Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame 2017

  • Date 08 Jun 2017

Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame 2017

08 Jun 2017, 13:45 - 14:30

Keynote Stage


Join Eleanor Dallaway, Editor & Publisher of Infosecurity Magazine in conversation with Professor Mary Aiken, 2017 Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame inductee. During the session Professor Aiken will discuss her career as a forensic cyberpsychologist, her current research projects, and will share insights on future threats, and the importance of human factors in information security.

Professor Aiken is recognised for her long-term contribution to the information security sector as the world's leading expert in Forensic Cyberpsychology, her work as an advocate and educator in information security and her role in raising the profile of the information security sector.


The Infosecurity Europe Hall of Fame celebrates the achievements of internationally recognised information security visionaries, luminaries, practitioners and advocates.

Members of the Hall of Fame meet the following criteria:

  • An internationally recognised and respected information security practitioner or advocate
  • Have made a clear and long-term (over 10 years) contribution to the advancement of information security
  • Have provided intellectual or practical input that has contributed to and accelerated the advancement of information security
  • An engaging thought-leader demonstrating creativity and original thinking in information security



  • Professor Mary Aiken

    Key Note Speaker

    Adjunct Associate Professor, University College Dublin

    Academic Advisor (Psychology), European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3), Europol

    Professor Mary Aiken is an Adjunct Associate Professor at University College Dublin, Geary Institute for Public Policy. She is the Academic Advisor...

  • Eleanor Dallaway


    Editor & Publisher

    Infosecurity Magazine

    Eleanor Dallaway is Editor of Infosecurity Magazine, and as a result of her eight years in the job, knows more about information security than most...

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