Cyber Security Events in the Member States

A list of upcoming cyber security events in the EU Member States:


CERT-EE Symposium on cyber incidents and cybercrime

30-31 May, 2016


Two days filled with case studies, overviews of best practices and introductions of new methods in fields of detection, mitigation, response and prosecution.

Cyber Security Conference - CyCon2016

1-3 June, 2016


The 8th Internatoonal Conference on Cyber Conflict - CyCon2016 - organised by NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) will focus on the theme of Cyber Power, asking how the traditional concept of power applies to cyberspace. The issues to be covered include international cooperation, technical challenges and requirements, conflict in cyberspace, legal framework, regulations and standards. More information can be found at the conference website -

NITEC16: "Building Resilience through Secure C4ISR: NATO Industry Cooperation in a New Era"

7-9 June, 2016


Taking place one month ahead of the Warsaw Summit, NITEC16 will highlight the new way of engaging with industry adapted to the the diversity and simultaneity of threats and rapid technological developments. The conference programme will be shaped to reflect how a stronger partnership with industry can help prepare NATO to effectively respond to the full range of threats, at 360 degrees, while providing concrete opportunities to connect, exchange views and lessons learned and collaborate with industry partners.

France Nuit du Hack 2016 02 July 2016 Disneyland Paris, Marne-la-Vallée
Les Assises de la sécurité et des systèmes d’information 2016 05-08 October 2016 Grimaldi Forum, Monaco
Ireland The IRISSCERT Cybercrime Conference 24 November 2016 Ballsbridge Hotel in Dublin

This annual one day conference from IRISS CERT for information security stakeholders takes place in November every year.  Generally it includes a capture the flag challenge, presentations from industry experts, an overview of the current cyber threat landscape and annual metrics from the Irish Reporting  and Information Security Service Computer Emergency Response Team. For further information on the programme, speakers and possibilities for contribution, please consult the conference website –

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