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  • Fri
    26
    Aug
    2016

    ISA Postgraduate diploma in user experience application deadline



    Software Skillnet and IADT with the Irish Software Association, have launched a new Postgraduate Programme in UX (User Experience) Design.

    The programme, which is available at grant aided rates, aims to address the demand for specialist UXD skills in the software and technology sectors.

    Working with the Irish Software Association’s working group on UX skills, IADT have developed an applied, part-time programme which is ideally suited to busy working professionals.

    Last few places available for the programme commencing Autumn 2016.

    For further information contact mark.ruane@isa-skillnet.com or call 0818 919 820

  • Tue
    30
    Aug
    2016
    Thu
    01
    Sep
    2016

    Advanced hacking: The weaponised cyber range


    Espion, Sandyford, Dublin


    Securing your environment requires more than just the theory, hands-on skills are a must. Take your Ethical Hacking skills to the next level during this 3 day Weaponised Cyber Range Exercise.

    The objectives of this course are to:

    – Gain hands-on experience with a range of advanced exploit tools
    – Learn how to run complex next-gen attack scripts from your very own Pwn Pad
    – Write and deploy attack scripts from your very own USB Rubber Ducky
    – Take your hacking skills to the next level on our unique cyber range

    Prerequisites:

    This course is an extremely technical hands-on based course. Delegates are required to have 3-5 years recent experience in managing and supporting a corporate network environment. All delegates must hold a current EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker (C|EH) certification.

    To register & for more information visit: https://www.espiongroup.com/training/advanced-hacking-the-weaponised-cyber-range/

  • Thu
    01
    Sep
    2016

    Prepare your business for the EU General Data Protection Regulation

    3-5.30pm

    The Dean Hotel, 33 Harcourt Street, Dublin


    After years of discussion, the European Parliament adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on April 14, 2016. But now that the legislation is agreed, the compliance countdown begins. What does this mean for your business? Where should you start?

    The new GDPR will bring major changes to data security, particularly appoint a Data Controller, carry out risk assessments, implement data protection by design, implement appropriate systems to minimise risk, notify authorities within 72 hrs of a breach and most importantly understand where all the subjects person data resides and protect accordingly.

    The potential risks to organisations for non-compliance include fines of up to 4% of Global Turnover or €20M.

    While it will take time for the EU GDPR to come into full effect, organisations need to start preparing now as they will need to be fully compliant by May 2018.

    Join Zinopy and a panel of experts at The Dean Hotel in Dublin followed by evening drinks, BBQ and networking on the Terrace.

    You will gain essential insights into the main provisions of the Regulation, practical guidance to help organisations start to prepare for the EU GDPR and what they can do on the ground to improve data governance, reduce the risk of data loss and lower compliance costs.

    Highlights:

    • What you need to know about EU GDPR
    • Key changes and impact for Irish organisations
    • Why is the GDPR important?
    • Key legal implications of the GDPR
    • Managing a data breach – Prevention, detection and mitigation of a data breach
    • Practical tips and recommended steps to protect your data assets
    • What you need to know about the Network Information Systems (NIS) Directive

    Hear from the experts how the new rules will affect a variety of industry sectors where large quantities of personal data are processed, including financial services, government, retail, digital media and technology, pharmaceutical and health care, and more.

    The event is FREE to attend but registration is requiredat http://www.zinopy.ie/events/eu-gdpr-briefing/

  • Mon
    05
    Sep
    2016
    Fri
    09
    Sep
    2016

    (ISC)² Certified Information Systems Training


    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4


    The CISSP certification is the ideal credential for those with proven deep technical and managerial competence, skills, experience, and credibility to design, engineer, implement, and manage their overall information security programme to protect organisations from growing sophisticated attacks.

    Backed by (ISC)² the CISSP was the first credential in the field of information security to meet the stringent requirements of ISO/IEC Standard 17024. Not only is the CISSP an objective measure of excellence, but also a globally recognised standard of achievement.

    More details on this programme can be found at https://cycubix.com/cissp/

  • Mon
    05
    Sep
    2016
    Fri
    09
    Sep
    2016

    Certified Lead SCADA Security Professional course


    Espion, Sandyford, Dublin 18


    This five-day intensive course enables participants to develop the necessary expertise to plan, design, and implement an effective program to protect SCADA systems. Participants will be able to understand common Industrial Control System (ICS) threats, vulnerabilities, and risks related to ICS systems and how they can be managed. This training focuses on a mix of knowledge and skills related to SCADA/ICS security.

