Dr Maria Milosavljevic is the NSW Government Chief Information Security Officer (GCISO). She works across NSW government, with Commonwealth, State and overseas governments, industry and academia to ensure a collaborative approach to cyber security. Her role focuses on building improved prevention, detection and a streamlined response to cyber security. Dr Milosavljevic is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Canberra and Chair of the Australian Computer Society’s Cyber Security Committee. She has developed several leading-edge capabilities in government, focused on improved risk detection and mitigation, including a world-first public-private partnership between AUSTRAC and its public and private sector partners, and creation of the National Criminal Intelligence Fusion Capability at the Australian Crime Commission which won several awards. Dr Milosavljevic completed a PhD in Artificial Intelligence with Microsoft Research Institute, an Executive Masters of Public Administration with ANZSOG, and is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD).
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