Home Affairs Secretary to speak on Australia’s national security

The Secretary of the Department of Home Affairs, Michael Pezzullo, will deliver an address about Australia’s national security at The Australian National University (ANU) today. 

Speaking at the ANU National Security College, Mr Pezzullo will share his perspectives on how the Government thinks about national security in an increasingly complex and interconnected world.  

He will talk about how governments, the private sector and the community can work together to maintain a prosperous and secure Australia. 

Mr Pezzullo’s address will be live streamed and available on demand via ANU TV on YouTube: 

The speech takes place from 6-7pm today and forms part of the National Security College’s 10th anniversary conversation series

For media assistance contact the ANU Media Team on +61 2 6125 7979 or at media@anu.edu.au 

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