WHO WE ARE

Co-Founder

Robert Potter is the Co-Founder of Internet 2.0. Robert is technology focused and aims at solving the big problems with innovation. He is very creative.

He is also a Cyber Security Fellow at the Centre for Rule-Making Strategies in Tokyo. He also holds a Senior Fellowship at the Arirang Institute in Seoul. Prior to this, he was the Head of Cyber Operations at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence. Robert is an experienced cyber security executive and incident response lead. He has held senior advisor roles in Cyber Security within the Australian Shadow Cabinet and Government. Robert has traveled North Korea and written extensively on their cyber security capabilities. He has also regularly responded to North Korean cyber attacks on behalf of clients. Robert was engaged as an adviser to the Board of the New Payments Platform, a real time SWIFT based payment system deployed by the major banks within Australia. He regularly consults to financial institutions, human rights organizations and governments within Asia on securing their systems from cyber attacks against North Korea. He was also a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University and is PhD Candidate at the University of Sydney.

Co-Founder

David Robinson has combined a successful career as an Australian Intelligence Officer and serial entrepreneur to help found and build one of Australia’s fastest growing national security focussed technology start-ups.  David oversees all aspects of the company’s finances, business operations and corporate development as the Co-CEO. 

 

David holds a Bachelor of Arts from UNSW and is a retired Captain from the Australian Army Intelligence Corp, having served on active service in Iraq and Afghanistan. David speaks three languages and is an amateur winemaker.

 

Address:

USA: 1301 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY, 10019

AUS: Level 1, 18 National Circuit, Barton, ACT, 2600, Australia
ABN: 17 632 726 946

EIN: 85-0717794

E: contact@internet2-0.com                                 

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