Cyber Security Month

#CyberSecMonth Last Week!

Webinars

Join us for the launch of the Cyber Ireland North West Chapter on the 5th November 2020 at 11.30am.
Register Here
29th Oct. Cyber Women Ireland in partnership with IT@Cork Skillnet are running an online live quiz to test awareness knowledge.

28th Oct. Octiga Webinar – Securing Office 365 Made Simple
Register Here

29th October. CyberWatching.eu Webinar: Effective Protection Of Critical Infrastructures Against Cyber Threats
Register Here

29th Oct. The Azure Forum – Covid-19 and European Strategic Autonomy: Is the emergency driving an expanded ‘soft security’ concept?’

To see all Cyber Ireland, partner & member events & webinars check our
Cyber Security Month Page.

Jobs Post

See our Jobs Board for recent vacancies from from Cyber Ireland members:
● IBM, Dublin – Senior Consultant – Cryptography Services
● EirGrid Group, Dublin – Cyber Security Specialist
● FireEye, Dublin – Senior Dev Ops Engineer
● Edgescan, Dublin – Cybersecurity Marketing Executive
● GuardYoo Cork – Cyber Security Test / QA Engineer
● AT&T Cybersecurity, Cork – Escalated Support Engineer

R&D Funding

€500m Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund Call 3 Launched

The DTIF Call 3 provides funding for collaborative projects that can:
  • Alter markets;
  • Alter the way business operates;
  • Involve new products or the emergence of new business models.
Projects must have at least 3 partners, including at least one SME, and must be projects of scale with a minimum funding request from DTIF of €1.5 million over 3 years.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 17 December 2020 (15.00 Irish Time).
Enterprise Ireland hosted a webinar on 22 October which will be made available on the DTIF website, along with the application and call documents…Read more Here



Cyber Ireland will facilitate cyber security-related applications between SMEs, MNCs & Research Performing Organisations. So get in touch with us if you’re considering an application or are looking for other interested partners.
Contact: eoin.byrne@cyberireland.ie

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