Location


THE BREHON KILLARNEY

REGISTRATION


8AM - 9AM

CONFERENCE


9AM -5PM


SCHEDULE

keynote address

David Stanton TD, Minister of State at the Department of Justice
and Equality with special responsibility for Equality, Immigration
and Integration

HIGHLIGHT SPEAKER

Sir Rob Wainwright, Senior Partner for Deloitte’s Cyber Practice

wHAT ARE WE SEEING? EMERGING TRENDS IN CYBER ATTACKS

Richard Browne, Director of Ireland’s National Cyber Security Centre

Gina Dollard, Cyber Threat Intelligence Manager, Allied Irish Banks

Senior Representative, National Cyber Security Centre, UK

Conrad Prince, Distinguished Fellow and Senior Cyber Adviser, Royal United Services Institute (RUSI)

Deterrence, Detection and Punishment: The Policing and Law Enforcement Perspective

Mandy Haeburn-Little, Chief Executive of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre

Detective Superintendent Michael Gubbins, Garda National Cyber Crime Bureaut

Detective Inspector Alistair Burns, Serious Cyber Crime Unit, Police Service of Northern, Ireland (PSNI)

Todd Renner, Special Agent & Assistant Legal Attaché, FBI

James Sullivan,
Research Fellow in Cyber Threats and Cyber Security, Royal United Services, Institute (RUSI)

RESEARCH AND INNOVATION IN CYBER SECURITY

David Crozier, Head of Strategic Partnerships & Engagement, Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT), Queen’s University Belfast

Prof. Máire O’Neill, Principal Investigator, Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT), Queen’s University Belfast

Marc French, Senior Vice President and Chief Trust Officer at Mimecast

Jacky Fox, Cyber & IT Forensic Lead at Deloitte and lecturer on Information Security in University College Dublin

Keith Lippert, Cyber & IT Forensic Lead at Deloitte and Lecturer on Information Security in University College Dublin

Paul Wickens, CEO of Enterprise Shared Services and CIO for the Northern Ireland Civil Service

nATIONAL SECURITY AND DEFENCE

Professor Todd Landman, Professor of Political Science and Pro-Vice-Chancellor
at The University of Nottingham

Andrew Munro, Assistant Secretary General, Department of the Taoiseach

Kevin R. Powers, Director of M.S. Cybersecurity Policy and Governance, Boston College