Experts to discuss security of Ukrainian cyberspace
How secure are the strategic objects, state structures?
On Thursday, 20 July, at 12:00, Gorshenin Institute will host a round table conference titled "How to protect Ukrainian cyberspace?"
Organizer of the round table – Gorshenin Institute
Questions for discussion:
1. The consequences of mass destruction of computer networks by Petya virus. Can the experience be effectively used in the future?
2. Is there a cybersecurity system in Ukraine? What are the components of it?
3. How secure are the strategic facilities, state structures?
4. What support is needed to ensure the security of Ukrainian cyberspace at the legislative level?
5. What are the rules of cyber security for the citizens of Ukraine?
Participants of the round table:
Vyacheslav Marcinkevych, Senior Inspector for Special Assignments of the Department of Cyber Police of the National Police of Ukraine;
Nadiya Lytvynchuk, state expert of the Information Security Service of the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine;
Oleksandr Kardakov, IT-businessman, chairman of the supervisory board Octave Capital;
Andriy Pastushenko, founder of the cyber defence company RMRF Technology;
Volodymyr Kurg, R&D director of the company IT-Integrator.
The round table will be moderated by Natalia Clauning, the communications director of Gorshenin Institute.
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The address of Gorshenin Institute: Kyiv, 18b Mala Zhytomyrska St. (entrance through the arch from Mykhaylivskyy Lane).