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Workshop 2019/06/11-12

Ethics, Privacy and Cybersecurity for Business

Dublin, Ireland


Value-driven operations and strategical technological development in cybersecurity

Conference in Brussels

The following program is a draft. We will publish an up-to-date version and more details here before the event.

The avdent of GDPR, growing consumer concern about personal data breaches and increased policy foucs on the ethical implications on of the confluence of big data in AI are rapidly becoming a priority for businesses of all sizes. This workshop brings together a variety of stakeholders to discuss the current landscape in ethics, data and cybersecurity, its impact on data governance practice in business, the skills and training needed to address the risks, the view of regulators and policy makers and drill-down with industry practioners on ethical hacking and data breach disclosures.

Program Overview

Tuesday 11th June 2019

09.30-10.00: Registration

10.00-10.10: Welcome, Bert Gordijn, DCU Institute of Ethics

10.10-10.45: Landscape in Big Data and AI Ethics policy: Dave Lewis, ADAPT Centre

10.45-11.20: Data Ethics and Privacy in Practice: Katherine O’Keefe, CastleBridge Associates

11.20-12.10: Skills and Training in Ethics, Privacy and Cybersecurity
Highlevel briefing on national and internaitonal training intiatives and QA:

  • Second level & Undergrad Ethics Training: Linda Hogan, TCD
  • Masters training in Data Privacy: Rob Brennan, DCU
  • PhD Training: PROTECT network, Dave Lewis, TCD
  • Postdoctoral training – standards and regulation: Markus Helfert DCU
  • Legal CDP in Data Protection: Eoin O’Dell, TCD
  • Practioner training in ethics of cyber security: Gwen Morgan, DCU

12.10-13.30: Lunch and Showcase

13.30-14.30: Ethics in Cybersecurity

  • Markus Christen - Business and Policy Landscape: Where Europe is at the moment in terms of their research agenda and what the role of CANVAS is. Ie Markus can describe the status quo and how the EC will use the results of CANVAS to formulate deeper research and implement policies. Markus will mentioned what the follow up of CANVAS will be.

14.30-15.00: Coffee Break

15.00-16.30: Managing Data Breaches

  • Petros Efstathopoulos, Symantec Ireland – Talk details TBC
  • Johann Roturier, Symantec Ireland – Talk details TBC

16.30: Day 1 Wrap up

Wednesday 12th June 2019

09.00-10.45: Ethical Hacking

  • Erka F-Secure – Teaching Ethical hacking as a matter of assurance, risk and auditing in business.
  • Florian Grunow ERNW (PEN Tester) – Ethical problems for hackers (unintentional discoveries, managing demands from clients).

10.45-11.15: Coffee

11.15-13.00: Policy and Regulatory Perspective

  • Demosthenes Ikonomou ENISA: Also about the EC but more in operational terms. What is Europe doing in relation to cybersecurity in business? How does the No More Ransom website work? What do we need to more of and less of to improve cybersecurity in Europe?
  • Speaker from Irish DPO – TBC

13.00: Workshop wrap up

13.00-14.00: Lunch

14.00-17.00: Canvas project consortium meeting

List of speakers

Linda Hogan, TCD

Rob Brennan, DCU

Dave Lewis, TCD

Markus Helfert, DCU

Eoin O’Dell, TCD

Gwen Morgan, DCU

Markus Christen, N/A

Petros Efstathopoulos, Symantec Ireland

Johann Roturier, Symantec Ireland

Erka Koivunen, F-Secure

Florian Grunow, ERNW, PEN Tester

Demosthenes Ikonomou, ENISA

Speaker from Irish DPO,