Detective Superintendent Brian Hay has been a member of the Queensland Police Service for 30 years. Since 2004, Mr. Hay had extensively worked in the area of fraud and corporate crime and at present has principal responsibility for the management and direction of the Fraud & Corporate Crime Group.
Mr. Hay has a broad investigative background with forays into the investigation of drugs, outlaw motorcycle gangs, sexual predators and public sector corruption. These duties have been interspersed with uniform general duties and corporate responsibilities.
He is regarded as having a degree of expertise within the fraud and cyber environments and is often sought for media comment. Mr Hay was a pivotal driver in a number of key national initiatives and has a proven record in partnering industry.
In 2006 Mr. Hay completed a Masters in Public Policy and Administration.
In 2009 he was the recipient of the Australian Police Medal.
In 2009 he was the recipient of an international award from McAfee for efforts in combating cyber crime.
In 2010 he was the recipient of the National AusCERT Award for Individual Excellence in Information Security.
He is the current chair of the ANZPAA eCrime Committee and a member of the National Cybercrime Working Group.
Mythbusters Part II
There are many assumptions made about the internet, the cyber environment and those role actors that play within it. This litany of assumptions has created a false reality upon which many prefer to base their beliefs and understanding of the cyber world. When is real real? Is "Reality TV" really "reality". So is cyber crime an enigma? Is there any validity left in the internet and is the issue of “Trust” actually in crisis? Who do we believe, when do we believe, how do we believe and why do we believe? This session will attempt to weave a path through the myriad of truths, untruths, partial truths and absences of truth that populate the cyber environment and at the end of the day come down to some very simple basic essences of facts. Perhaps the online world is simply a mirror of the offline world, or perhaps not...
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