Dr Suelette Dreyfus wrote the first mainstream book about computer hacking in Australia, with Julian Assange. It has been made into two films, translated into 7 languages, and been described by Rolling Stone as “Gripping, eminently readable .. entirely original” . As part of the School of Computing and Information, she lectures on cyber security and privacy, as well as the impact of IT on integrity systems (whistleblowing). She is particularly interested in anonymity, and on how IT can be used to bring accountability to government and corporations. She is the Principal Researcher on the World Online Whistleblowing Survey, which has examined public attitudes to whistleblowing, including using social media to disclose wrongdoing to the public, across 10 countries. When she’s not pursuing her interest in cybersecurity, Suelette volunteers running a primary school debating team that has won the State Championship for two years in a row.