Emerging technologies and security challenges
Date: 19 Apr 2018

Workshop on technical, ethical and legal aspects of emerging technologies. This workshop is preperation to the ECSM 2018

presentation of ENISA report Looking into the crystal ball. A report on emerging technologies and security challenges and NASK project about Internet of toys

Navigate safely in the online cloud
Date: 03 Sep 2018

The project aims to disseminate the principles of safe and reasonable use of Internet resources among children and adolescents.

Project goals:
• Acquisition of knowledge about copyright, image protection and personal data.
• Developing the right attitudes towards hate speech, discrimination and violation of human rights.
• Developing the skills of responsible use of social media.
• Developing the ability to use information and communication technologies, in particular including IT tools available in the cloud.
• To present the history of the development of the Internet.

Digital toolkit (cyfrowa-wyprawka.org)
Date: 11 Sep 2018

Open educational resources on how to use new technology safely and responsibly; designed for teachers and educators to use in their work with kids and youth.

GDPR Explained
Date: 11 Sep 2018

GDPR Explained - open web resources raising social awareness regarding the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Every step under CCTV surveillance, monitored online, data collected by state agencies and corporations – the development of technologies has its process.

Panoptykon Foundation (panoptykon.org) is the only organization in Poland that addresses the risks related to it and proves that we are not helpless: Panoptykon exposes malpractice; explains how to protect your data, computer, wallet or phone; struggles for law to protect our freedom and privacy.

Warsaw Symposium on Global Cybersecurity Awareness
Date: 11 Sep 2018

The third annual Symposium on Cybersecurity Awareness Messaging addresses the development of cybersecurity awareness programs and the exchange of best practices on the cybersecurity awareness campaigns deployment on national and transnational levels.

The two-day workshop will debate the advantages and obstacles when launching a national cybersecurity awareness campaign and what resources and measures influence a campaign to be effective.
Warsaw Awareness III´s objectives are to establish a global strategy for cybersecurity messaging with the development messaging tools as a form of cybercrime prevention regimen and to craft the most functional approaches to deploy a cybersecurity awareness campaigns.
In this way, APWG.EU and its correspondents worldwide are organizing the larger cybercrime prevention effort, unifying the development of effective awareness programs that can help the user be a programmatic and, we hope, reliable line of defense against predictable, everyday cybercrimes.
This year´s symposium is organized with the support of CERT.pl, NASK (National Research Institute subordinate to the Polish Ministry of Digital Affairs) that has recently launched STOJ.POMYSL.POLACZ.pl campaign.

Forum of Digital Public Administration
Date: 11 Sep 2018

The main goal of the Forum is to be a clash of the needs and expectations of everyone interested in the digitization of the Polish administration. On the one hand, we want to talk annually about the future and technological challenges of the "digital government" in Poland, including cyber security.

In the main part of the 1st Forum of Digital Public Administration, we will address five independent thematic sessions in the area of:

• Innovation and technology
• Cybersecurity
• Digital infrastructure of the country
• Management of public data
• Digital competences

Przemiany Festival
Date: 13 Sep 2018

The Civilisation of Algorithms Humans are not the only ones shaping the future. More and more often, we pass that power on to independent machines and intelligent codes. Our civilisation created algorithms. What kind of civilisation will they create? 

1. Exhibition - Machina Sapiens
2. Przemiany Cinema
3. Lectures
4. Debate - Can we come to terms with AI?
5. Discussions - Machine Ethics, What's in the black box, Artist and algorithm,
6. Workshops - Medialab Przemiany, Open Labs
7. Concerts - Pin Park, Przemiany Live!, Noon
8. Przemiany showroom - mini AI expo

Przemiany festival – organized by Copernicus Science Center in Warsaw
Date: 13 Sep 2018

The future can not be predicted, but it can be shaped. Participants of the Przemiany festival organized by the Copernicus Science Center can see that each of us has the power to create the future. The motto of this year's festival edition is CIVILIZATION OF ALGORITHMS.