    The course has been designed by industry experts with in-depth experience in SCADA and Industrial Control Systems Security. Unlike other certifications, this course focuses specifically on the knowledge and skills needed by a professional looking to advice on, or manage risks related to SCADA environments and systems. Given the high profile nature, and the significant impacts associated with such environments, a holistic professional approach to security is needed and that is exactly what this course is designed to provide.

    In addition to presenting the theoretical knowledge needed by a SCADA Security Professional, a comprehensive methodology for the implementation is presented. Thus, at the end of this course, participants will gain knowledge on how to effectively implement a security program for SCADA/ICS systems.

    Whats included in the course fees:
    – Certification and exam fees
    – Student manual containing over 450 pages of information and practical examples will be distributed to participants
    – A participation certificate of 31 CPD (Continuing Professional Development) credits will be issued to participants

    The objectives of the course are to:
    – Explain the purpose and risks to SCADA Systems, Distributed Control Systems and Programmable Logic Controllers.
    – Understand the risks faced by these environments and the appropriate approaches to manage such risks.
    – Develop the expertise to support a pro-active SCADA security program including policies and vulnerability management.
    – Define and design network architecture incorporating defence in depth security controls for SCADA.
    – Explain the relationship between management, operational and technical control in a SCADA security program.
    – Improve the ability to design resilient high availability SCADA systems.

    To register visit: https://www.espiongroup.com/training/certified-lead-scada-security-professional

  • Tue
    06
    Sep
    2016

    Good grief!: Death, existenz, and the virtues of a post-digital era

    6pm

    Trinity Long Room Hub, Neill Theatre Trinity College, Dublin


    Recent research shows that while some people grieve and memorialise death online, some young people abandon social media in favour of ‘real life’ for the sake of shared grieving. Prof Charles Ess will review recent research, beginning with new forms of digitally-mediated healing and comfort, and demonstrate how these findings signal and index broader developments.

    Charles Ess is Professor of Media Studies in the Department of Media & Communication at the University of Oslo, Norway. He works at the intersections of philosophy, computing, applied ethics, comparative philosophy, and media studies, with specific focus on research ethics, Digital Religion, and virtue ethics in media and communication, specifically social robots.

    Register online at charlesess_adapt.eventbrite.ie

    Organised by the Ethics & Privacy Working Group of the Adapt Centre, in conjunction with the Trinity Long Room Hub, TCD School of Law, TCD School of Religions, Peace Studies and Theology, TCD Library and DCU Institute of Ethics.

  • Thu
    08
    Sep
    2016

    itSMF How do you deliver consistent quality of IT Services to your customers over 150 Countries?

    9-11am

    ICS, 87-89 Pembroke Road, Dublin 4


    ESP is a world class global IT solutions business with headquarters in the UK, supported by regional service delivery hubs in Hong Kong, Trinidad, Singapore, Colombia and Guam.

    They provide flexible 24/7 service desk, onsite and field services in over 150 countries worldwide and are a respected market leader with an enviable and loyal customer base of global, national and local businesses

    As ESP has grown and their markets expand, the challenge thrown down to them has been to consistently deliver a quality service across a dynamically changing customer base, which by its nature has meant extending their services across multiple countries.

    Through a combination of ESP staff and a network of like minded partner companies, they need to deliver the same service to their customers whether its being delivered in the UK, Mexico, Laos or Guatemala. The customer experience, touch points and controls need to be consistent and they need to be able to ensure the same quality of service.

    So the gauntlet that was thrown down five years ago was how to achieve this, whilst also facing the fact that the company was growing at a rate of 20% per year and constantly evolving its service offerings.

    The answers to the ‘how’ will hopefully be answered during the presentation, but a combination of best practice, investment in great toolsets and people, continuous reviewing and improving plus a large amount of hard work and commitment from the team has meant they have been able to rise to the challenge.

