Past Event: Tuesday, November 23, 2021

There is no denying that Cybercrime has been dramatically growing, particularly in the past five years and that Cybercrime and cybercriminals are far more than just a thorn in the sides of Irish citizens, businesses or even Government.

Cyberattacks and the subsequent clean-up have proven to be very costly. While the 2014 total of €630 million may have shocked many when Grant Thornton first released the cost of cybercrime in Ireland, the cost has significantly risen and now is estimated to total €9.6 billion.

To discuss the latest findings in our new report on the cost of Cybercrime in Ireland, I would be delighted if you could join us for our webinar on the 23 November at 10am.

During the session I will present new research on the impact of cybercrime on the Irish economy. I will also outline what Ireland and its' businesses need to do to ensure robust cybersecurity to defend against this ever increasing threat.


Mike Harris
Partner - Cyber Security

Mike advised clients in Ireland and internationally on a range of I.T, security, fraud and risk issues. He has also acted in technology leadership roles for both UK and Ireland based financial institutions.

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