18 October 2022 Croke Park, Dublin
Registration, Networking Arrival Break and Exhibition Viewing
WELCOME & OPENING REMARKS FROM THE CHAIR
How EU cyber strategy is making make physical and digital entities more resilient
Paul C Dwyer
President, International Cyber Threat Task Force (ICTTF)
COLLABORATING TO PROTECT OUR NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Defending our national infrastructure against attacks
- What contingency plans has Ireland in place, in case of escalation of malicious cyber activity impacting on Irish networks and services?
- What is the possibility of a “destructive” cyber attack being conducted directly against the state or state agencies given the current turbulent geo-political situation in Eastern Europe?
- What capacity building measures are needed to protect the digital eco-system?
- How can we bolster resilience in the built environment?
Head of operations, ECAS, BT Ireland
European Cyber Security and Information Services Leader, Arup
Head of Cybersecurity, Irish Water
Director, National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC)
Staying ahead of emerging threats
Security Manager, National Transport Authority
Adopting a cyber resilience approach to dealing with emerging sophisticated threats
BOLSTERING SECURITY ACROSS YOUR ORGANISATION
Leading a culture of security awareness across your organisation
Cyber crime has seen unprecedented growth in scale and sophistication and has become one of the most significant risks facing management and boards of every type of organisation, both large and small, public and private. Whilst security is widespread and mainstream, security culture has not kept pace with the threat landscape.
- How can leaders foster change and embed security into everything the organisation does?
- How can you build a culture that transforms security into a lifecycle that generates security returns forever?
- What actions are needed to instil the concept that security belongs to everyone?
Head of Enterprise Applications Group, UCC
CEO, HD Health
Director ICT, Governance & Corporate Services, Irish Prison Service
Implementing a zero trust approach to support your organisation’s resilience
Manager, Global Data Centre Operations, Cisco
Networking Coffee Break & Exhibition Viewing
CYBER INCIDENT RESPONSE MANAGEMENT
CIO & CISO of Damovo and CEO of Lares,
SPOTLIGHT ON … Responding to a ransomware attack
How my life changed after shaking hands with the Devil!
CIO, Children’s Health Ireland
Preparing for and responding to an attack
Whilst you are never going to eliminate the inevitable from happening, you can prepare an effective response plan and do all you can to minimise the impact of a breach when it does happen. This panel will discuss how to identify the threats, effectively prepare for, and respond to an attack as well as how to invest in a prevent-first strategy and manage third party and supplier risk.
- Staying ahead of emerging threats and risks and updating your strategies to defend against them.
- Striking the balance between investment in tech security and human-factor solutions.
- What cyber incident response management technologies should your company be investing in to protect its assets?
Cyber Resilience Director, Dell Technologies Ireland and Northern Ireland
Detective Chief Superintendent, Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau
IT Security Manager, Bord na Móna
Cyber hygiene: why are companies failing the basics?
Founder, Cyber Women Ireland & Cyber For School Girls
Fostering a pipeline of cyber security talent
Organisations are facing a perfect storm of surging threats, expanding attack surfaces and cyber skills shortages. This is due not only to the growing sophistication of the cybercrime economy, but also to organisations’ accelerated investments in digital technologies and the surge in remote working which has created new technology and human-shaped gaps for threat actors to exploit. Cybersecurity teams require constantly evolving expertise in numerous digital landscapes and languages. The industry is facing an escalating skills shortage, with businesses struggling to fill critical security roles on their teams.
- How can we rethink our cyber security hiring to build a workforce that’s a better fit for business today?
- How can we nurture a diverse and inclusive workplace?
- What training can we give staff to minimise human factor risk?
- What tools do we need to navigate the increased risk of a distributed workforce?
Senior Consultant and Managing Director, Cygnus Consulting Ltd and Chairman, Association of Data Protection Officers
IT Leader, Boots Ireland
CLOSING REMARKS FOR MORNING SESSION
1-2pm Networking Lunch Break & Exhibition Viewing
2.00 – 3.15
Thematic roundtables are interactive discussions in small groups. Moderated by seasoned industry experts and practitioners, they will address a compelling technology trend, issue, demonstration or an inspiring customer case. This is your chance to join insightful discussions to share experiences and get new and actionable ideas from peers and experts.
Connect your edge
Unify your data at the edge by securely and seamlessly integrating all your apps and infrastructure. Securely access your data wherever it lives, eliminating migration headaches. Go from edge to cloud with the flexibility to scale when you need.
Senior Manager, Security and Compliance, BT Ireland
Executing an integrated cyber approach
How to harness the power of information networks to enhance business operations, increase mission performance and improve customer support without compromising security or privacy.
Investing in your cyber security workforce
Harnessing emotional and behavioural intelligence to achieve innovation in your team through inclusion and diversity
Associate Director of Cyber Risk at Aon
How accountants will shape the future of cybersecurity
Cybersecurity is no longer solely an IT issue; it is fast becoming the responsibility of everyone in the organisation, with accountants playing a critical role.
Using data collection, analysis and visualization for the supply of safe and secure water.