Britain’s former top fraudster to speak at Secure Computing Forum

The forum will aim to foster dialogue among key security players in Ireland

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
3rd September, 2017
Michael O’Hara, managing director of DataSolutions, and David Keating, security specialist, DataSolutions Picture: John Ohle

DataSolutions will host its fifth annual Secure Computing Forum in Aviva Stadium in Dublin on September 21. More than 300 IT and business professionals are expected to attend what is one of Ireland’s largest IT security events.

The forum will aim to foster dialogue among key security players in Ireland and provide best-practice advice to companies seeking to defend their interests from cybercrime. Leading IT vendor Check Point will return as the host sponsor of...

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