Researcher, UCD and EADS
Keyun is a researcher at the Centre for Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation, University College Dublin and EADS Cyber Security Research Lab. She did her PhD on cloud forensics and is the editor of the book “Cloud Forensics and Cybercrime: Application of Investigative Processes” to be published by IGI Global.
Cyber Security department, Microsoft
James’s career in cyber security started at school when challenged by his teacher to set his own grade on the school network.
Over a decade later and he has been fortunate enough to work on numerous interesting projects with high-profile companies across the world. James now works for Microsoft as an Anti-Malware Analyst, ensuring that all of Microsoft’s products are free of malware before release.
Senior Systems Engineer, Cisco Systems
Tony has been working for Cisco Systems as a Senior Systems Engineer for the last seven years, focusing on data communications and security of corporate networks.
This involves understanding customers’ business requirements and risks and advising them on potential threats and solutions from a data security perspective.
Some examples of this would be data loss prevention, identity based networking, intrusion prevention, access control and secure access, among others.
Tony has a degree in electronic engineering from DIT, is a Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE) – Cisco’s highest certification – and in 2004 completed a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) in Smurfit Business School.
ICT Recruitment Consultant, Cpl
Tom recruits for permanent IT systems, infrastructure and network engineers, with levels ranging from second-level support to IT managers and directors. He has a BA degree in English Language and Linguistic Science from the University of York and an MSc by Research in Cognitive Science from the School of Computer Science and Informatics, University College Dublin.
His original area of research at UCD was Forensic Speaker Identification and he has co-produced a corpus of speaker data which is now in use by a number of universities and institutions. He also worked closely with the Computer Science faculty and colleagues within the Cyber Forensics course.
IT Account Manager, SAP
Gary joined SAP in December 2000 as a Senior Systems Administrator. His role was to provide second-level IT support to the SAP Ireland employees and administrate the various local servers. This included Share setup and admin, troubleshooting access issues and back-ups. He also liaised with the central team on local rollouts of global projects.
In 2001/2002 he moved to the Global Telephony team as a Telephony Administrator. This involved the support of our local telephony infrastructure (call centres, voicemail, call recording/reporting etc), and he was in this role until 2005 when he moved to his current role as the IT Account Manager of the Local IT Team.