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Cyber Intelligence Europe 2023
Bern, Switzerland

28 February – 1 March 2023

We are pleased to bring our annual Cyber Intelligence Europe conference and exhibition to Bern, Switzerland. Our international event brings together leading cyber security officials from across Europe and North America to discuss the latest national cyber security strategies and policies.

Cyber Intelligence Europe will also discuss recent cybercrime trends and threats. With heightened tension in Eastern Europe cyber warfare is at the forefront for many European nations who are making sure their cyber defence systems are up to date with the latest defence capabilities.

Cyber criminals are becoming ever more sophisticated when looking to attack national critical infrastructures and threat intelligence is now extremely critical when building a national cyber defence capabilities to help protect against the growing threats.

Switzerland provides a unique case study as a small central European nation with one of the largest financial districts in the world so cyber security is one of the highest priorities for the Swiss Government. During the event on the 28th February – 1st March 2023 you will hear insights from different Swiss government agencies who deal with keeping Switzerland a cyber secure nation.

To be part of our 9th annual Cyber Intelligence Europe conference and exhibition either as a speaker, sponsors, exhibitor or as a delegate please contact us at or +44 (0)7792 473 246.

Official Supporting Partner

  • Brigadier General Anton Rog, Head, National Cyberint Center, Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI)
  • Edvardas Sileris, Head of European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Europol
  • Tonu Tammer, Executive Director of CERT-EE, Information System Authority, Estonia
  • Gorazd Bozic, Team Leader, Slovenia Computer Emergency Response Team (SI-CERT)
  • Anke Richter, Head of Cybercrime Sub-Directorate, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), Germany
  • Captain Patrick Ghion, Head of the Regional Competence Centres for Western Switzerland (RC3), State of Geneva, Switzerland
  • Koryak Uzan, Co-Founder and COO, Prodaft
  • Rastislav Janota, Director, National Cyber Security Centre (SK-CERT), Slovakia
  • Detective Superintendent Pat Ryan, Head of Bureau, Garda National Cyber Crime Bureau, Republic of Ireland
  • Karen Sundermann, Vice President Government Sector, EclecticIQ
  • Bernhard Tellenbach, Head, Cyber Security, Cyber Defence Campus, Federal Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport (DDPS), Switzerland
  • Blerim Krasniqi, Head of IT Forensics, Kosovo Agency of Forensics
  • Matteo Bonfanti, Senior Officer, International Cooperation and Engagement, Cybersecurity Agency, Italy
  • Air Commodore Bruce Wynn (Ret) OBE, Independent Consultant – Cyber and Informatics
  • Grete Toompere, Law Researcher, Law Brand, CCDCOE
  • Marcel Stolz, Researcher in Cybersecurity, University of Oxford, United Kingdom


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