Cyber Intelligence Europe 2016 Conference
- 28 September, 2016 - 30 September, 2016, Bucharest, Romania
Cyber-attacks are continuing to rise across Europe with many government and private sector firms being attacked through Malware, DDoS and Trojan Horse attacks and losing sensitive information. Cyber Intelligence Europe 2016 will once again take place in Romania who is the leading cyber security nation in Eastern Europe with a high level of investment being used to create a strong cyber defence strategy for the region.
Our 4th annual Cyber Intelligence Europe conference and exhibition will bring together leading public sector officials who will discuss the latest challenges and threats they are facing to their computer networks. There is now a greater need to track the criminals and a high level of intelligence is needed to monitor computer systems and tracing the threat before it is too late.
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Cybercrimes have also been on the increase in recent years and many companies and critical infrastructure organisations have been attacked. This has created a greater need for the public and private sectors to share information to combat against the criminals.
Don't miss out on taking part at our international Cyber Intelligence Europe event on the 28th - 30th September 2016.
- Ambassador Sorin Ducaru, Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges , NATO
- Florin Cosmoiu, Head of CYBERINT National Center, Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI)
- Dr. Andreas Mitrakas, Head of Unit, Core Operations Department, European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA)
- Wolfgang Roehrig, Programme Manager - Cyber Defence, European Defence Agency (EDA)
- Patrick Ghion, Head, Computer Crime Unit, Geneva State Criminal Police, Switzerland
- Francesca Bosco, Project Officer, United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute (UNICRI)
- Daniel Peder Bagge, Head of Strategy and Policy Unit, National Cyber Security Center, National Security Authority, Czech Republic
- Roxana Magdo, Eastern Europe Regional Director, Ixia
- Lieutenant Blerim Krasniqi, Acting Manager IT-Forensic Department, Kosovo Forensic Agency, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Kosovo
- Naim Hoxha, National Organised Crime Advisor, Organisation for Security Co-Operation in Europe (OSCE) Mission in Kosovo
- Mentor Cuku, Cyber Crime Specialist, State Police, Albania
- Mustafa Afyonluoglu, Cyber Security and e-Government Chief Expert, Turkey
- Professor Mitko Stoykov, Military-Political Problems of Security, Defence Advanced Research Institute, Ministry of Defence, Bulgaria
- Eugen Valeriu Popa, Vice President, Strategikon
- Radu Magdin, Vice President, Strategikon
- Diana Tsutskiridze, Research Associate, Georgian Security Analysis Center (GFSIS)
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