It's not just people who shape the future. We are increasingly passing this power on to independent machines and intelligent codes. Our civilization has created algorithms. And what civilization will they create?
Are further applications of artificial intelligence depriving us of the driving force? Are we confident enough in neural networks and programs analyzing huge amounts of data to give them control over our lives without fear? How to ensure that the mechanisms that automate more and more new areas of our lives take into account different points of view, not just simple regularities and selective information? How will the wider use of artificial intelligence affect society? During the eighth edition of the Przemiany festival, we check how algorithms change our civilization.

Security Case Study 2018
Date: 13 Sep 2018

Security Case Study is the conference organised by practitioners and professionals who deal with IT security and digital investigations issues on a daily basis, ready to share their experiences and knowledge.

The agenda will include the most important, current cases, taken from the life of IT security and digital investigations specialists. Proposed formula of the case study naturally facilitates sharing their experiences and recommendations based on discussed issues, cyber threats and attacks on organisations. Speakers will share their unique knowledge gained only in emergency situations. The cases will be presented from both equally important perspectives – the technical and the organisational ones.

Security Case Study has been growing every year since its creation 5 years ago, and is gathering speakers and participants from all around the world, making it an international event.

EU Symposium on Electronic Crime Research
Date: 17 Sep 2018

eCrimeEU 2018 we will review the development of response paradigms and resources for counter-cybercrime managers and forensic professionals in the private and public sectors.

eCrimeEU 2018 will dive into current research projects and future areas of interest for cybercrime investigations, forensic techniques and infrastructure defense. Operational and research insights for fighting electronic crime will be complimented and augmented with discussions on citizen awareness programs to help ensure a secure computing environment. This year’s meeting will bring a focus on the shifting nature of cybercrime and the inherent challenges of managing that dynamic threats cape.
With eCrimeEU 2018 we will review the development of response paradigms and resources for counter-cybercrime managers and forensic professionals in the private and public sectors. Presenters will review case studies of national and regional economies under attack, narratives of successful trans-national forensic cooperation, while considering models for cooperation against ecrime and examining resources for cybercrime response and forensic enterprise.
This program will be held on September 17th- 19th in Krakow, Poland.
This event has received the support of CERT.pl, NASK (National Research Institute subordinate to the Polish Ministry of Digital Affairs) that has recently launched STOJ.POMYSL.POLACZ.pl campaign.

The Cleaners - movie show
Date: 20 Sep 2018

Festival Against Gravity and the Panoptykon Foundation will be showing "The Cleaners" in Warsaw and Krakow.

20.09. godz. 20.00, Kino Iluzjon, Warszawa, gość: Katarzyna Szymielewicz

26.09. godz. 20.30, Kino Pod Baranami, Kraków, gość: Dorota Głowacka

03.10. godz. 20.00, Kino Luna, Warszawa, gość: Wojciech Klicki

„Cybernauci – a comprehensive project of developing safe behaviors in the network”
Date: 24 Sep 2018

„Cybernauci – a comprehensive project of developing safe behaviors in the network” is an activity with aims to increase the level of competences connected to the use of the internet and information and communication technologies realized by Modern Poland Foundation from December 2015.

The main activities in the project are workshops for students, parents and teachers organized in schools from all over Poland. We prepared also educational materials availble on our website, we collect good practice of school activities connected with cybersecurity and keep updateing catalogue of materials on the topic of the project prepared by various subjects. All information avaible on our website: https://cybernauci.edu.pl/.

I click sensibly
Date: 01 Oct 2018

In daily practice, through „I click sensibly” campaign, we spread knowledge how to be safe in internet, how to use communication devices reasonably.

We teach how to cope with net aggression, to secure data and to avoid high telephone bills. 165 lessons will take place across Poland during 4 weeks of event, in which we’ll pass knowledge widen by subject of each week. We’ve prepared dedicated lesson scenario to this purpose.

Safety of the industrial installations
Date: 01 Oct 2018

One of the biggest conferences about process safety in Poland. It has been organized by BMP (the publisher of “Chemia Przemyslowa” magazine) for 17 years along with the most innovative and the biggest chemical companies and oil refineries in Poland.

Firms like Grupa Azoty S.A., Grupa Azoty Zakłady Chemiczne „Police” S.A., Grupa Azoty ZAK S.A., PCC Rokita S.A. ANWIL S.A. were Honorary Hosts of that event.

