The Irish Institute for Digital Business at DCU will host Cyber Science 2020 virtually from Monday 15-19 June.
Organised by IEEE, Cyber Science is the flagship conference of the Centre for Multidisciplinary Research, Innovation and Collaboartion (C-MRiC), focussing on pioneering research and innovation in Cyber Situational Awareness, Social Media, Cyber Security and Cyber Incident Response.
The event aims to encourage participation and promotion of collaborative scientific, industrial and academic inter-workings among individual researchers, practitioners, members of existing associations, academia, standardization bodies, and including government departments and agencies.
Themes covered during the five-day event will include:
Advancing a multidisciplinary approach to cyber security
Tactics, Techniques and Procedures (TTPs) for Cyber Incident Response in a fast paced Digital World
Advancing Social Media Innovation and Convergence in a Digital Economy
Data Science and Emerging Technologies
Some of the keynote speakers include:
Dr Ruoyi Zhou – Director, IBM Research, Dublin, Ireland
Paul C Dwyer – CEO – Cyber Risk International
Wayne Bursey – Industrial Cyber Security Lead – Siemens Ltd
Dr Phillippa M. Spencer – winner of the Woman of the Year Women in Defence and Outstanding Contribution to Defence Awards
Valerie Lyons – COO of BH Consulting
Vincent Blake VP of Information Technology Security Officer (ITSO) at Pearson
Dr Siôn Lloyd – Lead Security, Stability & Resiliency Specialist, ICANN
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