    For more information visit https://ics.ie/events/itsmf-event-how-do-you-deliver-consistent-quality-of-it-services-to-your-customers-over-150-countries-1142

  • Sat
    10
    Sep
    2016

    StreetPass Donegal

    1-5pm

    The Exchange, Castle Ave, Ardaravan, Buncrana, Co. Donegal


    This event will be the first meetup for Nintendo 3DS owners in the North West.

    For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/events/252901741736389/.

  • Mon
    12
    Sep
    2016
    Fri
    16
    Sep
    2016

    Espion: C|EH v9 Course


    Espion, Sandyford, Dublin 18


    To beat a hacker, you need to think like one. This is exactly what this course teaches attendees. Certified Ethical Hacking (C|EH) training provides a comprehensive ethical hacking and network security-training program so that you can think like a hacker and thus defend your organisation from the threat of hackers.

    Why do the C|EH v9 Course and get the Certification:

    • The most advanced ethical hacking course in the world that covers cutting edge of hacking technology
    • Global recognition as a certified member of a globally recognised institution
    • Attain the skills of a professional ethical hacker/penetration tester
    • Deals with real life scenarios and threats by real life experts in the field
    • Get your hands dirty with actual hands-on labs
    • Play with hacking tools that are used by the real attackers. C|EH attendees are provided with over 24 GB of underground hacking and security tools that are not included with any other training course in the world.

    The certification

    C|EH v9 prepares attendees for the EC-Council Certified Ethical Hacker Exam, which is included in the course fee and is sat by attendees on the final afternoon of the course. The Ethical Hacking Certification verifies the holder is a skilled professional who understands and knows how to look for the weaknesses and vulnerabilities in target systems. As well as authorising the ethical use of the same knowledge, tools and tactics used by malicious hackers. The Ethical Hacking Certification is also, one of the most globally recognisable and respected information security qualifications.

    For more information, please visit the EC Council’s website.

    Prerequisites

    The EC Council’s CEH is a technically challenging and fast paced course.

    Delegates are required to have 3-5 years recent experience in managing and support a corporate network environment. Delegates must have comprehensive TCP/IP skills. Those delegate wishing to attempt the CEH exam on the final day of the course must be willing to undertake a considerable amount of evening and pre-course study. The EC Council’s CEH is a technically challenging and fast paced course.

    Delegates are required to have 3-5 years recent experience in managing and support a corporate network environment. Delegates must have comprehensive TCP/IP skills. Those delegate wishing to attempt the CEH exam on the final day of the course must be willing to undertake a considerable amount of evening and pre-course study.

    Limited Double Offer – Book this course for September or October (Dublin/London/Birmingham) and receive a 10% Discount and a FREE PwnPad worth $750. T&C’s apply, see website for more details.

    For more information visit https://www.espiongroup.com/training/certified-ethical-hacker-ceh-v9/

  • Tue
    13
    Sep
    2016

    Espion: Adopting a multi-layered approach to ransomware defence


    Conrad Hotel, Dublin 2


    In this seminar Espion and cloud partner Zscaler will provide practical advice on how organisations should be developing and executing a multi-layered defensive strategy to protect their business against the rising threat of ransomware.

    A ransomware infection can be devastating to an organization and recovery can be a difficult, extensive process without expert advice. An overwhelming amount of businesses have fallen victim in recent months, facing loss of sensitive information, disruption to regular operations, financial losses as well as often irreversible reputational damage.

     Espion advises organisations to take a multi-layered approach to their defensive strategy; from raising security awareness across their organization to leveraging the cloud to apply extensive overarching system defences – a one stop shop solution is not sufficient.

    Overview:
    – The evolution of ransomware – how it has evolved, the current threat landscape and why organizations need to act now
    – How organisations fall victim – the most common infection methods examined
    – What a ransomware attack looks like – including real life examples
    – Ten steps to take immediately following a suspected incident
    – A multi-layered approach – how to prevent incidents through a multi-layered defence
    – The people factor – implementing security awareness across your entire organisation

    The seminar will be followed by a panel Q&A session.

    Speakers:
    – Chris Hodson M.Inst.ISP, director of information security EMEA, Zscaler
    – Conor Gavin, lead consultant, Espion – a BSI Professional Services Company

    This is a free event so places are limited. Register at https://www.espiongroup.com/events/adopting-a-multi-layered-approach-to-ransomware-defence/

  • Fri
    16
    Sep
    2016
    Sun
    18
    Sep
    2016

    Hacking Medicine


    DCU Alpha, Glasnevin


    The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is bringing its Hacking Medicine event to Ireland for the first time, and Healthcare professionals, patient organisations, biopharma industry talent and technology enthusiasts of all levels are being called upon to take part. The event theme is ‘Improving the patient experience from bench to bedside’ and will feature contributions from MIT, DCU and other key healthcare stakeholders.