There are about 200 guests participating in the conference each year. A wide variety of topics discussed by them during the event includes: safety as a value that generates profits, cyber security, change of the approach to management in the process safety, an integrated system of the risk management.

The inherent part of the conference is an exhibition of stands where modern solutions concerning safety are displayed.

Date: 01 Oct 2018

The project is rocked with 15 thematic meetings on the use of commonly available security as well as more advanced ones.

Participants will be only students of Administration. The schedule is about professional data protection, with no need to know much about cryptography and how to engage professional IT tools. The overriding thesis will be the habit of taking care of their privacy and their data.

Bezpieczni w cyberprzestrzeni
Date: 01 Oct 2018

Studenci zostaną zapoznani z zagadnieniami związanymi z cyberbezpieczeństwem, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem bezpiecznego logowania, wiarygodności informacji w sieci, ochrony danych, ochrony wizerunku i prawa autorskiego.

W ramach Europejskiego Miesiąca Cyberbezpieczeństwa, zajęcia wprowadzające do ćwiczeń laboratoryjnych, w miesiącu październiku 2018, dla studentów I roku Akademii Pomorskiej, kierunków Zarządzanie i Matematyka, wzbogacone zostaną o treści związane z cyberbezpieczeństwem, ze szczególnym uwzględnieniem bezpiecznego logowania, wiarygodności informacji w sieci, ochrony danych, ochrony wizerunku i prawa autorskiego. Z pozostałymi zagadnieniami studenci zapoznają się w ramach samokształcenia z wykorzystaniem materiałów przygotowanych przez organizatorów European Cyber Security Month.

Kick-off event
Date: 01 Oct 2018

Kick-off event will launch a month-long campaign during which we will be presenting projects and initiatives implemented in Poland, related to the promotion of knowledge about the safe use of the Internet and the development of modern technologies.

Cyber Europe 2018 - summary and presentation of national report (closed session)
Date: 03 Oct 2018

During the session there will be a discussion of the national report on the course of the exercise and the preparation of a part of the European report

Cybersecurity Forum 2018
Date: 04 Oct 2018

All Around The Incidents Management – a Meeting For Cybersecurity Managers

We invite you to participate in the meeting during which we will look at the issue of cyber security in the context of incident management. We will show the full perspective - from the level of the given organization through interaction and cooperation at the level of industries or the whole country. We will pay special attention to the management of incidents at the level of technology, procedures and structures. These are challenges, the importance of which has increased due to new regulations - GDP and the Act on the National Cyber Security System.
We will look for answers whether to build your own competences and SOC cells, or rather to use external services and industry solutions. How to verify your own maturity and organizational readiness. How to balance education and skills development with the introduction of specific solutions and tools.
Managing incidents on the one hand would seem trivial, known among experts for years, but it is actually a test of readiness of a given institution or company to counter cyber threats. How we can predict and detect incidents and manage them effectively shows the level of our organizational maturity. Incidents verify, sometimes painfully, whether the security of an organization is real or only paper.
The meeting is co-organised by NASK and patrons are: CSO Council (community of IT security directors) and ISSA Polska (Association of security and cybersecurity experts).

IT School (IT Szkoła) ranking gala awards
Date: 05 Oct 2018

IT School ranking is prepared on the basis of measuring the activity of students' participation in individual categories of the program's activities: courses for students, IT stationary universe, online IT universe, IT contests and academic research clubs.

Coding with UKE
Date: 07 Oct 2018

Coding with UKE campaign fits to the second week of European Cybersecurity Month. Not only in theory we develop children’s and teenagers’ digital competences, but also in practice. During classes elder children will bring into life SmartCity mockup and younger ones will try to help Scottie the alien to program proper way to his spaceship. We will also show that nowadays programming is used in almost each field of daily life. To fulfil our goal we’ll conduct some of the 27 planned classes in interesting, unusual places like Museum of City Transport in Łódź, Aviation Institute and Ethnographic Museum.

IV European Cybersecurity Forum - CYBERSEC 2018
Date: 08 Oct 2018

CYBERSEC is an annual public policy conference dedicated to the strategic challenges of cybersecurity, launched in 2015, a unique in Central and Eastern Europe and one of the top five cybersecurity events in Europe. Our mission is to build the foundations of mutual trust and translate challenges into new opportunities for a better tomorrow.

