Global Intelligence Forum to meet in Ireland

Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan, with John Deasy, TD, and Kevin Giblin, Mercyhurst College Ireland,  (event host), pictured at the launch of the Global Intelligence Forum at An Garda Siochana headquarters.

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23 June 2015 | 0

The Global Intelligence Forum will convene in Dungarvan, County Waterford, from 13 to 15 July, 2015.

The event will be hosted by the Ridge School of Intelligence Studies and Information Science at Mercyhurst University, and will feature leadership panels and discussion on the most recent innovations in business intelligence, best practices for security analysis, global cybersecurity threats, the impact of social media in security and intelligence management, and the application of intelligence principles to higher education challenges.

The three day event is expected to attract attendees from the business community, academia, security specialists, technology companies and global corporations as well as government representatives and those involved in the area of business intelligence.

“The Global Intelligence Forum 2015 has an incredible line-up of expert speakers,” said Kevin Giblin, executive manager, Mercyhurst College Ireland, “that will provide the latest insights and innovations in security, business intelligence, data management and the use of technology to counter criminal and intelligence threats. This is a unique opportunity to engage with leaders on diverse topics such as corporate risk management, advanced data analysis, anticipatory intelligence, cybercrime and real-time forensic analysis, among others.”

Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan will address the event, along with recent White House official for cybersecurity, the Honorable Howard Schmidt, and former director of the US Secret Service Lewis Merletti. Moderated by Dean James Breckenridge of The Ridge School, forum attendees will also hear from Europol’s Strategic Analyst for the European Cybercrime Centre Jaroslav Jakubcek, NAMA Chairman Frank Daly and a number of eminent academics, among them Liam Fahey of Babson College; Andrew Roth, president-emeritus of Notre Dame College; Matt Whelan and Stefan Hyman of the State University of New York at Stony Brook; and Patrick Gibbons of UCD.

 

www.globalintelligenceforum.com

 

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