Cyber Intelligence Europe 2024

March 5, 2024 - March 7, 2024
8:00 am  |  Ashling Hotel, 10-13 Parkgate Street, Dublin 8, D08 P38N

Cyber Intelligence Europe 2024, Dublin, Ireland – Dublin, Ireland
Tue 5 Mar 2024 8:00 AM – Thu 7 Mar 2024 6:00 PM

The 10th Cyber Intelligence Europe conference and exhibition is coming to Dublin. This international event brings together leading cyber security officials from across Europe and North America to discuss the latest national cyber security strategies and policies.

Cyber Intelligence Europe will also discuss recent cybercrime trends and threats. With the event returning the European Union participants will be able to hear how EU nations share information and cooperate in combating cybercrimes.

Ireland suffered a huge ransomware attack on their healthcare IT system in 2021, which to this day, is still the largest cyber attack on a healthcare infrastructure. With the event taking place in Dublin, it will allow participants to see what lessons were learnt and where the Irish Government agencies are in terms of their cyber security capabilities.

Ireland provides a great case study on how the government deals with cyber security, response, and resilience. Being an island that is part of the EU but separated from mainland Europe there is added importance for different government agencies to collaborate and share information when dealing with cyber security threats.


  • Detective Superintendent Pat Ryan, Director, Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau
  • Jane Woodcock, Head of Technology Risk, Business Models and Operational Resilience, Central Bank of Ireland
  • Maura Smyth, Head of Cyber Resilience, Central Bank of Ireland
  • Gudmundur Sigmundsson, Director, Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-IS), Iceland
  • Peter Hogan, Principal Officer, Cyber Security and Internet Policy Division, Department of Environment, Climate and Communications, Ireland
  • Syed Hamza Ahmed, Team Leader, Threat Hunting and Cyber Threat Intelligence, Government of Canada
  • Blerim Krasniqi, Head of IT Forensics, Kosovo Agency of Forensics
  • Christian Liflander, Cyber Security Policy Advisor, NATO
  • Michael Burke, Threat Intelligence, National Cyber Security Centre, Ireland

The cost to register for the 3 day event is 800 EUR for government/public sector and 1,600 EUR for commercial companies.

To be part of the 10th annual Cyber Intelligence Europe conference and exhibition either as a speaker, sponsors, exhibitor or as a delegate please contact [email protected] or +44 (0)7792 473 246.