Dr Stephenie Andal

Dr Stephenie Andal

Head of Strategic Policy
Cyber Security Research Co-operative Research Centre

Stephenie is the Head of Strategic Policy at the CSCRC, working to shape strategic thinking on key cyber security legal and policy issues and demystify complex issues to inform boards, organisations and the wider Australian public. Prior to joining the CSCRC, Stephenie was the Manager of the NSW Cyber Security Innovation Node, a Government initiative funded by the NSW State Government and AustCyber whose aim is to build future-focused, sovereign cyber security capabilities. Before taking up that role, Stephenie worked on AustCyber’s national innovation and capability programs, driving the commercial growth of the Australian cyber security sector.

Prior to commencing work in the Australian cyber security sector, Stephenie was a doctoral researcher in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney, where her PhD research focused on Chinese cyber security policies, foreign policy and geopolitics in the Asia-Pacific region.

Stephenie holds a PhD from the University of Sydney, a Master’s degree from the University of Oxford and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Calgary.

Appearing at
Future Security SYD
1 September 2022
  • Hilton Sydney
The Future of Security, Sydney conference is FST’s dedicated security forum for NSW, exploring the most pressing issues of cybersecurity, resilience and diligence in the financial services industry. Join us at the Hilton in Sydney on Thursday, 1 September as...
Banking Summit, Sydney
4 May 2022
  • Doltone House Hyde Park
FST Media’s Banking Summit is designed to connect senior leaders at the forefront of financial services innovation and provide unrivalled opportunities for industry leaders to participate in in-depth discussions and interact with their peers, gaining real and actionable insights. This...
Banking Summit
12 October 2021
  • Virtual Conference
This by-invitation-only event will bring together a selected number of Chiefs, General Managers and Divisional Heads at Australia’s largest banks and financial services organisation to exchange thought leadership on industry trends and emerging technologies that will change the face of...