    The event will form part of the Dublin 2016 International Biopharma Ambition Convention, organised by the Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IPHA), BioPharmaChem Ireland (BPCI) and the National Institute for Bioprocessing Research and Training (NIBRT).

    The primary goal of the hackathon is to provide patients with better treatment outcomes as well as specific targets such as better drug logistics and waste management, more effective doctor-patient interaction and a better overall patient experience.

    The winning team will receive €3,000 with €2,000 for second place and €1,000 for third. The prize giving ceremony for the winning team will take place in the Mansion House Dublin on Wednesday 21 September at the BioPharma Ambition delegate dinner.

    Tickets for the event cost €20 per person and are available at Eventbrite along with a full schedule and running order for the three days (click here).

  • Sat
    17
    Sep
    2016
    Sun
    18
    Sep
    2016

    Double Eye VFX Summit


    IFI, Eustace Street, Dublin 2


    This September, ImageIreland is bringing some of the most influential Visual Effects artists in the world to Dublin for the inaugural Double Eye conference.

    Stephen Lohan, CEO of ImageIreland has assembled a team of VFX artists at the top of their profession who, over two days, will discuss the issues facing the VFX industry and means to navigate them.
     
    Hosted by Scott Ross, who has presided over seven Oscar wins during his time as a former general manager of Industrial Light and Magic and co-founder of Digital Domain with James Cameron, the event will feature conversations and workshops with VFX artists that are globally highly regarded.

    For more information visit http://www.imageireland.ie/

  • Mon
    19
    Sep
    2016
    Fri
    23
    Sep
    2016

    (ISC)² Certified Secure Software Lifecycle Professional Training


    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4


    Application vulnerabilities affect our everyday lives. In order to make the cyber world a safer place, we must ensure web application security is a priority. Application vulnerabilities were ranked the top threat to information security professionals in the 2013 (ISC)² Global Information Security Workforce Study.

    CSSLP establishes best practices and validates an individual’s competency in addressing security issues throughout the software development lifecycle.

    More details could be found by visiting https://cycubix.com/csslp/

  • Tue
    27
    Sep
    2016
    Wed
    28
    Sep
    2016

    Continuous Delivery with Dave Farley



    Dave, founder and director of Continuous Delivery, is a thought-leader in the field of Continuous Delivery, DevOps and Software Development in general.

    Continuous Delivery is the ability to get changes of all types – including new features, configuration changes, bug fixes and experiments – into production, or into the hands of users, safely and quickly in a sustainable way.

    Benefits of Continuous Delivery include;

    •Low risk releases
    •Faster time to market
    •Higher quality releases
    •Lower costs
    •Better products
    •Happier team

    For more information visit http://www.isa-skillnet.com/course/198/continuous-delivery-with-dave-farley/.

  • Wed
    28
    Sep
    2016

    SIP – Give yourself a global voice by making communication simple

    10am

    Webinar


    Let IDC and BT unlock the secrets to achieve truly successful SIP – (Session Initiation Protocol) enabled global communications.

    Businesses are rising to the challenge of market globalisation by becoming stateless – selling streamlined products and services to an increasingly integrated global economy.

    How do businesses with a global footprint simplify and optimise communications? Enterprise voice – enabled by SIP – remains a critical business service, as well as a vital stepping-stone to improving employee collaboration and creating efficient operations.

    To connect people across your organisation (regardless of region), you need to make the most of SIP. And ‘getting it right’ is essential to your organisation’s efforts to be more competitive, control costs and bring a distributed international workforce together.

