Ukrainian country track

open

Nowadays Ukraine has huge experience in cyber warfare. In response to large-scale attacks to its critical infrastructure in recent years, Ukraine adopted in 2016 a National Cybersecurity Strategy and is making strides in its implementation. The set up of the National Cybersecurity Coordination Center and the proposed update of the cybercrime legislation to meet the Budapest Convention requirements and best practice particularly on Internet Service Providers are two main steps in enhancing the country’s cyber resilience. These activities are complimented by strong cooperation with international partners across the cyber sphere, including on cybercrime, cyber defense, R&D and business cooperation.

 

13:00-13:30 Nearshoring Cybersecurity to Ukraine

Johan Vermij (Project Dojo)

 

The need for security is rising, but in Europe it becomes harder to find the right specialist. Nearshoring IT security to Ukraine can become a valuable alternative. The presentation explores the IT and cybersecurity sector in Ukraine.

 

13:30-14:00 Capacity Building and R&D: the best cases in IoT, Energy grids, cybersecurity and decentralized eHealth on blockchain

 Igor Kotsiuba (Cyberdesk)

 

Ukraine is an associated country of EU and H2020 EC; recently we had no eHealth and other systems we were to digitalise and allocate cybersecurity layer, now we are building from scratch, one of the most progressive eHealth systems, implementing the latest cybersecurity approaches to the security of patients' media data and records utilizing blockchain in compliance with a sensitivity of the data stored. How can the healthcare sector better protect itself from malicious data use in the future?

We provide Critical Infrastructure Operators with forensics, consultancy, audits, SIEM system and cyberhygiene frameworks. In addition to that, I’d like to show the achievements of SPEAR Project, our R&D of a toolkit to protect EU member and associated states national Energy Grids.

 

14:00-14:30 GDPR From legal to technical implementation

Alex Smychnikov (10Guards)

 

Our unique point and the main difference is that we combine legal and technical expertise.

 

14:30-15:00 CyberSecurity to the Centre of Europe

Security Service of Ukraine Representative

In the war against Cybercrime we need to consolidate the power and knowledge across Europe. What are the pro's and con's of working with Business in Ukraine.

Speakers

Igor Kotsiuba (Cyberdesk)
Igor Kotsiuba (Cyberdesk)
Alex Smychnikov (10Guards)
Alex Smychnikov (10Guards)
Johan Vermij (Project Dojo)
Johan Vermij (Project Dojo)

Cybers Security Week is required by law to ask permission for using cookies. We use functional cookies, and cookies for managing website statistics.
The cookies are processed anonimously. By continuing on our website, you accept the use of cookies.
Read our privacy and cookie policy for more information.

 Close