The rise of technology-assisted domestic violence and how to identify and address it | SASIG
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Friday 2 September 2022, 11am-12noon (BST)

Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, Safe Ireland reported a rise in the use of technology-facilitated abuse and coercive control.

We are honoured to be joined by speakers from The National Cyber Security Awareness Task Force (NCSA-TF) and Cyber Awareness Ireland (CAI), who will be discussing their work to address the rise, the support they provide, and the steps they are taking to keep women and children safe in our increasingly technological world. 

Join us to discover more about this important topic, why delivering services online may exclude some users from support, and learn about the global STOP.THINK.CONNECT™ campaign. 

If you are a member of ISACA, ICA or The Security Institute, you can earn CPE/CPD points for attending our webinars live. Remember to log your attendance with your provider to be credited.

Guest chaired by

Glen Hymers (info), Head of Data Privacy and Compliance, Cabinet Office

Facilitated by

Annick O’Brien (info), Chief Operating Officer, CybSafe



Alison Campbell (info), Policy Analyst and Researcher
More panellists to be announced.


CAI is a national body which researches and develops cybersecurity awareness messaging in Ireland. The NCSA-TF is a working group within CAI. The task force is committed to bringing security professionals together to discuss driving forces which reduce human risk in a world of borderless security. It also works closely with Safe Ireland, a national organisation whose aim is to change the culture surrounding domestic violence in Ireland, and transform the response to this crime. 

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