    It all starts with your network. Consolidating SIP enterprise voice services with your IP data network gives you the opportunity to standardise your communications and provide connectivity that’s resilient, flexible and easier to scale to achieve the following objectives:

    – Reducing the complexity and cost of global communication
    – Extending your global reach to new markets
    – Increasing the productivity of your workforce through unified communications and collaboration

    In our webinar we’ll show you how to:
    – Use Global SIP to create a future-proof network that gives you greater control over services and
    – Reduces your costs
    – Make the most of SIP by consolidating voice across multiple sites on a global WAN
    – Avoid the common mistakes organisations make when rolling out SIP trunks globally

    Jason Andersson, Network Analyst, IDC Enterprise.
    Jason will help you understand how a global application of enterprise SIP can help you on your digital transformation journey – as well as how up-to-date voice services will benefit your business. He’ll tackle some of the infrastructure issues many IT departments struggle with, while showing you how to create the ideal strategy for SIP trunk adoption.

    Jan Riechers, BT General Manager, Global Voice Services.
    As BT’s global expert in SIP and WAN technologies, Jan will take you through BT’s network experience, international footprint and end-to-end range of services.

    Customer Case Studies
    We’ll show you how two global organisations have delivered significant cost savings and better quality service – all by bringing their worldwide communications onto a common platform. You’ll see how our customers got their networks ready for unified communications and collaboration, and how they’ve improved communications by working with a one-stop global provider with decades of experience.

    For more information visit http://info.btireland.com/SIP-enabled-global-communications-webinar.

  • Thu
    29
    Sep
    2016

    @ The Planetarium

    8am – 4pm

    Armagh Planetarium


    Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council have joined forces with Ireland’s leading technology event, Digital DNA, to create an exclusive, cutting edge event to help local businesses and organisations to fully embrace their online potential and compete with the best.

    On 29 September the iconic Armagh Planetarium will become Northern Ireland’s biggest creative digital hub as part of a packed tech-focused programme that will drive new thinking and inspire new ideas to help advise, shape and transform new ways of working.

    For more information and to register visit http://www.digitaldna.org.uk/-the-planetarium#the-planetarium.

  • Thu
    29
    Sep
    2016
    Fri
    30
    Sep
    2016

    Seminar: Search inside yourself


    Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2


    SIY was founded by Google employee number 107 Chade-Meng Tan in 2007, initially as an in-house course, but now the course is run all year around across the world.

    The aim of the two-day seminar is to teach business management and leaders how to improve relations with their employees and reduce stress in the workplace, leading to a boost in productivity and wellbeing.

    Based on the work of Neuroscience and Mindfulness experts, the seminar promotes emotional intelligence skills in order to create positive mindsets and centred leadership.

    The training is being delivered in Ireland by Genos International. A standard ticket to attend the two days of training costs €995, with packages available for groups.

    For more information visit http://siy.deiricmccann.com/%20

  • Sun
    16
    Oct
    2016
    Thu
    20
    Oct
    2016

    NodeConfEU


    Lyrath Hotel, Kilkenny


    NodeConf EU is the key Node.js event in Europe, providing a forum for the Node.js community. It takes place on an estate just outside the medieval city of Kilkenny, Ireland. Kilkenny is the neighbour of Waterford – the worlds new Node.js centre of excellence and home of nearForm.

    For more information visit http://www.nodeconf.eu/.

     

  • Wed
    19
    Oct
    2016

    Learn Inbound


    Olympia Theatre, Dublin


    Network with some of the brightest minds in inbound marketing and learn about the latest tools, tactics and strategies in content marketing, SEO and more.

    Join 10 leading digital marketing practitioners for a full day to fuel your passion for growth. From tactics and tools to campaigns and case studies, these talks will provide actionable information to help make you more efficient and more effective in your role and help your business to grow.

    For more information visit https://learninbound.com.

  • Thu
    20
    Oct
    2016
    Sat
    22
    Oct
    2016

    Digital Biscuit


    The Odeon Cinema, Point Village, Dublin


    The annual international film and technology forum Digital Biscuit will take place in Dublin from the 2nd to the 4th of March 2016. The three-day event aims to foster innovation and collaboration in film, television and screen production.
     
    In its fourth year, Digital Biscuit will bring the most creative and innovative minds in the film and technology industry together for a festival of ideas and events. This year, it will be held at Dublin’s Odeon Point Village and the event is quickly becoming a global networking hub for the world’s leading filmmakers, technologists, creatives and the wider industry. Previous speakers have included David Yates, director of the Harry Potter series, David Chase, creator of The Sopranos, and Michel Gondry, director of Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind, amongst many others.