With cyber disruption on the rise, the world is inevitably facing the emergence of new security challenges. They require responsible leadership to advance strategic actions and collaborative efforts of all stakeholders. A further development of our societies and economies will largely depend on whether we can make cyberspace truly secure. Strong confidence in digital public and commercial services is instrumental to build a trustworthy cyberspace.
Meanwhile, current trends are alarming. More and more state actors are developing their offensive capabilities to disrupt information systems of their adversaries, as well as using digital media to wage information warfare, which increasingly puts the foundations of democracy in jeopardy. Furthermore, the likelihood of terrorist activities in cyberspace and increasing cybercrime which generates enormous losses for the global economy complement this rather grim picture.
The EU is strengthening its strategic autonomy. However, to build cybersecurity in Europe it is necessary to maintain close transatlantic relations and enhance regional cooperation. Governments create strategies, policies, standards and rules for cybersecurity, but they cannot forget that their implementation hinges upon close and trust-based cooperation with private sector. And finally, all actors must act with the welfare of every citizen in mind.

Aligning and prioritising EU and international Cybersecurity and Privacy
Date: 08 Oct 2018

Cyberwatching.eu is organizing its first Annual Workshop at Cybersec Forum 2018 in Krakow, Poland.

The Annual Workshop will be organized in two tracks:

International cooperation and alignement on on cybersecurity and privacy issues;
Cybersecurity Project and Landscape Assessment.
We have a limited number of discount codes for participation to the CyberSec Forum and our workshop so please reserve your seat and get your discount by registering here.


Cyber-threats continue to increase in numbers and complexity, threatening business, citizens, governments and critical infrastructure globally.

EU policies and legislation, such as the GDPR and Cybersecurity Act, are being advanced to address threats to governments, businesses and vulnerabilities affecting consumer data and individual privacy. Europe’s first step at harmonisation of the cybersecurity legislation across the European Union is the Cyber Act (Cybersecurity Package).

But how does this compare internationally?
In the US, the focal point is the NIST Framework, while in Japan it is NISC. With such a nascent landscape, harmonisation and a common framework is required not only at national levels but also at European and international levels.

Our session will be the place for international dialogue on this very topic.

Assessing research outputs within the cybersecurity and privacy landscape
Date: 08 Oct 2018

Cyberwatching.eu is organizing its first Annual Workshop at Cybersec Forum 2018 in Krakow, Poland.

The Annual Workshop will be organized in two tracks:

International cooperation and alignement on on cybersecurity and privacy issues;
Assessing research outputs within the cybersecurity and privacy landscape.
We have a limited number of discount codes for participation to the CyberSec Forum and our workshop so please reserve your seat and get your discount by registering here.


Cybersecurity is a catch all description that is used in many spaces to describe a wide variety of different R&I activities. The scale of activities in the cybersecurity space is growing. The EC has allocated €600m to projects within this area, whilst the UK government on their own have supported activities worth £2bn. With so many projects funded at a national and EU-level, how can policy overlaps and duplication of effort be avoided and how can more synergies be created?

This workshop will show how the Cyberwatching.eu project is using a two-tier taxonomy of cybersecurity and privacy topics in order to support projects to classify and group themselves into meaningful clusters. Our results will also enable policy makers and funding bodies to understand the distribution of projects across the overall landscape and identify imbalances in future calls.

By applying a Market and Technology Readiness Level framework, we also support projects in maturing their innovative ideas advising on how to develop a business case starting with the end user problem being addressed, advice on packaging the ‘big idea’ and enabling the cross pollination of ideas for business models between projects as a source of valuable feedback.

With Join us for 90 minutes of intense discussion and learning.

Find out about just which priorities Europe needs to address and where the innovative research is already taking place.
Rank your own project and also find new synergies from across Europe
Pick up vital market and technology tips to ensure your innovation pitches itself perfectly to the market.

Capture the flag - contest
Date: 08 Oct 2018

Your goal is to find the so-called flag, i.e. a piece of text in the format ecsm2018 {coś} in all competition tasks. At the moment when you find the flag in one of the tasks, please send it via the hack.cert.pl.

he tasks will be published on the hack.cert.pl portal after the start of the competition.

