The .au domain name system (DNS) is part of Australia's critical infrastructure, handling more than three billion queries a day from people around the world.

With support from auDA, the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre (CSCRC), released a new paper - “Deciphering the DNS: what it is, how it works and why it’s critical”.

auDA's CEO Rosemary Sinclair and Internet Governance and Policy Director, Jordan Carter were joined by the CEO of CSCRC, Rachael Falk to share highlights from the paper and why the DNS is so critical to Australia’s online world.

About Rachael Falk

Rachael Falk is one of Australia’s leading executives at the intersection of Australia’s cyber security, governance and policy. As Chief Executive Officer of the Cyber Security Cooperative Research Centre since 2018, she leads a cutting-edge program to develop innovative and practical cyber security solutions through collaborations between government, industry and research institutions

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