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Cyber Intelligence Europe 2019
Vienna, Austria

25-26 September 2019

Cyber security is a concern for many European governments and military forces. It is key for government agencies to make sure detection systems are up to date to combat the latest threats faced to computer systems.

Cybercrimes are also becoming very sophisticated with many criminals creating new ways to breach computer systems. It is critical that governments have strong threat intelligence systems to monitor the potential breaches and combat the cybercrimes before any damage is done to critical infrastructures.

Cyber Intelligence Europe brings together leading officials from across Europe to discuss cyber security strategies and policies, combating cybercrimes, threat intelligence, detection systems, cyber laws and international cooperation.

With the event taking place in Vienna, Austria on the 24th – 26th September 2019 you will have the opportunity to meet with many senior officials from across the Austrian Government and Armed Forces.

To be part of our 7th annual Cyber Intelligence Europe conference and exhibition either as a speaker, sponsors, exhibitor or as a delegate please contact us at or +44 (0)1582 346 706.

Official Partners

  • Jorg Abraham, Threat Intelligence Analyst, EclecticIQ
  • Mustafa Afyonuoglu, Cyber Security and Chief e-Government Expert, Turkey
  • Raoul Chiesa, Subject Matter Expert on Cybercrime, Italy
  • Brigadier General Peter Deckenbacher, Deputy Commanding Officer, CIS & CD Command and Deputy Cyber Coordinator, Ministry of Defence, Austria
  • Selene Giupponi, Managing Partner, Resecurity
  • Steven Hope, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Authlogics
  • Roy Isbell, Principal Fellow, Cyber Security Centre, University of Warwick, United Kingdom
  • Ben Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Searchlight Security
  • Kadri Kaska, Law and Policy Researcher, NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence
  • Heidi Kivakas, Chief Specialist, Finland National Cyber Security Centre
  • Christian Liflander, Head, Cyber Defence Section, Emerging Security Challenges Division, NATO
  • Heiko Lohr, Head of Cybercrime Sub-Directorate, Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), Germany
  • Velimir Radicevic, Project Assistant, OSCE
  • Ondrej Rojcik, Head, Strategic Analysis, National Cyber and Information Security Agency, Czech Republic
  • Salvador Llopis Sanchez, Project Officer, Communications and Information Systems, European Defence Agency (EDA)
  • Natalia Spinu, Head, Cyber Security Center (CERT-GOV-MD), Moldova
  • Egidija Versinskiene, Director, Cybercrime Centre of Excellence for Training, Research and Education, Lithuania
  • Neil Walsh, Chief of Cybercrime, Anti-Money Laundering and Counter Financing of Terrorism Department, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
  • Gene Yoo, Chief Executive Officer, Resecurity
  • Mark Zoetekouw, Legal Advisor, Cybercrime and Digital Technology, Dutch National Police


Media Partners