“Cyber security is more than a technical issue – it's a global societal challenge that has real impacts on how we live.”
With a career spanning national security, consulting, academia and critical infrastructure, Industry Professor Min Livanidis specialises in the intersection of security with technological, societal, and policy issues.
Min started her career in the Australian Signals Directorate, where she was awarded three Australian Intelligence Community medallions for outstanding service. She also worked as a consultant to federal government clients at PwC and KPMG before joining NBN Co., where she established the security intelligence centre and acts as executive adviser on national security and cyber policy.
Min holds a Master of Public Policy and Management from Monash University, a Bachelor of International Relations (Hons) from La Trobe University, and is a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia. In her spare time, she’s an enthusiastic amateur artist and passionate advocate for diversity in security.