Dirk van Graver
Dirk van Graver has held various positions in the public sector. He has a master’s degree in International Security from the University of Sydney.
What Tom Cruise can teach us about great power competition
Hollywood’s “Healthy Development” of an audience in China carries a cost should reel life mask the real thing.
The “new era” of digital authoritarianism
A growing online divide has curbed freedom of expression and opinion but it’s not time to surrender to a “splinternet”.
Responding to cyber attacks: resilience and transparency is key
Yes, Australia’s security was tested, but keeping it secret won’t help the public accept inevitable dangers to networks.
Disruptors disrupted: Australia’s new encryption law
Law enforcement and technology companies are battling over the privacy implications of contentious new laws.
Managing the release of convicted terrorists
Australia is trialling new rehabilitation programs that balance the rights of convicted terrorists with public safety.
Exceptional access: Australia’s encryption laws
The search is for a technical solution that reconciles the national security imperative with personal privacy.