Cyber Security - challenges for education employees
Date: 09 Oct 2018

The aim of the conference is to broaden knowledge about the safety of children and young people in their natural environment which is cyberspace. The added value of the meeting will be the exchange of information and experience in the challenges posed by the digital world.

Closed session for cyber security centers
Date: 09 Oct 2018

Competences of the future and job possibilities in modern technologies - a workshop for youth
Date: 09 Oct 2018

On October 9th at the NASK headquarters a youth workshop will be held regarding competences and occupations of the future.

We will present labor market forecasts and show job opportunities in modern technologies, not only for IT specialists, but also for humanists. Speakers will talk about their jobs and answer the questions of young people. A women's perspective will be presented by the Geek Girls Carrots organization.

III IT Security Forum in Administration
Date: 10 Oct 2018

Nationwide conference for people interested in cybersecurity of the public sector. The purpose of the meeting is to exchange knowledge and experience in the field of IT security in the public sector.

Zero Days - movie show
Date: 10 Oct 2018

STUXNET is a self-replicating computer virus that was most probably created by American and Israeli cyber divisions. His goal was Iranian nuclear installations. However, the virus has become out of control ...

Great Test of Knowledge About the Internet
Date: 10 Oct 2018

You can solve the test online at www.wielkitest.tvp.pl or using the "GREAT TEST TVP" mobile application. Download here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blackburst.WielkiTestTVP&hl=pl

Television viewers in Poland will answer questions about the Internet and cybersecurity. The guests gathered in the studio will also answer questions.

The Congress of Young Internet Users (Kongres Młodych Internautów - KoMIn)
Date: 11 Oct 2018

The Congress of Young Internet Users (KoMIn) was created by NASK in 2011 in order to establish cooperation between specialists and pupils and teachers from schools around the country. This cooperation aims to better understand educational needs in the field of network security, encourage to co-create information materials and popularize knowledge about Internet threats.

IV TelSec Conference
Date: 17 Oct 2018

This year's Forum will focus on issues related to European legislative projects in the area of data retention - including the issue of electronic evidence (e-evidence), practical aspects of telecommunications undertakings' implementation of state security and scenarios for the future. We also intend to discuss the first experiences with the implementation of the GDPR, telecommunications abuses, compliance and cybersecurity.

The Cyber Academy conference
Date: 17 Oct 2018

The Cyber Academy conference brings together expert representatives from science, business, public administration and students to exchange on the latest trends, challenges, and threats in cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. The conference will be presented across two stages.
Cybersecurity stage: will focus on practical solutions and easy-to-follow ways to protect yourself from cyber threats, It will be an opportunity for participants to learn about common threats to Polish entrepreneurs and how to defend against them.
Artificial Intelligence stage: will aim at raising awareness on the potential of artificial intelligence, its applications, opportunities, challenges and impact in the business World. We focus on the practical applications of AI. We will also demonstrate how Polish start-ups and international companies successfully adapted and implemented AI.

How to (pro)actively fight with hackers?
Date: 17 Oct 2018

A cybersecurity meeting for PSE employees

During this meeting we will cover different scam examples: dating apps, charities, fraud. The event is aimed at raising employees cybersecurity awareness.

Date: 18 Oct 2018

How Cybersecurity is challenging emerging FinTech Startups?

On Thursday 18th October we be hosting a special guest from London - Tal Mozes.

Tal Mozes is a partner with Ernst & Young's Cyber Security Centre for financial sectors, based in London, UK.

Why cybersecurity?

European Cybersecurity Month is the EU’s annual awareness campaign that takes place each October across Europe.

The aim is to raise awareness of cyber security threats, promote cyber security among citizens and organisations.

Emerging Fintech startups around the globe are facing the same challanges regarding regulations, capital and financial innovation.

Though it’s a rich tapestry of services that make up the fintech world, they’re united by one challenge: cybersecurity.

A fintech startup handles extremely sensitive data, and that means your business has to fortify the infrastructure against cyberattacks.

Investing in security for a fintech startup needs to be a top priority to ensure customer confidence for your products and rise the potential of profitable exit within the industry.

