ITAG & Cyber Ireland – West Region Chapter

Intelligence Driven Security

20th February 2020
4:30 pm – 6:30 pm

After a very successful ‘Secure World’ Cyber Security summit in October we have been asked to run a second event. ITAG’s ‘Secure World’ Event on 20th February, at 4.30pm in the Maldron Hotel, Sandy Rd, Galway. As part of this event, Cyber Ireland is collaborating with ITAG to set-up a Cyber Ireland Chapter for the West of Ireland.
The Role of the Regional Cyber Ireland Chapters are to:
  • Build on & action the discussions and feedback at the Cluster Initiation Workshop in 2019 
  • Organise a regular meet-up for the Cyber Security Community in the region on thought-leadership, cyber security topics, trends and applications,
  • Identify challenges & support initiatives specific to the Cyber Security community in the West 
  • Connect with Cyber Ireland activities & collaborate nationally
If you wish to register for this event please email RSVP: – [email protected]

Speakers:Siren – Giovanni Tummarello Chief Product Officer at Siren

Here in Galway we’re developing an innovative big data analytics solutions based on top of the popular Elasticsearch engine with unique features which are key in cyber security use cases. Capable of large scale real time data correlations, big data dashboards, alerts, detections as well as knowledge graph analysis, Siren is used in Cyber security as well as  other “investigative intelligence” scenarios. In the presentation Giovanni will discuss the technology and present also several cyber security applications.

IBM – Garret Taylor 

Orchestration –  a process that involves people and automation across the organisation.  A technology (such as AI/ML) creating alerts leading to the person conducting the analysis, typically using one or more technologies.
Intel – John Barry

Cryptography & Network Security. This presentation looks at the evolution of the underlying protocols and technologies which secure our data connections and networks. It will cover the changing threat landscape and the impact of AI and ML capabilities on the protocols which connect and secure data transfers. Finally, it will look at future threats to the cryptographic algorithms which underpin confidential internet connections and associated mitigations for these threats.

Cyber Ireland Chapter – West of Ireland – Eoin Byrne

Places are limited, to register for this event please email [email protected] 

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