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Drashti Patel

Pen tester
The University of Adelaide has provided Drashti Patel with the cyber security tools she will need to succeed in the space industry.

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.

Andrzej Grzeslak

Pen tester
Discover what work looks like for an ‘ethical hacker’ at Australia’s biggest bank.

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.

Allan Jay (AJ) Dumanhug

Bug bounty hunter
Allan Jay (AJ) Dumanhug is a cybersecurity professional by day and bug bounty hunter by night.

Kathy Zhu

Security engineer
For her day job, Kathy Zhu detects cyber criminals’ attempts to hack Google

Kasvi Luthra

Information Security Analyst
Books and movies inspired Kasvi to pursue a career in tech – but she’s found the reality is even better than fiction

Christina Van Houten

Cybersecurity Strategist
Christina and her team help protect global businesses from the bad guys.

Peter Kydas

Cyber Captain
Peter Kydas was the president of a unique club at his uni that teaches students about cyber security careers.

Janis Dalins

Web Police
AFP agent Janis Dalins is investigating how AI can help keep us safe online.

Ash Lennox-Steele

Security analyst
When Ash Lennox-Steele discovered cybersecurity went far beyond the Hollywood hacker stereotypes, she was sold.

Edmond Buzby

eDiscovery & Digital Forensics Associate
A world of opportunity in the banking sector opened up after Edmond Buzby studied computer science.

Talented, much? This year’s Eureka Prize winners are next level

The 2020 Australian Museum Eureka Prize winners have been announced in a live, virtual awards show broadcast from the Australian Museum.

STEM education survey: Have your say!

The survey is aimed at educators, parents and any STEM-interested people. This is your chance to make your voice heard on issues related to STEM education and STEM careers.

It’s time to make choices – and we’ve got you sorted!

It's hard to believe, but 2020 is actually coming to a close (insert all of the celebration...