As part of the European Cybersecurity Month, we will be discussing these challanges with our special guest - Tal Mozes.

Previously, Tal lead EY Americas Cyber Security Centre of Excellence. This cutting-edge team of professionals is dedicated to conducting attack and penetration assessments for EY clients, Cyber Threat Management, Incident Response, Threat Intelligence, Strategic Cyber Security planning and Privacy. In this role Tal was responsible for all aspects of the centre including people, quality, growth, and operations.

Tal has over eighteen years of experience in cyber and information security fields, as well as experience in managing and training professional information security staff, focusing on reverse engineering, malwares analysis, penetration testing, code reviews, security assessments, SDLC, security transformations, security risk management and more.

Prior to leading the Advanced Security Centre of Excellence, he co-founded Hacktics ltd in 2004 (acquired by EY Americas) and Seeker Security (acquired by Synopsys). Seeker was an IAST pioneer, the next generation of application security testing technology.

Guide on Cybersecurity prepared by High School Students
Date: 19 Oct 2018

Students from CLVIII High School with Bilingual Departments Princess Izabela Czartoryska prepared the Guide on Cybersecurity.

Together with the students of the second grade CLVIII High School we prepare a guide on Cybersecurity.
The guide will be published on the school's website and on Facebook. Students and teachers also plan to visit a nearby primary school and share knowledge gained during the preparation for the ECDL exam of the Polish Information Society - "Security in the cyber world". In addition, they will show younger colleagues applications related to cybersecurity.

SECURE 2018 Conference
Date: 23 Oct 2018

SECURE Conference is the important event in the calendar of meetings dedicated to IT security issues. The conference is always held in October and since the beginning in 1996 it has been organized by NASK and CERT Polska in Poland. The conference is addressed to administrators, security team members and practitioners in this field.
SECURE is an unique opportunity to listen to leading security experts from Poland and abroad. It also presents the latest knowledge on current threats and trends in ICT security as well as gives occasion to exchange experience with experts. During the conference specialized workshops and SECURE Expo are also organized.

90 minutes of cybersecurity - initiative of the Primary School in Trzebiel
Date: 24 Oct 2018

October 24, 2018 The Primary School in Trzebiel will organize workshops for students entitled: "90 minutes of cyber security". In each competition students will receive scores.

Workshop plan:
1. Educational game "Safely Here and There".
2. Fake news - desinformation in the world - students receive information on the pages and segregate them to real or false ones.
3. Decoding an encrypted password in various forms by students.
4. Create a strong password according to the rules (min 8 characters, uppercase letters, special characters). The password should be strong, easy for them to remember.
5. Promotion of the OFFLINE CHALLENGE campaign by students participating in the Youth Internauts' Congress on 11.10.2018.
6. Preparing a film that will summarize the event. The film will be send to NASK.

Citizenfour - movie show
Date: 25 Oct 2018

Edward Snowden, a former CIA employee and associate of the US Internal Security Agency (NSA), who disclosed several hundred thousand confidential, secret and top-secret documents ...

Security Culture Initiative
Date: 31 Oct 2018

The goal of the Initiative is to enrich already outdated culture of information with aspects related to the interaction of people within cyberspace. The extension of the present culture is based on four pillars, constituting a framework on which cyberspace is spread: conversation, freedom of information, people and security.

Implementation of the Initiative currently includes 7 modules:
- knowledge base containing a list of URLs of information security materials classified according to the content and level of advancement,
- thematically grouped lists of URLs from the database as reference materials for self-study,
- 5 questions assessing the user's knowledge as scenes describing scenarios obtained using the intrusion kill chain method from real cases,
- e-mail subscription – security advice,
- e-mail subscription - safety news review,
- database of security breach indicators concerning local threats or requiring immediate response based on public knowledge from hazard exchanges and information about threats,
- a primer of good practices and terminology in the field of cyber security.
Each user of cyberspace is invited to the discussion, everyone is also the creator and recipient of the Security Culture.
The Culture Culture Initiative provides a number of educational materials available on the IKB blog: https://sci-ikb.blogspot.com
And in social channels:
FB: https://www.facebook.com/Inicjatywa-Kultury-Safety-1478638835779103/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/KulturaBezp

Docendo discimus: Teach and learn
Date: 31 Oct 2018

A series of articles on the role of security in today's world in cultural terms (reprinted from the bulletins of the Polish Information Processing Society). The series is related to the broadly understood subject of building Information Security Culture.

