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European Researcher's Nigh
Date: 28 Sep 2018

We organize cyber security themed escape room and table games for recruitment among the students of the NUPS.

This is a Europe-wide public event dedicated to popular science and fun learning. It takes place each year in September. Around 30 countries and over 300 cities are involved.
The European Researchers' Nights have been organised every September since 2005. Some of the past events have received national prizes. In 2015, the event celebrated its 10th anniversary. In 2017 about 1.1 million citizens and over 21 000 researchers took part in these scientific events

European Researcher's Nigh
Date: 28 Sep 2018

We organize cyber security themed escape room and table games for recruitment among the students of the NUPS.

This is a Europe-wide public event dedicated to popular science and fun learning. It takes place each year in September. Around 30 countries and over 300 cities are involved.
The European Researchers' Nights have been organised every September since 2005. Some of the past events have received national prizes. In 2015, the event celebrated its 10th anniversary. In 2017 about 1.1 million citizens and over 21 000 researchers took part in these scientific events

Littledog123, or how your password gets cracked, and how can you avoid it?
Date: 28 Sep 2018

Probably most know that „password” is not a safe password. But how much better is „Littledog123” or “GnpU@9”? We present what methods are used for cracking passwords, and we give advice on choosing strong, safe passwords that can be remembered.

CYBERSEC2018.HU
Date: 02 Oct 2018

CYBERSEC2018.hu conference, is organised third time as the kick-off event of the Hungarian Cyber Security Month campaign. The event is a suitable opportunity to discuss the most important issues, aims and challenges within the cyberspace, together with the public and private sector representatives.

Today, in the time of explosive technological developments, it is crucial to create and maintain the cybersecurity solutions of cyber security in almost all field and all sector. Hungary develops its cyber security policy and regulations -for more and more sectors - in accordance with global trends and EU guidelines. Furthermore we supports the development of a real communication and cooperation between all of the relevant actors.

Internet Conference
Date: 02 Oct 2018

The impact of the Internet on children and young people

The International Children’s Safety Service organizes an international media conference every year: This event is an internet conference in every second year titled :"The Impact of the Internet on Children and Young People", supported by the European Union's Safer Internet Program. Int he other years there is a media conference supported by NMHH called :"The Impact of Media on Children and Young People"

„Practice Basic Cyber Hygiene”.
Date: 02 Oct 2018

We organize cyber security themed escape room and table games for recruitment among the students of the NUPS.

WITSEC professional day 2018
Date: 04 Oct 2018

The third WITSEC professional day or conference will be organized this year. During this event you can hear presentations about the current IT security trends and challenges, Bank (IT) security questions, about the human aspect and about the possible role of the Women in the field of cybersecurity.

The event is free of charge but is subject to registration. You can get ISACA and (ISC) 2 CPE points in our event.
You can register here to the event: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/witsec-szakmai-nap-2018-tickets-50025403328

EIVOK-6 Information Security Forum
Date: 04 Oct 2018

For the sixth time, the Information Security Section of the Scientific Society for Telecommunications organizes a professional forum for assessing the current challenges of electronic information security at the educational building of the National University Of Public Civil Service, Budapest, on 4 October 2018, as part of the European Cyber Security Month event series.

Within the framework of the S Scientific Society for Telecommunications, on 28 May 2018, we established the Information Security Division, HTE Information Security Division - EIVOK. The main purpose of our department is to operate an active information security professional community, to review, discuss and exchange information security challenges through the exchange of experience and to support day-to-day security work at the organizational, national and international level. Two-Month we organize information security professional forums, the sixth lecture program is as follows: Cyberattacks, cyberbullying Prof. Dr. László Kovács National University Of Public Civil Service Professor PKI solution on the signposts in the practise Péter Máté Erdősi National University Of Public Civil Service Doctoral School of Public Administration PhD Roundtable for a current topic margin The role of information security awareness Márton Bubán Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén County Government Office Head of Information Technology

IT security evenings at Józsefváros
Date: 05 Oct 2018

In this evening, there will be several awareness raising presentation, to help citizens learn how to use internet and connected devices securely. During this event the participants and the representatives of the University will discuss the main rules for the everyday users (of digital devices) , the necessary cyber hygiene, daily routine , furthermore the main risks of online administration, shopping, banking etc., will be described ,and the solutions also ,how to behave securely to avoid the risks.

Infotér Conference
Date: 09 Oct 2018

This three-day conference is the most extensive event of the Hungarian digital ecosystem. We organize an Education Conference on day Zero, which is complemented by a half-day event under the Modern Businesses Program. Traditionally, the evening ends with a few presentations or round-table discussions and a gala dinner with a charity auction. On the 1st and 2nd day of the conference, we cover an additional 10-15 topics that we organize jointly with our professional partners. Some topics of this year's conference: blockchain, fintech, cyber protection, infrastructure, eGovernment, strategic programs, urban and rural development, mobility, digital agriculture

This years' Infotér conference – similarly to the previous ones – will be organised to introduce the information techniology, infocommunaction technoliges, and to show the sopisticated nature of the technologies in question in order to be able to support the efficiency of the different aspects of life. Moreover, the conference is going to be paying special attention to the direct and indirect impacts of these imporvements, to oversee how the challenges that are caused by developement should be handled. Just like the name of the conference shows, most of the topics will be connected to the individuals living in the digital age: education, cyberdefense, fintec, innovation, infostrucutral developements, cross-border projects, township and rural developement.

