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Austcyber merged into Stone & Chalk – Interview with CEOs Michelle Price & Alex Scandurra

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Stone & Chalk and AustCyber announced on Monday, Feb 15 that they will merge. We spoke to the CEOs the following day – live streamed (with a slight technical hitch at the start).

AustCyber is the Australian Cyber Security Growth Network. Established by the Turnbull Government in 2017, AustCyber’s mission was “to support the development of a vibrant and globally competitive Australian cyber security sector”.

AustCyber will retain its standalone brand, staffing structure and National Network of Cyber Security Innovation Nodes and continue to operate as one of the Australian Government’s Industry Growth Centres. The merger sees Stone & Chalk’s emerging technology founders having access to support from AustCyber and the organisation will work to shape policy and regulation for critical and emerging technology products and services.

Read more – https://australiancybersecuritymagazi…

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