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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.

Henry Zhao

CommSec Developer
Coding and finance go hand in hand at the Commonwealth Bank for graduate software developer Henry Zhao.

Jackson Cleary

Financial Wellbeing Warrior
Wellbeing isn’t just about food and exercise – financial stress can be bad for you too. It’s Jackson Cleary’s job to help.

Michael Seo

Digital Metal-maker
Tech is everywhere – and scientists like Michael Seo increasingly spend as much time in front of a screen as in the lab.

Alex Cantori

Statistics specialist
Alex Cantori has the perfect pick of statistics jobs: specialising in basketball odds at Tabcorp.

Ben Jackman

Economist
Ben switched from biochemistry to economics after the Global Financial Crisis inspired him to make a difference

Dr Paul Wu

Seagrass statistician
Paul Wu switched from aerospace engineering to saving vital seagrass habitats, but the foundation skills that got him there stayed the same.

Hori Te Ariki Mataki

Animation artist and startup founder
Your cultural background brings unique strengths to your work goals, says Hori Te Ariki Mataki – co-founder of creative tech startup Te Ao Hangarau.

Michael Kasumovic

Biologist to edu-tech guru
Science spider-man, Associate Professor (At UNSW) and app developer, Michael Kasumovic loves all of his careers

Mitchell Torok

Mechatronics whiz
Mitchell Torok is the Rosny College student from Tasmania that took out the Engineering award in this year’s BHP Foundation Science and Engineering Awards alongside his cousin Isaac Brain.

Tom Cresswell

Ecotoxicologist
Tom Cresswell is making real-world impact by investigating the effects of pollution on local aquatic ecosystems using nuclear science techniques

SEEK reports more gender diversity in recruitment since removing coding from selection criteria

Womenintech
Online job search platform SEEK has increased the number of women in its technology graduate recruitment program by removing coding from its selection criteria.

The healthcare industry: a growing target for cyber attacks

healthcare industry targeted by cyber attacks Australia
In a world where our emergency services rely on data and technology to function, a successful attack could result in a significant risk to life.

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