Czech Republic

Events

Czech national ECSM 2016 campaign
Date: 29 Aug 2016

Traditional ECSM campaign organized by the Czech National Safer internet Centre (Narodni Centrum Bezpecnejsiho Internetu)

The camapign focused on several domains of the cyber security such as banking, mobile malware, data protection, education is in line with the Enisa strategy. Form ore info visit www.ecsm.cz.

Cyber Security Rountable
Date: 03 Oct 2016

The stakeholders and partners of the Czech ECSM campaign meet in the Evropsky dum Praha (www.evropskydum.cz) to discuss hot topics of the cyber security.

Rountable and the press conference by occassion of the start of the national ECSM campaing in the Czech Republic.
For more information visit: www.ecsm.cz

Alef Cyber Security Workshops
Date: 07 Oct 2016

Series of Friday workshops and webinars covering wide range of cyber security topics from risk management to combating DoS attacks.

Each Friday from October 7 to October 21, two workshops will be held at Alef Nula in Prague. For those unable to attend in person, the events will also be streamed live as webinars.
Following topics will be covered:
7. 10. | Cyber security trends
7. 10. | Trends in malware evolution
14. 10. | Risk management
14. 10. | Cyber security incident handling
21. 10. | Network access control
21. 10. | Detection of DoS attacks and protection against them

Future of Cyber Conference - CYBER TRENDS
Date: 20 Oct 2016

Cyber Trends is a two-day international professional conference divided into four sections accompanied by live demonstration and simulation test area, professional workshop and Table-top exhibition of partners’ solutions and products.

Cyber Trends is a two-day international professional conference divided into four sections accompanied by live demonstration and simulation test area, professional workshop and Table-top exhibition of partners’ solutions and products. The Conference is primarily aimed at the security and information community of the public sector, armed and security forces, the academia and private business cooperating in projects of public interest. The Conference is focused on developing international cooperation in cyber security in Europe, with special focus on the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Hungary and Poland. It is expected that more than 500 professionals will participate, including representatives from NATO, European Union and other international institutions.