Agenda

 

8:00

Conference Registration Open

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Join us for arrival coffee, registration and visit our exhibition area for live demos and have your questions answered.


9:00

Opening of Secure Computing Forum 2019

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Charlie Flanagan

Minister for Justice & Equality


9:10

MC’s Welcome Address: A Look into the 2019 Cyber Security Landscape. 

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David Keating

Group Security Director, DataSolutions

Adrian Weckler

Technology Editor at Independent News & Media


9:20

Opening Keynote: Dawn of the Code War – The Rising Global Cyber Threat

John P. Carlin takes us to the front lines of a global but little-understood fight as the Justice Department and the FBI chases down hackers, online terrorist recruiters, and spies. Today, as economies go digital, from banking to manufacturing to transportation, the potential targets multiply.

John P. Carlin

Former Assistant Attorney General for the US Department of Justice’s National Security Division


9:50

Threat Hunting Like A Criminal.

Urban legend purports that humans only use 10% of their brains. Artificial Intelligence does not have this limitation but is restricted by the human ability to learn. What if we could overcome this constraint by providing a human fueled feedback loop to the A.I.

In cyber security, we’re like law enforcement constantly chasing new malware, metaphorically speaking, across the information highways of the internet, through the defenses of corporations & into classified locations storing sensitive data. Imagine that instead of pursuing malware, machines instantly learned from all the world’s human threat analysts, gathering an infinite intelligence to prevent cyber-crime & instead of the police car pursuing the bank robbers, we started looking for banks to rob & stood in waiting for the criminals!

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Eddie Doyle

Global Security Strategist for Check Point Research


10:15

What Can We Learn From The Dark Net?

Jamie Bartlett will take you on a tour of the hidden 'dark web' revealing how criminals, hackers and journalists all benefit from encrypted technology. He will show some of the latest developments in how people's personal information is stolen, and how it is likely to evolve in the next 5 to 10 years.

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Jamie Bartlett

Journalist and tech blogger for The Telegraph, author of “The Dark Net”


10:40

Panel Discussion - Rethinking Cyber Defence to Combat Complex Risks, Threats & Vulnerabilities

As organisations continue to digitise and transform, the attack landscape grows ever more complex. Cybercriminals are using increasingly sophisticated tactics, so it’s critical that information security professionals are equipped with the knowledge and tools to defend their organisation against digital threats. This panel session will discuss current threats and take a look at emerging threats on the horizon and how to defend against them.

Moderated by Adrian Weckler

Technology Editor at Independent News & Media


10:55

Networking Break

Visit the exhibition hall, attend live demos and have your questions answered.


11:20

Unconsidered Cyber Realities for Business

Former UK Government Resilience and Cyber lead Paddy McGuinness will explore some too often unconsidered higher impact cyber risks which businesses should plan for and offer some practical responses.

Paddy McGuinness

CMG OBE, Recent Deputy National Security Adviser in the UK's Cabinet


11:50

Guest Speaker Address

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Ian Evans

Managing Director for EMEA, One Trust


12:15

Fireside with Helen Dixon, Data Protection Commissioner for Ireland

Moderated by Adrian Weckler: Technology Editor, Independent News & Media

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Helen Dixon

Data Protection Commissioner


12:35

Emerging Threats: When Tech Collides with the Real World

In 2018, for the first time ever, the majority of crime committed in western countries was committed using some form of digital communication or influence. We need to remove the word 'cyber' from the word 'cybercrime' and focus on the second part and accept that digital is just how crime happens in the age of automation. In this talk, Greg will look at the key emerging trends in the ways that criminals, hackers and state actors are impacting the world and how they have taken on some of the attributes of startups.

Greg Williams

Editor-in-Chief, Wired Magazine


13:05

Lunch

Visit the exhibition hall, attend live demos and have your questions answered.


14:00

Guest Speaker Address

PJ Hough

Executive Vice President & Chief Product Officer for Citrix


14:30

To App or not to App? Everything You Always Needed to Know about the Cyber Consequences of Using Apps

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Mary-Jo De Leeuw

Executive Director, Platform Internet of Toys. Co-Founder of the Women in Cyber Security Foundation


14:55

Guest Speaker To Be Announced Shortly


15:20

Networking Break

Visit the exhibition hall, attend live demos and have your questions answered.


15:40

The Changing Face of Cyber-Security

Europe's leading ethical hacker Jamie Woodruff will take you through the evolution of cyber-security, hacking and social engineering. He will explore the often-overlooked areas of weaknesses in many organisations, providing applicable insights into cybersecurity frameworks, human behaviour and tech policy. Jamie will hold live on-stage demonstrations and this eye-opening session will also provide ideas for remedies that individuals and businesses can implement, in order to immediately ensure greater security and safety.

Jamie Woodruff

Europe’s Leading Ethical Hacker


16:05

Guest Speaker Address

Valerie Lyons

COO and Senior Consultant, BH Consulting


16:30

Keynote Address: Introduction to Hacktivism

The reasons that people hack spans the range of human motivation - whether it be for profit, for revenge, for fun, or for political reasons. In this talk Mustafa will explore hacktivism - hacking for (political) activism - and he will discuss his experiences within LulzSec in 2011, the high-profile hacking group which made headlines for its hacks on Sony, Fox and the FBI. He will also share useful case studies.

Mustafa Al Bassam

Former Hacker and Co-founder of LulzSec & Security Advisor at Secure Trading


17:00

Closing Remarks and Conference Close

David Keating

Group Security Director, DataSolutions

Adrian Weckler

Technology Editor at Independent News & Media