Cyber Ireland’s First In-Person Conference

06 Oct, 2022

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Cyber Ireland's Conference 2022 cyber security courses

On the 5th of October, Cyber Ireland hosted its first in-person national conference, led by Cyber Ireland’s Cluster Manager, Dr. Eoin Byrne and Marketing Manager, Fiona Kearney. 

Professor Donna O’Shea, Chair of Cyber Security at MTU and Project Lead at Cyber Skills, said: “As the host academic institution of Cyber Ireland, MTU’s Faculty of Engineering and Science Cork Campus was delighted to sponsor this event. With over 300 attendees, it was a fantastic success.”

The Cyber Skills team was also present at the conference, contributing to the breakout sessions and leading discussions on important topics such as the #RedFlagsAreAbuse campaign with @Safe Ireland.

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