„Expand your Digital Skills and Education”.
Date: 09 Oct 2018

Women in cyber security

We introduce different female career paths in cyber security. Different ways to strengthen the presence and rate of female professionals in cyber security.

PwC Information Security Breakfast
Date: 10 Oct 2018

PwC Hungary Breakfast series addresses multiple information security topic during October. In the fist occasion on 10th of October the Security Awareness will be on the agenda of the breakfast.

The PwC Hungary Breakfast series addresses the key topics on information security, including Security Awareness, GDPR and data privacy, Social Engineering and Penetration testing and last but not least the upcoming EU NIS directive.

#Hacktivity2018
Date: 12 Oct 2018

The IT Security Festival in Central & Eastern Europe

Hacktivity Conference will be held for the fifteenth time in 2018. The conference traditionally brings together the official and alternative representatives of the information security profession with those who are interested in this field in an informal and informative and sometimes deeply technological way.

IT security evenings at Józsefváros
Date: 12 Oct 2018

In this evening, there will be several awareness raising presentation, to help citizens learn how to use internet and connected devices securely. During this event the participants and the representatives of the University will discuss the main rules for the everyday users (of digital devices) , the necessary cyber hygiene, daily routine , furthermore the main risks of online administration, shopping, banking etc., will be described ,and the solutions also ,how to behave securely to avoid the risks.

3rd Voluntary Day by Telekom
Date: 13 Oct 2018

On the third annual Voluntary Day by Telekom, employees from both Magyar Telekom and T-Systems Hungary will educate 6-7-8 graders. The 4x1 hour interactive courses will be about the following topics: cyber security, social media and personal brand, IT career orientation, future professions.

In the near future digital skills evolve into basic requirements even for the simplest job. Magyar Telekom, as a responsible company, consider it important to act by using its own resources to improve digital competences.

37th BACEE Regional Banking Conference – Risk and Opportunities in the CEE/CIS Financial Sector
Date: 15 Oct 2018

The BACEE Regional Banking Conference organised twice a year by the Banking Association for Central and Eastern Europe (BACEE) is one of the biggest international gatherings for bankers, product developers, solution suppliers from the CEE/SEE/CIS countries and the EU. BACEE’s goal is to facilitate the transfer of know how and best solutions relevant for the banking sector through its events. The Conference aims to provide an overview of the recent developments in the economy and the banking sector including a deeper insight into the opportunities and risks facing by the financial sector.

Cyber Security is among the main topics covered in the framework of conferences organised by BACEE. Therefore there will be a Cyber Security Session on the first day of the Conference at 17:05-17:45, where we will cover the main cyber security related challenges and developments within the financial sector.

„Recognize Cyber Scams”.
Date: 16 Oct 2018

Discussion on the different tools of digital forensics as a method to investigate online fraud.

At the workshop, lectures will be held about the different the positive and negative aspects of the practices of collecting cyber scams.

The risk of inactivity in cyberspace - NIS
Date: 17 Oct 2018

• Did you do anything in your power to be compliant with the GDPR regulations or do you have a sophisticated regulation system? We will help you with implementing the expectations of the NIS Directive into your current processes. • Currently, you do not have a regulation system? We will help with implementing the expectations of the directive into your corporate life in the most efficient way. • Your corporate have never been involved in a data incident? You would be surprised. • Do you have anything in mind that you would like to ask from the authorities or an expert, but you have never had the chance?

The EU has been strengthening the unified cybersecurity regulation leading to the acceptance of NIS Directive, which has to be implemented by member countries. The creation of the regulation was called not only by the growing number of cyber incidents but by the more frequent emergence of cross-border attacks. The purpose of the directive is to establish EU-level cyber security regulation, establish a common security minimum and a common institutional system. On 10 May 2018 the regulation came into force in Hungary, according to which the official tasks of the area are performed by National Directorate General for Disaster Management, Ministry of the Interior. Organizations falling within the scope of the regulation must, after registration, take the necessary security measures by 10 May 2019.

PwC Information Security Breakfast
Date: 18 Oct 2018

PwC Hungary Breakfast series addresses multiple information security topic during October. During the 18th October breakfast GDPR and data privacy will be on the agenda.

The PwC Hungary Breakfast series addresses the key topics on information security, including Security Awareness, GDPR and data privacy, Social Engineering and Penetration testing and last but not least the upcoming EU NIS directive.

IT security evenings at Józsefváros
Date: 19 Oct 2018

In this evening, there will be several awareness raising presentation, to help citizens learn how to use internet and connected devices securely. During this event the participants and the representatives of the University will discuss the main rules for the everyday users (of digital devices) , the necessary cyber hygiene, daily routine , furthermore the main risks of online administration, shopping, banking etc., will be described ,and the solutions also ,how to behave securely to avoid the risks.

