Teams will be given 10 minutes to present their ideas to a panel of leaders in law enforcement and technology on how real cybercrime challenges can be solved. They will present on two challenges:
- How can we identify the ultimate beneficiaries of proceeds of crime received as cryptocurrency?
- How can individuals identify their vulnerabilities to cyber-attacks and make themselves more resilient?
The seven universities involved are – Charles Sturt University, Southern Cross University, University of New England, The University of Newcastle, Western Sydney University, Macquarie University, and University of Technology Sydney.
The event is on Thursday 6 May 2021, 8.30am to 4pm at NSW Police Force Headquarters in Parramatta.
The panellists are:
- Deputy Commissioner David Hudson, Investigations and Counter Terrorism
- Gordon Dunsford, Chief Information & Technology Officer (CITO) and Executive Director Digital Technology & Innovation
- Detective Superintendent Matt Craft, Commander of the Cybercrime Squad
- Jenna Bradley, Acting Director, Strategic Delivery and Innovation, Office of the Commissioner
Also present on the day will be:
- Stephen Scheeler, former Facebook CEO for Australia and New Zealand
- Justin Cook, Technical Sales Manager for State Government at Microsoft.