ACJRD 19th Annual Conference - "Cybercrime"
The 19th Annual Conference of the Association for Criminal Justice Research and Development on the theme of “Cybercrime” took place on Friday, 7th October, 2016 in the Spencer Hotel, Excise Walk, IFSC, Dublin 1.
Conference Speakers included:
· Robert Hayes, Microsoft’s Executive Cybersecurity Advisor, Europe, Middle East and Africa
· Det. Sergeant Michael Moran, Assistant Director, Vulnerable Communities, INTERPOL
· Prof. Clare McGlynn, Durham Law School, Durham University
· Prof. Anne-Marie McAlinden, School of Law, Queen’s University Belfast
· Dr. Geoffrey Shannon, Special Rapporteur on Child Protection
· Pauline Walley, SC
Conference Workshop Presenters included:
· Dr. Orla Lynch, Lecturer in Criminology, University College Cork
· Rebecca Dennehy, SPHeRE PhD Scholar, University College Cork
· Dr. T.J. McIntyre, Chair, Digital Rights Ireland, and Lecturer in Law, University College Dublin
· Margaret Martin, Director, Women’s Aid
· Dr. James O’Higgins Norman, Director, ABC - National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre, and Senior Lecturer and Researcher, Dublin City University Institute of Education
· Det. Superintendent Michael Gubbins, Garda Cyber Crime Bureau
· Prof. Maura Conway, School of Law and Government, Dublin City University and VOX-Pol
· Andy Harbison, Computer Forensic Investigator, Grant Thornton
To view the full programme, please click here
Opportunities were provided throughout the day for delegates to share information, exchange views and network with colleagues who engage in similar or complementary areas of expertise. The Chatham House Rule* were applied at this conference, and it was therefore a ‘closed’ conference.
*The Chatham House Rule reads as follows: "When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed". The world-famous Chatham House Rule may be invoked at meetings to encourage openness and the sharing of information. See:http://www.chathamhouse.org.uk/about/chathamhouserule/