Hungary

Events

CrySyS Security Challenge
Date: 20 Sep 2016

The CrySyS Security Challenge is a Capture-the-Flag (CTF) competition organized by the CrySyS Lab of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics for computer science and electrical engineering students in Hungary.

The CrySyS Security Challenge is a Capture-the-Flag (CTF) competition organized by the CrySyS Lab of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics for computer science and electrical engineering students in Hungary. The Security Challenge spans over a period of 2 weeks, during which students can solve around 30 challenges from different sub-domains of IT security. The Security Challenge runs on the avatao.com on-line platform for IT security exercises, hence, participants can access the challenges remotely. Best performing students will get valuable prizes.

Safe internet use
Date: 01 Oct 2016

The National Crime Prevention Council established at 2013. The base of our work is The Strategy of National Crime Prevention. One of the main priority is child and youth protection. According to that task we have a separate point about the dangers of media and internet.

Today's indispensable source of information for the media and the Internet, the use of which both the perpetrators and the victimization is outstanding in terms of risk. A television, computer games, violence mediators impact of a number of scientific research in this field.
The use of social networks among young people is not only attractive, but also a large part of the community life takes place in cyberspace. If you do not know from where and what dangers lie in wait for them, they can not do that to be able to avoid dangerous situations. We held free lectures, create new materials, videos for everbody who cares about the safe digital area.

Surf Safety
Date: 01 Oct 2016

n the course of the ‘Surf Safely!' lessons, we cover topics which play a significant part in our everyday life such as the protection of personal data, cyberbullying, netiquette, passwords, digital footprints, and so on. Our interactive lessons for children comprise short videos and small exercises, whereas parents and teachers are introduced to the topics in a more serious learning environment. We work with more than 50 trainers who are dedicated experts in these respective fields and have great experience in the field of safer internet. Many of them, as representatives of IT companies, work as volunteers in the project, resulting from the fact that many of the supporting firms are multinational companies where volunteering and social responsibility is highly emphasised.

International Children's Safety Service (NGYSZ) is one of the most important non-government welfare organisations in Hungary, established in 1990. It hosts several projects in order to provide financial, social and health-related support to children in need. Besides e.g. the foster-parents, helatchare and codification programme it also acts as coordinator of the Hungarian Safer Internet consortium in order to turn attention to safer and more conscious internet use.

Disputa – Mobile security
Date: 05 Oct 2016

Cyber Services launched its bi-weekly dispute events with the participation of academia and information security stakeholders. Its goal is to generate free flow discussions between experts and the audience, to bring the outputs of researches their possible use, and their cyber security aspects closer to the audience. For the sake of the ECSM the first half of the dipute is in English language.

With the ever growing mobile penetration there are more and more threats to face and handle in the cyber space. Cyber security challenges of cloud based technologies are in the forefront together with the BYOD problem. The disute aims to provide applicable technical approaches to these key threat issues.

Disputa – Ransomware
Date: 19 Oct 2016

Cyber Services launched its bi-weekly dispute events with the participation of academia and information security stakeholders. Its goal is to generate free flow discussions between experts and the audience, to bring the outputs of researches their possible use, and their cyber security aspects closer to the audience. For the sake of the ECSM the first half of the dipute is in English language.

Nowadays perhaps the most difficult cyber threat to handle is ransomware. This threat causes billions of USD financial damage year by year. The dispute aims to seek for effective answers against digital blackmail.