Security & Justice

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Various
IIEA14th June 20182min

The funding of higher education is a key strategic issue facing the Irish economy and society. The implications of the lack of funding in higher education range from a growing shortage of skills in industrial sectors to affecting Ireland’s ability to attract foreign direct investment. This conference aims to foster a more informed political and public debate on the issue.

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James Lawless, TD and Spokesperson on Science, Technology, Research and Development, Fianna Fail Fred Logue, Principal, FP Logue Solicitors, Barry O'Sullivan, Professor and Director of the Insight Centre for Data Analytics, University College Cork
IIEA15th May 20182min

The panel discussed the use of personal data and online advertising networks, the threat this poses and how new regulation might help address the problem.

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Rob Wainwright, Executive Director of Europol
IIEA12th April 20181min

Executive Director Wainwright discussed how operational outcomes and resulting insights gained from this endeavour have been brought to bear in the much more regulated, but not necessarily more effective, domain of anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing (AML/CTF).

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Prof Dr Peter Neumann & Rajan Basra
IIEA18th January 20181min

Prof Dr Peter Neumann and Rajan Basra launched a new report that is part of a Europe-wide project, the first of its kind to systematically explore the new links between organised crime, illicit trade and terrorism in Europe.

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Jeanette Manfra
IIEA3rd November 20171min

Assistant Secretary Jeanette Manfra discussed the strategy that the Department of Homeland Security is implementing to address national cyber security incidents in the United States, to protect critical infrastructure and to ensure the US government’s ability to deliver key services and functions to US citizens.