Galicia hosts the most important cybersecurity research conference next June

Gradiant organiza las Jornadas Nacionales de Investigación en Ciberseguridad junto a AtlanTTic


JNIC 2023 conference will take place 21 to 23 June in Vigo

Gradiant and atlanTTic organize the cybersecurity research congress


Vigo will host the 8th National Research on Cybersecurity Conference (JNIC in Spanish), the main reference in knowledge generation and innovation in cybersecurity at national level, next June, 21 to 23. The conference is organized by Gradiant and the Center for Research in Telecommunication Technologies of the University of Vigo, atlanTTic. The initiative is supported by the National Institute of Cybersecurity (INCIBE).

This is the first time that this big event is held in Galicia since the beginning in 2015, after being held in León, Granada, Madrid, San Sebastián, Cáceres and Bilbao. The conference will take place at Afundación in Vigo. Participants can register from April 10th. 


Transfer, Training and Research in Cybersecurity

JNIC is a scientific conference for exchanging knowledge and experiences in the field of cybersecurity between academics, researchers and companies. 2023 edition will focus on three axes: Research, Transfer and Training in Cybersecurity. 

“In the last fourteen years, we have developed more than 45 projects in the field of cybersecurity. Today 30 of our 160 professionals are directly working on developping new security and privacy innovations and solutions. Organizing this conference is a boost to continue growing in this context,” says Luis Pérez-Freire, executive director of Gradiant. 

“Cybersecurity has been one of the hallmarks of atlanTTic since its founding in 2010. Our Center has developed 27 projects (eight European) in this field, has transferred the knowledge generated to the economic industry, boosting its competitiveness and successfully brought its results to the market, positioning itself as an international benchmark in the latest technologies in cybersecurity,” says Martín Llamas-Nistal, director of atlanTTic. 

Since the beginning, JNIC has established itself as the scientific-technical forum for presenting the main contributions in cybersecurity. 2023 edition will evaluate the most outstanding research papers and it is going to highlight the best challenges in cybersecurity too. Papers can be submitted until March 31st and the Call for Flags is open until April 30th on the congress website.

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