Upcoming events

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Here is a summary of upcoming events where BH Consulting staff will deliver presentations about issues relating to cybersecurity, data protection, and privacy. Each listing includes links for more information and registration.

ISO 27001 roadshow: 9 and 16 November

BH Consulting is presenting at Certification Europe’s ISO 27001 Nationwide Roadshow. This series of breakfast seminars looks at how information security, GDPR and ISO 27001 are shaping the business landscape. The remaining two events take place in Athlone on Thursday, 9 November and in Belfast on Thursday, 16 November.

 

Irisscon 2017: 23 November

Speakers at Irisscon 2017, the annual Irish cybercrime conference have been revealed. Attendees will hear from leading industry figures including Javvad Malik, Dr Jessica Barker, Quentyn Taylor, Chris Boyd, David Stubley, Dr Ciaran McMahon, and Linda NiChualladh. Brian Honan will present the latest findings from IRISSCERT, the security incident response team, about cybercrime trends in Ireland.

 

Irish Waste Management Conference 2017: 28 November

Our COO and senior consultant Valerie Lyons will discuss GDPR at the Irish Waste Management Conference which takes place at Carton House, Co Kildare on 28 November.

 

SANS European Security Awareness Summit 2017: 6-7 December

Brian will deliver a talk on security awareness and GDPR at the SANS European Security Awareness Summit in London from 6-7 December. The event will help attendees build a high-impact security awareness programme.

 

CPDP, Belgium: 24-26 January

In January, Valerie will address the International Conference on Computer Privacy & Data Protection (CPDP), in Schaerbeek, Belgium. This three-day event runs from 24-26 January. It is one of the EU’s main fora for academics, practitioners and policymakers to discuss privacy and data protection issues.

 

Dublin Tech Summit 2018: 18-19 April

Brian is confirmed as a speaker at the Dublin Tech Summit, taking place next year on 18 and 19 April. Organisers expect the conference will attract up to 10,000 attendees and cybersecurity is already one of the key topics.

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