GIVEAWAY: We've got FREE tickets to Ireland's key event for cybersecurity gurus

The Zero Day Conference is coming to Dublin next month.

By Fora Staff

HERE AT FORA, we like to regularly give something back to our readers – besides top-notch business news, that is.

In case you somehow missed it, we’re partnering with UCD’s Smurfit School to give one person an MBA scholarship, and today we’ve got another exciting offer to announce.

The Zero Day Conference will be taking place on Tuesday, 7 March at the Convention Centre Dublin.

Featuring speakers like IBM’s Denis Kennelly and Trend Micro’s Rik Ferguson, as well as the heads of respected domestic firms like Smarttech CEO Ronan Murphy, the conference is the place for senior Irish IT execs to hear about the latest in cybersecurity, blockchain and other fields.

Kurt Pipal, the FBI’s assistant legal attaché in London – where he represents the US agency on cybersecurity affairs – promises to be one of the most interesting attendees among an expected 250 global CIOs and CISOs.

As part of the conference, organisers are also promising “exceptional networking opportunistic” for those looking to chat with international experts in their fields. The whole shindig will be chaired by broadcaster Anton Savage and tech PR guru Paul Hayes.

As an exclusive offer for Fora newsletter subscribers, we have three tickets to give away. These tickets usually sell for €795 apiece.

Sound like a great offer? We think it is. So to be in with a chance, here’s all you need to do:

  • Subscribe to our newsletter here, if you haven’t already done so of course
  • Email with your name, company and position title
  • In the same email, tell us (briefly) which speaker at Zero Day Con you’re looking forward to hearing from and why

Entries close on Monday, 20 February at 5pm. We’ll announce the winners in our Friday newsletter.

Terms and conditions apply. Journal Media Limited’s decision in relation to selection of ticket recipients is final and no correspondence will be entered into.