

Jackson Zheng

Associate Engineer
Jackson Zheng uses his tech skills to provide support, innovation and ground-breaking insights to Australia’s biggest bank

Ruhi Pelia

Enterprise Services Graduate
A lifelong passion for tech landed Ruhi Pelia a dream gig in CBA’s Enterprise Services

Mark Varney

Graduate software engineer, Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA)
Mark Varney is a graduate software engineer at CBA, who spends his working day writing the code that helps us bank online. 

Evangeline Endacott

Cyber security student
When Evangeline Endacott scored the second top marks in her rural high school she defied expectations to follow her passion.

Shanis Lovin

Digital forensics expert
Shanis Lovin traces the footprints left by cyber criminals – but there’s more to her job than coding and tech.

Levina Wong

Software engineer
Software engineer Levina Wong has overcome imposter syndrome to kickstart a career she’s super proud of.

Clinton Hadinata

Software engineer
Clinton Hadinata wasn’t sure what he wanted to do after high school – and that’s led to a rewarding and fascinating career. 

Emillie Thiselton

Software engineer
Software engineer Emillie Thiselton is only at the start of her career, but it’s already taking off.

Why tech and cyber careers are hot

Tech and cyber
With industries hungry for star coders, there’s a goldmine of career opportunities in tech and cyber 

The real reasons women aren’t choosing engineering

Reasons women aren’t choosing engineering
Even though women make up almost 48% of the Australian workforce, only 13% of them are working as engineers!

Free webinar: Advanced manufacturing pathways

Australian Manufacturing Weekvideo
Our local manufacturing industry is booming! We hit up Australian Manufacturing Week to find out how students can score jobs in this exciting field