Andrew Tunnecliffe

(+61) 434 251 920

Cyber Security Coder and Analyst looking for work!


Currently working in Cyber Security with a Federal Government department, I have a strong and growing passion for Cyber Security with a focus on malware analysis, incident response, log analysis and secure development.

Technical Skills

Programming: C#, Java, PHP, ASP.NET, JavaScript, LUA, Python, C++, stack of others.

Frameworks: WinForms, .NET, C#/MVC, CakePHP, Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal

Tools: Splunk, Cuckoo, Snort, Burp Suite, CCSVM, w3af, BlackBag, DCS

Don't let this limit you -- above is just a list of what I know very well from use in the office.


University of Canberra

Graduate Certificate of Government Informatics

Completed with Distinction

Bruce, Australian Capital Territory


Monash University

Bachelor of Information Technology and Systems

Major in Information and Communication Security

Minor in Games Development

Caulfield, Victoria



Cyber Security Analyst, Department of Social Services, Canberra

(May 2015 - Current)

Analysis, Cyber Security, Implementation

IT Officer (Developer), Department of Social Services, Canberra

(February 2015 - May 2015)

Analysis, Development, Enterprise

On-site Technician and Consultant, ByteWiz, Melbourne & Canberra

(July 2014 - Current)

Communication, Hardware, Software

Tech Expert, Telstra, Melbourne

(January 2012 - December 2013)

Leadership, Communication, Hardware

Repair Technician, Easy-Bargain Co, Melbourne

(August 2011 - February 2012)

Communication, MySQL, PHP, Hardware

Repair Technician, ByteWiz, Melbourne

(December 2010 - October 2011)

Communication, Leadership, MySQL, PHP, Hardware

Developer, EventScripts, Melbourne

(September 2010 - October 2012)

Python, EventScripts, PHP

Academic Achievements

2nd Best Overall IT System

- Monash University Industry Experience Project

I'm actually pretty proud of this so I'm going to write about it a bit more.

The task was to create a web system for a client; our client was a branch of the Uniting Care assistance group. It was interesting because the clients were almost exclusively volunteers who have almost no computer experience. Not only that but I was told by management specifically that their willingness to learn will be minimal at best.

But they were confident in Microsoft Word!

With this knowledge, I build a web system (from scratch, as the assignment required) where users were automatically authenticated from their work intranet, and each page was simply a HTML render of a word document. Adding a new page was as simple as dragging and dropping a word document onto the screen and clicking the menu item you wanted to lead to it. Some of the more elite users were given permissions to add and edit the menu items, and access to an inline editor plugin for changing the home page in an easy, drag and drop, click and type interface.

It was the easiest and most usable system I have ever created. Teaching drag and drop was not an easy task, but it ended up being a great tool that I am extremely proud of.

Highest Mark of all students

- "Secure and Trusted Software Systems" unit at Monash University

Final Word

You should Google me if you want more info. I have a fairly prominent online presence. Here are some links to get you started:

I'm originally from Melbourne and am currently living in Canberra. I'm happy to move anywhere in AU for a good job.