- This event has passed.
Cyber Security Conference, 5-6 June, Ohrid
05.06.19 @ 8:00 am - 06.06.19 @ 5:00 pm
The National Centre for Computer Incident Response MKD-CIRT and the Agency for Electronic Communications are organizing for the second time a Cyber Security Conference which will take place in Ohrid on 5-6 June 2019 under the theme “CSIRTs and Cyber Resilience”.
This year’s theme is chosen because of the increasing need for building capacities of National Computer Security Incident Response Teams – NCSIRTs, as well as the importance of Cyber resilience with respect to CSIRT activities for coordinating the response to threats and incidents, protection of Critical Information Infrastructure and building resilience through training and awareness programmes.
The conference aims to gather for two-day event CSIRTs and cybersecurity experts from Southeastern Europe and other countries to extend the dialogue and cooperation on building cyber resilience, protection of critical information infrastructure and cooperation.
It is our pleasure to invite you to take part in the event. We would appreciate if you can take active participation as lecturers or presenters in some of the sessions. Please find the Draft Agenda with the proposed sessions and topics enclosed to this letter. Also, feel free to propose new topics that would be of interest to participants of the event. We would highly appreciate your reply before we prepare a more detailed programme for the event.
Should you have any additional questions regarding this event, please contact the National Centre for Computer Incident Response MKD-CIRT on email@example.com or +389 2 3091232.
Please confirm your participation no later than May 10th, 2019, by sending the completed registration form at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presentations from the event:
Session 1: Identification and Protection of National Critical Information Infrastructure. CSIRT’s role.
Session 2: Protection and resilience of Critical sectors. Importance of information sharing.
– “Security in the academic networks: current advances within the GEANT project regarding business continuity, security baseline and products and services offered to the national academic and research networks”, Anastas Mishev, FINKI-CERT
Session 3: Case of cyber-attack. Vectors, tools and exploits, impact, recovery and lessons learned.
Session 4: Cyber Resilience. Information exchange between CSIRTs. Building resilience to attacks for SMEs and among citizens.
Session 5: Moving from concept of cyber security to cyber resilience. Building Cyber Resilience in a Connected World.
Session 6: NatCSIRTs activities and cooperation.