    For the 2016 event, Digital Biscuit 2016 will place a spotlight on women innovators in film and technology, focusing on the high calibre women in the industry and providing a platform to showcase female trailblazers and their achievements. In addition, Digital Biscuit will partner with the French Embassy in Ireland for a special Spotlight on France stage, highlighting French professionals and organisations at the forefront of producing innovative digital storytelling.

    Key features of Digital Biscuit 2016 include:
    –    Three-day programme of events, all based in Dublin’s Odeon Point Village
    –    A stellar line-up of speakers and attendees drawn from the film, technology and creative industries
    –    Six stages focused on key international trends and innovations
    –    Screenings of award-winning films
    –    Inspirational talks, networking platforms, technology exhibitions and creative showcases
    –    Programme of social networking events and activities to entertain attendees throughout the event

    For more information visit www.digitalbiscuit.com.

  • Fri
    21
    Oct
    2016
    Sun
    23
    Oct
    2016

    Code for the Kingdom Global Hackathon



    The second Global Code for the Kingdom hackahton builds upon the success of the 2015 Global hackathon and previous regional hackathons, which have already gathered over 3300 technologists to create over 330 projects to do good.

    This largest ever global faith-inspired tech collaboration will continue to activate technologists and other creative people to give their skills and some time as their contribution to the mission field, and it will also leverage the skills and in-sights of entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists to foster an entrepreneurial culture with Christian values.

    For more information visit http://codeforthekingdom.org

  • Mon
    24
    Oct
    2016
    Fri
    28
    Oct
    2016

    (ISC)² Certified Cloud Security Training


    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4


    Backed by the two leading non-profits focused on cloud and information security, the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) and (ISC)², the CCSP credential denotes professionals with deep-seated knowledge and competency derived from hands-on experience with information security and cloud computing. CCSPs help you achieve the highest standard for cloud security expertise and enable your organisation to benefit from the power of cloud computing while keeping sensitive data secure.

    The CCSP credential reflects deeper knowledge derived from hands-on information security and cloud computing experience. It validates practical know-how applicable to those professionals whose day-to-day responsibilities involve cloud security architecture, design, operations, and service orchestration.

    More details could be found at https://cycubix.com/ccsp/

  • Wed
    26
    Oct
    2016

    Arista Cloud Builder Technical Forum

    9.30-4pm
    Arista Offices , Geroges Dock, IFSC

    Gartner Data Centre Networking Leader, Arista Networks, are hosting their Cloud Builders Technical Forum on October.

    This forum will cover a range of technical topics, provide practical demonstrations as well as a introduction to a number of new topics including :
    • Arista’s Ethernet Virtual Private Networks (EVPN) solutions for open and scalable Layer 2 and 3 multi-tenant cloud networking to the Data Center
    • Getting to the root cause fast! – using Arista Latency ANalyZer (LANZ) to rapidly identify congestion and improve application performance
    • How new developments in Arista EOS Telemetry and CloudVision Analytics will deliver detailed, correlated, real time and historical visibility of your data center network.

    Agenda:

    09:30 – 09:40 Welcome and Introduction
    09:40 – 10:10 Arista Technology Update
    10:10 – 11:10 Deploying VXLAN based Ethernet VPNs (EVPN)
    11:10 – 11:25 Break
    11:25 – 11:35 Video Challenge
    11:35 – 12:30 Adding insight with Arista Network Telemetry and Latency ANalyZer (LANZ)
    12:30 – 13:30 Lunch
    13:30 – 15:00 CloudVision Reporting, Analytics & Visualisation
    15:00 – 15:15 Break
    15:15 – 15:45 Arista and Docker
    15:45 – 16:00 Close

    In order to attend please register here : http://events.arista.com/cloudbuilderdublin16q4

  • Mon
    07
    Nov
    2016
    Fri
    11
    Nov
    2016

    (ISC)² Official Systems Security Certified Practitioner Training


    Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4


    The SSCP certification is the ideal credential for those with proven technical skills and practical security knowledge in hands-on operational IT roles. It provides industry-leading confirmation of a practitioner’s ability to implement, monitor and administer IT infrastructure in accordance with information security policies and procedures that ensure data confidentiality, integrity and availability.

