Vienna Cyber Security Week 2018 was successfully held

“Cyber Security” as a non-negligible keyword for technologic development


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Photo: Philipp Agathonos hosted the day 5 conference on Securing Smart Cities and Emerging Technologies (or gave a keynote speech?) 

The second edition of Vienna Cyber Security Week was successfully held from 29 January to 02 February 2018 in Diplomatic Academy of Vienna. The conference was organized by the Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs (BMEIA), all other relevant ministries including the Federal Chancellery, in collaboration with Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), the Cybersecurity Platform and the Energypact Foundation.

National and international stakeholders attended the event aiming at further dialogue and cooperation in the field of cyber security for critical infrastructure with a focus on the energy sector. Ambassador Mikhail Konarovskiy, adviser to the Secretariat and Mr. Adilet Orozbekov, the Secretariat’s expert from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) were present. Representatives from BMEIA, Federal Ministry for Digital, Business and Enterprise (BMDW), Federal Ministry of the Interior (BMI), International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), AIT, Energy Foundation, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) etc. (noch mehr ergänzen?) gave impressive keynote speeches on different sessions of the event. A Chinese delegation from China Electronics Technology Group Corporation (CETC) presented its achievements to the delegates on Day 3 (Technology exhibition with a booth provided by AIT) and took part in the Day 5 conference on Securing Smart Cities and Emerging Technologies.

The five-day event offered a unique forum for both governmental and non-governmental partners to delve into substantive debates over the protection of critical energy infrastructure, combating cybercrime, cyber diplomacy and the future of technologic development in the energy sector.

 

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