The Secure Computing Forum will return for its seventh year on September 12th at the RDS, Dublin.
Join 400+ senior IT security professionals from business and government organisations for this intensive one-day conference.
Stock up on what’s new in cyber security and learn about the most dangerous new attack techniques. How do they work? How can you stop them? What’s coming next and how you can prepare!
Attend our fireside interviews & panel sessions
Evaluate the latest cybersecurity innovations
Gain know-how from leading thought leaders
The conference will address 2019’s hot cybersecurity trends including the ‘dark net’, crypto-currencies, surveillance technology, machine learning, cyber privacy & trust and will provide tips for creating a cyber-savvy workplace.
15+ Leading Cyber Security Experts
Keynote speaker John P Carlin, former assistant attorney general for the US Department of Justice’s (DOJ) National Security Division (NSD), will speak about national security matters, crisis management practices and espionage threats. The other keynote speaker is Mustafa Al-Bassam, an ex-hacker previously affiliated with Lulzsec and Anonymous, who will discuss the importance of fostering transparency and protecting against malware.
Other speakers include Jamie Bartlett, technology journalist and author of The Dark Net; Paddy McGuinness, recent Deputy National Security Adviser in the UK’s Cabinet Office responsible for intelligence security and resilience; Jamie Woodruff, Europe’s leading ethical hacker; and Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland.
The event – which will be hosted by David Keating, group security sales director at DataSolutions, and Adrian Weckler, technology editor at Independent News & Media – will also cover topics such as the most dangerous new cyber-attack techniques, the impact dark net technology is having on cybercrime and cybersecurity challenges associated with obligations to privacy.
Tickets are priced at €100 (excl. VAT) and refreshments will be provided throughout the day.