Cyber threats in CEE and the Baltics

Conferences

A cyber security conference will be held this Thursday, May 24, at the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (KKI), entitled “Cyber threats in Central and Eastern Europe: Perspectives from the Visegrád 4 and the Baltics.”

The conference at the Bérc utca offices of KKI in Budapest’s District 1 will run from noon until 3 p.m. and will be in English. Those interested in attending must register via the kki.hu website by noon today (Wednesday).  

After a buffet lunch, opening remarks will be delivered by Károly Dán from the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, followed by the keynote speech by Marina Kaljurand, chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace, from Estonia.

There will also be a round table discussion on cyber security and diplomacy in Central and Eastern Europe, featuring Kaljurand alongside Māris Andžāns, senior research fellow at the Latvian Institute of International Affairs, and Kinga Raś, an analyst at the Polish Institute of International Affairs, and moderated by Csaba Krasznay, director of the Cyber Security Academy at Hungary’s National University of Public Service. 

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