Cyber Security Conferences & Events

The most complete calendar of Cyber Security events and conferences


IS DAYS 2018 @ 120 route d’Echternach 1453 Luxembourg
Mar 28 – Mar 29 all-day
IS DAYS 2018 @ 120 route d’Echternach 1453 Luxembourg

17 years of experience and almost 40 brands (ICT Spring, BEAST, Space Forum, HR One, Morpheus Cup, Marketers, IT One, Warren, GreenWorks, Automotion…) have made Farvest be considered as a non-standard and respected group in Luxembourg. With 300.000 contacts and the recognition from 2.000 clients, the agency operates on 10 key strategic areas. Innovation, performance and passion enable upstream evolution of the redifinition of sectors and positions. Target / Content / Results: your reference within the Luxemburgish framework in terms of event innovation, communication and publishing.

International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks @ Parc Alvisse Hotel
Jun 25 – Jun 28 all-day
International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks @ Parc Alvisse Hotel

The IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN) has a distinctive approach to accidental and malicious faults under a common body of knowledge. Today, it is the most prestigious international forum for presenting advanced and innovative research results, problem solutions, practices, and insights on new challenges in the field of dependable and secure computing.

DSN is the flagship conference for research furthering robustness and resilience of today’s wide spectrum of computing systems. Indeed, dependability and security concerns can no longer be tackled in isolation, from general IT to the internet-of-things, cyber-physical systems and application areas.

Holyrood Connect’s Cyber Security 2019 @ Dynamic Earth
Feb 27 all-day
Holyrood Connect's Cyber Security 2019 @ Dynamic Earth

‘There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked and those that will be.’

– Robert Mueller, former FBI Director

From accusations of state-backed hacking to the unprecedented global disruption caused by the WannaCry ransomware attack which affected NHS Scotland, cyber-threats are accelerating in frequency and complexity.

It is no longer possible for cyber-security policies to be purely reactive and it is essential all organisations’ have the capacity to protect themselves from security breaches and the potentially catastrophic consequences.

Holyrood’s annual Cyber Security conference will examine the latest developments and emerging threats as well as showcasing best practice.

Join key stakeholders, experts and peers as we examine the next steps to strengthen defences, improve preparedness and cyber resilience.