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    IRISSCERT IRISSCON Cyber Crime Conference

    Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin

    This all-day conference focuses on providing attendees with an overview of the current cyber threats facing businesses in Ireland and what they can do to help deal with those threats.

    Experts on various aspects of cyber crime and cyber security share their thoughts and experiences with attendees, while a number of panel sessions will provide the opportunity to discuss the issues that matter most. Our speakers this year include

    Graham Cluley
    Jelena Milosevic
    Raj Samani
    Lisa Forte
    Jenny Radcliffe
    Dan Raywood
    Dave Lewis
    Mick Moran
    Alex Hutton
    Emma Heffernan
    Carmel Somers
    Kirils Solovjovs
    The conference will be open to anyone with the responsibility for securing their business information assets. There is a nominal fee of €50 per person attending to cover the costs of catering and other organisational expenses.

    The IRISS Annual Conference is an opportunity to not only increase your knowledge but also to meet and network with your peers in a relaxed environment.

    We have also negotiated a special delegate rate for those wishing to stay in the conference hotel. If you wish to avail of this send an email to to get the discount code.

    In parallel to the conference, IRISSCERT and the Irish Honeynet Project also hosts Ireland’s premier Cyber Security Challenge to identify Ireland’s top cyber security experts. Teams will compete against each other in a controlled environment to see who will be the first to exploit weaknesses in a number of systems and declare victory. The purpose of the competition is to demonstrate how attackers could gain access to your systems and allow you to learn from the event on how to prevent such attacks from impacting your network. To Enter the competition please select the cyberchallenge tickets below, note that registering for the Cyberchallenge includes registration and access to the Cyber Crime conference.

    This year the conference will be run in partnership with Technology Ireland ICT Skillnet – a network of companies who collaborate to address skills needs within the technology sector.

    The network is a non-profit body which is co-funded by Skillnet Ireland, the national agency for workforce development learning, and the member companies. Skillnet Ireland is funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education & Skills.

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