    The SSCP indicates a practitioner’s technical ability to tackle the operational demands and responsibilities of security practitioners, including authentication, security testing, intrusion detection/prevention, incident response and recovery, attacks and countermeasures, cryptography, malicious code countermeasures, and more.

    More details could be found by visiting https://cycubix.com/sscp/

  • Thu
    10
    Nov
    2016
    Fri
    11
    Nov
    2016

    UX Ireland


    Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute, Dublin


    UX Ireland is a two-day conference for UX, User Research and UI design communities in Ireland.

    Catch Keynote Speakers Jon Kolko of Blackboard, Brenda Laurel of Neogaian Interactive and a host of global designers providing insights into their fields.

    For more information visit http://uxireland.net/

  • Tue
    15
    Nov
    2016

    InfoSec 2016


    RDS, Dublin


    The first annual cybersecurity conference, InfoSec 2016, is set to address the main areas of IT security threat and the security implications for businesses in Ireland.

    The conference is sponsored by technology expert, eir Business, a Cisco Gold Partner. As well as the opportunity to listen to specialists in the field, InfoSec 2016 will provide delegates with a chance to learn about the latest research, tools and technologies to reduce risk and protect against security breaches in organisations.

    Security experts and responders will address topics including: With the Rise of the Robots, what do Irish companies need to guard against when buying new automated services, sales and manufacturing systems? What are the security implications of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in smart business systems?

    Furthermore, in specific relation to Ransomware, with 23 per cent of Irish firms saying they have been hit, what’s next? The Internet of Things is now in businesses, smart cities and homes – what can vendors, retailers and distributors do to prevent mass attacks? Also, what do state bodies and public sector organisations need to do next in relation to attacks on public sector bodies?

    Confirmed speakers include at InfoSec 2016 include:

    • Journalist Sarah Harrison, WikiLeaks
    • Detective Inspector Michael Gubbins, Computer Crime Investigations Unit, Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation
    • Conor Flynn, Information Security Assurance Services (ISAS)
    • UCD Centre of Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation representative
    • Rik Ferguson, Trend Micro
    • James Kavanagh, Snapchat Superstar

    InfoSec 2016 is an Independent News and Media event, please log onto www.independent.ie/infosec2016 for further information and tickets.

     

  • Sun
    20
    Nov
    2016

    eir Spider Awards


    The Double Tree by Hilton, Burlington Road, Dublin 4


    Celebrating its 21st year, the awards are the longest standing and most prestigious digital & technology awards in Ireland. Each year the awards aim to find Ireland’s best and brightest digital leaders paving the way for the future of Ireland’s digital economy.

    This year’s awards will span 19 categories with the goal of highlighting the digital achievements of Ireland’s business community from the start-ups to the most established national and international brands.

    Three new categories have been added this year: Best in Blogging, Best Campaign and Best in User Experience. This year the entry fee has been reduced to €50 for an unlimited number of entries.

    The closing date for entries is 12 October and the awards is taking place on Wednesday 30 November at The Double Tree by Hilton, Burlington Road, Dublin 4.

    For more information visit http://eirspiders.ie/

  • Fri
    25
    Nov
    2016

    BIFM Summit 2016

    8am

    Croke Park


    The annual BIFM Ireland Region’s facilities management summit will bring together FM professionals from across the island of Ireland and beyond to discuss the summit’s core theme: ‘Workplace partnerships – Rethinking FM’.

    The BIFM Ireland Region FM Summit sponsored by Aramark and OCS will provide delegates with a full day of innovative talks delivered by specialist speakers, exhibitions demonstrating the latest cutting-edge FM services, and excellent networking opportunities.

    Compered by Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin, the summit has become one of the highlights in the calendars of facilities managers operating throughout Ireland as they assemble to celebrate their profession’s progression across a range of business sectors. 

    Speakers include:

    • Bill Hancox, director of facilities management, Edge Hill University
    • Frank van Massenhove, chairman at FOD Sociale Zekerheid – SPF Securite Sociale
    • John Longeran, former governor Mountjoy Prison
    • Katie Ledger, author Complete Coherence
    • Nasreen Begum, head of workplace, Linkedin
    • Pat Gilroy, country director, Veolia (Previous Dublin Football Manager)
    • Paul Carthy, managing director, Guinness Storehouse
    • Sunil Shah, managing director, Acclaro Advisory


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