Malta Cybercrime Conference 2017 – Malta IT Law Association

28 Mar 2017 - 08:30

St Julians


28 March 2017 – Radisson Blu St Julian’s, Malta


ISACA Malta Chapter and MITLA (Malta IT Law Association) are jointly organizing the Cybercrime Malta Conference 2017, a full-day event which is being held on the 28th March 2017 and which is aimed at analysing, discussing and exploring the most recent trends in cybercrime, and the latest developments in cybersecurity technologies and practices.

From a local perspective, ISACA Malta and MITLA aim to bridge the gap between government, law enforcement authorities (LEAs), academia and policy makers on one side, and the industry on the other – in an effort to enhance synergies between the two.

This conference shall deal with a number of salient issues related to cybercrime, with sessions and speeches dealing with: the current local and international cybercrime trends including: emerging threats that strain the reach of the law; risks posed to critical national infrastructures and our legislative response;  the rise of identity theft and online fraud;  big data, information security  and cybercrime and much more.

The speaker line-up includes local and foreign established leaders and experts in their fields, including:  


Axel Voss MEP EPP Coordinator for Legal Affairs
Dr. Enrico Bellini Public Policy Senior Analyst, Google
Dr. Uwe Rasmussen Legal Counsel, Digital Crimes Unit, Microsoft
Marco Bresciani Executive Consultant, IBM Security
Dr. Dominic Micallef Chief Enforcement Officer, Malta Gaming Authority
Inspector Timothy Zammit Cyber Crime Unit, Malta Police Force
Patrick Curry OBE CEO of Multinational Alliance for Collaborative Situational Awareness,
Raef Meeuwisse Author of ‘Cybersecurity for Beginners’ and ‘The  Cybersecurity to English
Prof. Joe Cannataci United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Right to Privacy
Dr. Jan Ellermann Senior Specialist, Data Protection Office, EUROPOL

Sam Alderman-Miller


Senior Account Executive, Darktrace

The conference appeals to any person interested in cybercrime and cybersecurity. The session will appeal to technology and cybersecurity professionals, CIOs, CTOs, compliance officers, lawyers and law professionals, law enforcement agencies and policy experts, professionals, Financial Services providers, C-level executives and people in management, academics, students and government officials.  The speaker-line up should offer an interesting variety of perspectives ranging from some of the industry’s biggest international players to more local and practical insight.

Registration and more information can be found on