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Clip from Lateline  |  ABC  |  December 4, 2017
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As ANZ recruits people with autism for for their cybersecurity department, Lateline discusses the benefits and challenges of hiring people on the spectrum with ANZ's Matt Ormiston, DXC Technology's Michael Fieldhouse, La Trobe University's Cheryl Dissanayake, and two employees with ASC.

As ANZ recruits people with autism for for their cybersecurity department, Lateline discusses the benefits and challenges of hiring people on the spectrum with ANZ's Matt Ormiston, DXC Technology's Michael Fieldhouse, La Trobe University's Cheryl Dissanayake, and two employees with ASC.

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