Rachael Falk, CEO of the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (Cyber Security CRC), is one of Australia’s leading cyber security experts. As Chief Executive Officer of the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre, Rachael heads an innovative and dynamic program of collaboration between government, industry and universities.
The Centre delivers world-leading cyber security research, creating commercial solutions to the ever-evolving problems of our interconnected world. And, led by Rachael, the Centre is helping ensure Australia’s cyber security expertise, capability and resilience into the future.
Rachael was Telstra’s first General Manager of Cyber Influence and has a strong background in commercial law and cyber security, practicing as a lawyer at top-tier firms and in-house for Telstra.
She has also worked as a cyber security consultant and is co-author of the Five Knows of Cyber Security, setting an industry standard for organisational cyber security best-practice. Rachael holds an Advanced Masters in National Security Policy (Hons) from the National Security College (ANU), Bachelor of Laws (Hons) (UTS) and Bachelor of Arts (ANU).
Part 2 - Can Australia survive in a world of technological competition?
Our second Webinar in the series was held on Tuesday, 22 September 2020. One of Australia’s leading cyber security experts, Prof. Lesley Seebeck PhD, CEO, ANU Cyber Institute, discussed her insights on how Australia can survive in a world of technological competition.