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Ireland lands big security conference

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

1st November, 2015
Neil Curran, president, Isaca, with Theresa Payton, former White House chief information officer

The Irish chapter of Isaca, the international professional association focused on IT governance, has secured Dublin the right to host the body’s annual European-wide congress – Euro Computer Audit, Control and Security (EuroCACS) – next year.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny sent his congratulations to Isaca Ireland president Neil Curran, who shared the good news last month with more than 350 cyber-security practitioners, gathered in Croke Park for the Isaca Ireland national conference.

“I am delighted...

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