PwC Information Security Breakfast
Date: 24 Oct 2018

In the third PwC Information Security Breakfast , Social Engineering and Penetration testing will be on the agenda.

The PwC Hungary Breakfast series addresses the key topics on information security, including Security Awareness, GDPR and data privacy, Social Engineering and Penetration testing and last but not least the upcoming EU NIS directive.

„Emerging Technologies and Privacy”.
Date: 24 Oct 2018

Discussion on Privacy Enhancing technologies and the topic of Privacy by Design.

Discussion streamed for the partner institutions of NUPS about the practices of Privacy Enhancing Technologies such as ad-blockers, browser adds, and the topic of Privacy by Design including the main principles of privacy.

"fakenews STOP!"
Date: 25 Oct 2018

From the civil security consciousness - IT Security understandable - till the criterion for professional services.

The conference presentations deal beyond the above mentioned important question with the government's role, description of protection in the digital age and the subject of information security system approach.

IT security evenings at Józsefváros
Date: 26 Oct 2018

In this evening, there will be several awareness raising presentation, to help citizens learn how to use internet and connected devices securely. During this event the participants and the representatives of the University will discuss the main rules for the everyday users (of digital devices) , the necessary cyber hygiene, daily routine , furthermore the main risks of online administration, shopping, banking etc., will be described ,and the solutions also ,how to behave securely to avoid the risks.

The 26th BDI PhD Student Meeting
Date: 26 Oct 2018

The series of events organized by the PhD students at the Óbuda University, Doctoral School on Safety and Security Sciences.

Since September 2015 The series of meetings are organized by PhD students in every month with the approval of the Doctoral School. In these meetings are participate about 40 PhD students and teachers.

Information security – safety awaresess quiz for users in the Home Affairs sector
Date: 30 Oct 2018

Conscious Society – digital security workshop
Date: 30 Oct 2018

Our workshop focuses on different aspects of self-aware digital user behaviour, with plain and everyday language.

In the form of online stream, our workshop will broadcast presentations regarding the easily understandable skills and actual knowledge of online threats. We will talk about online bullying, data theft and online frauds, and the application of gamification.

In Gateway of Science - Poster Contest and Exhibition.
Date: 30 Oct 2018

For years the National University of Public Service organizes the “In Gateway of Science” - Poster Contest and Exhibition, which aims to provide a publication surface for students who are interested in science. The Poster Contest and Exhibition in this year organize a subsection for cyber security issues. The paper calling is mainly adressed to the students participating in the ÚNKP scholarship program and TDK competition.

PwC Information Security Breakfast
Date: 31 Oct 2018

PwC Hungary Breakfast series addresses multiple information security topic during October. On the fourth PwC Information Security Breakfast the upcoming EU NIS directive will be on the agenda.

The PwC Hungary Breakfast series addresses the key topics on information security, including Security Awareness, GDPR and data privacy, Social Engineering and Penetration testing and last but not least the upcoming EU NIS directive.

National Cyber Competition 2018
Date: 06 Nov 2018

The National Cyber Competition was first held in January, 2017. After revising and expanding the concept, the best cyber security teams consisting of the students of Hungarian higher educational institutions, can compete again with one another in November, 2018. The event, in addition to broadening and deepening the participants' knowledge on cyber security, facilitates cooperation among students that can experience cyber security from various aspects such as technical, internet law, data protection, crisis management etc. The event also provides the opportunity for the most talented ones to get in touch with their potential future employer.

The idea of the National Cyber Competition was born in Geneva in 2016. The primary objective was to make it possible for young talents interested in cyber security to compete with one another and put their knowledge into practice within the confines of a complex cyber security challange. The three main missions of the competition are the followings: 1. ensure that in similar international competitions the most prepared Hungarian teams could participate (bringing the best out of themselves); 2. increase the interest in the profession of cyber security; and in general 3. promote security awareness.

What hackers have given us?
Date: 06 Nov 2018

The effect of the hackers to our everyday life.

In our everyday life, we constantly discover new technologies, innovations that makes our lives easier. From those innovations, many comes from technologies that have been previously used by hackers. What are those innovations and what can we thank to hackers? You can find that out by listening to our presentation.

Diverse face of security (innovation-science-information secutity-public service) international scientific-professional conference
Date: 07 Nov 2018

The Academic Council of Home Affairs with the collaboration of the related governing bodies for internal affairs is organizing already for the eighth time an international scientific professional conference named „The diverse face of security” that aims to adress the actual challenges of security policy. The conference is the closing event of the Hungarian campaign in the frame of the European Cyber Security Month and at the same time, it serves as the opening ceremony for the internal affairs chapter of the Hungarian Science Festival 2018.

The Academic Council of Home Affairs would like to introduce relationships and specialities by further thinking the main themes of last year’s conference limited edition collection of essays „Security challanges in the 21th century”.

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