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Ukrainian Experience: Cyber and Information Security

The Institute for Politics and Society in cooperation with the Ukrainian Labor Union and the International Information Academy hold a roundtable on Ukrainian Experience: Cyber and Information Security.

Due to 4 years of lasting, open Russian aggression against Ukraine – consisting of kinetic and non-kinetic methods – Ukrainian institutions gained unique experience in how to counter cyber and information attacks. The goal of the event is to present and discuss the development of the problematic areas such as cyberterrorism, security of the banking sector etc., as well as to share experience between experts from Ukraine and EU member countries.


Program

15:30 – 15:45
Welcome Speech and Introduction
H.E. Yevhen Perebyinis, Ambassador, Embassy of Ukraine in the Czech Republic

15:45 – 17:00
PANEL A: Cybersecurity
Anatolii Marushchak, Interdepartmental Research Center at the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine
Information impacts and cyberattacks against Ukraine: History, counteraction, consequences
Andrii Paziuk, Associate Professor, T. Shevchenko National University
State sponsored cyberterrorism: is international law effective?
Roman Proskurovskyi, Associate Professor, Expert on banking security
Organization of cybersecurity in Ukrainian banking sector
Dušan Navrátil, Director, National Cyber and Information Security Agency, Czech Republic

17:00 – 17:15
Coffee Break

17:15 – 18:30
PANEL B: Information Security
Maria Avdeeva, Artem Voitivich, European Expert Association
Integration of Ukrainian information security systems in the EU’s architecture
Member of the Czech Parliament (TBC)
Member of the Ukrainian Rada (Parliament) (TBC)
Representative EU responsible authorities (TBC)

18:30 – 19:00
Networking with a glass of wine

The event will be held on December 13th, 2018 in Prague, Czech Republic.

The working language is English.

The event is upon invitation only.


 

The event is under patronage of the Embassy of Ukraine in the Czech Republic.

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