Each of the articles is based on the Latin sentence, in each of them are topics loosely related to information security, but nevertheless present in the surrounding us universal culture, our lifestyle, social and individual behavior.
Read more: https://sci-ikb.blogspot.com/2017/10/docendo-discimus-nauczajac-uczymy-sie.html

Action from zero to Hero
Date: 31 Oct 2018

The goal of the campaign is to promote self-development and awareness of a personal safety attitude in order to respond more effectively to threats.

Check yourself. Test your (super) powers and discover the weaknesses starting in October, the month dedicated to Internet security and the conscious use of technology. The action page presents a list of advice and microtests that will test your knowledge.
We invite everyone to the action! The world needs heroes.
Read more: https://sci-ikb.blogspot.com/2017/10/czy-swiat-potrzebuje-bohatera.html

Cybersecurity tips
Date: 31 Oct 2018

A series of daily tips made available on social websites based on the SANS Institute's materials for the daily "morning gymnastics" and to bring together with the morning coffee the safety of every citizen: https://sci-ikb.blogspot.com/2016/06/zapraszamy-do-publikacji-porad.html

Cyber security in the organization
Date: 31 Oct 2018

A series of articles on security culture for organizations of all sizes, based on three key elements: incident management, information context and employee stress: https://sci-ikb.blogspot.com/2018/09/aktualizacja-kultury-bezpieczenstwa.html

"Pre-Crime" movie show
Date: 07 Nov 2018

Pre-crime, a crime that has not yet taken place ... See modern crime prevention systems already in operation in Western countries. Where is the boundary between security and privacy, technology and human rights?

Digital Shapers 2018
Date: 13 Nov 2018

A list that distinguishes outstanding personalities of the digital world and new technologies in Poland. It promotes competence in the field of digitisation and new technologies through positive examples.

There are five categories of Digital Shapers: education, digital transformation, investments, innovations and technologies, visionary.

The selection of Digital Shapers will be carried out by Digital Academy - an independent group of experts in the world of new technologies, maintaining all the procedures of an independent auditor.

We invite you to submit yourself or your candidates for the title Digital Shapers 2018 - lists of outstanding personalities of the digital world and new technologies. This is another project of the Digital Poland Foundation. More about the initiative in the link. You will also find an application form here.

The Advanced Threat Summit
Date: 13 Nov 2018

The Advanced Threat Summit is one of the biggest and most importantcybersecurity conferences in Poland. It is a meeting dedicated to cybersecurity and information security managers at medium and large organisations operating in Poland. The agenda caters to the needs and interests of professionals who are responsible for the digital and information security of their organisations. This year the agenda will be focusing on the theme of “Cybersecurity in times of Artificial Intelligence and automatization”. https://atsummit.pl/

"Facebookistan" movie show
Date: 21 Nov 2018

Facebookistan, the giant under the magnifying glass. What does the largest social networking site in the world know about us? And does it respect the right to free speech and the right to privacy?

A Good American - movie show
Date: 05 Dec 2018

Good American - if there had to be a terrorist attack on the WTC? See how it came to blocking a cheap, effective monitoring and analysis system that could protect the US from the terrorist attacks on September 11 2001...

Date: 01 Feb 2019

You are a conscious employer and you are interested in effective solutions, do you want your employees to perform tasks in a safe environment and that good practices are everyday for them? We have a proposal for you that will really involve your team and increase its awareness.

Become an architect of your cybernetic environment, organize an event with us and create a new order in your company. The "Cyber Friday" campaign is characterized by a high employer branding factor, it is an initiative that provides media attention and thus positions your company on the market as a responsible employer and business partner.
CYBER FRIDAY campaign is organized by Cyberbezpieczni Association from Poland. The aim of this organization is to spread knowledge in the field of cyber security. Their activities are effective, shaping the cybernetic environment and really affecting the security of all of us. As part of a close partnership, they are supported by one of the largest European associations - DsiN based in Berlin.
More information on the website: https://cyberbezpieczni.org.pl/

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