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  • A Central European Public-Private Dialogue Platform


    Author(s): CHRZANOVSKI, Laurent
    Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2, Year 2015

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    The 3rd Edition of the Macro-regional Public-Private dialogue platform took place as the precedent ones, in Sibiu. It has been organized by the NGO “Swiss Webacademy”, in collaboration with “Security Brokers International” and “Agora IT Media Group”.

    As the 2015 edition, it was designed and built with the ITU/D Cybersecurity dpt., which granted the event a technical assistance consisting in bringing to Sibiu eight renowned public or private analysts from abroad (CH, IT, UKR, MD, FR, FI, BG, UK). The ITU itself, as each year, was represented at the highest level, this time by Mr Marco Obiso. The Congress and its parallel initiatives were placed under the aegis and the partnership of the Romanian Intelligence Services (SRI), the Romanian National Police (IGPR) as well as the Swiss Embassy in Romania.

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    The event was realized and promoted in the frame of the ITU’s Regional Initiative EUR4 – Building Confidence and security in the use of telecommunications/ICTs, and has been promoted among others by the CERT-RO and the ENISA media and social network channels.

    The objective of the Macro-regional Public-Private dialogue platform, backed by the ITU/D within its Regional Initiative EUR4 – Building Confidence and security in the use of telecommunications/ICTs is to provide an opportunity for high-level international dialogue between users (decision-makers from public and private sector), governments, regulators, vendor-neutral analysts, academia and ITsec companies. The Sibiu event offers an ideal and informal neutral platform which main success through the years is to provide the perfect atmosphere for knowledge-sharing and human networking focused on the most important cybersecurity issues.

    The congress itself lasted 2 days (September 24-25); the first day hosted a plenary session with large timeslots for key-speakers and the second day was dedicated to more in-depth topics dealt into two parallel tracks. 53 speakers addressed to 280 participants from state institutions and private sector, representing 17 countries.

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    The day before the congress (September 23) was dedicated to raising awareness about cyber security issues in society, according to the needs of four major categories of audience. The whole day offered a free seminar to non-technical CEOs and decision-makers from public and private sector, while the 700 seats main hall of the Culture House hosted 3 big shows of two hours each, organized by Swiss Webacademy, the Romanian National Police (departments specialized in prevention) and the Bitdefender team: for the schoolchildren (8-12 y.o.) with their teachers, for college teenagers with their teachers (13-17 y.o.) and, at the end, an “adult evening” for all citizens with several VIPs of the congress invited as special guest-speakers. As a whole, the four trainings gathered 1’090 participants, which sets a new Romanian record of audience for this field.

    The day after the congress (September 26) was dedicated to a specialists-only closed-door half-day discussion between specialists. Its aim was to draw some conclusions of the congress mainstream issues but above all, to check in a very opened and friendly atmosphere all the positive and negative aspects of the 3rd edition itself: what was good, what could be made better and what has to be changed.

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    Title: A Central European Public-Private Dialogue Platform
    Author(s): CHRZANOVSKI, Laurent
    Publication: International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime
    ISSN: 2285-9225, e-ISSN: 2286-0096
    Issue: Volume 4, Issue 2, Year 2015
    Section: Books Reviews and Conferences Analysis
    Page Range: 101-102



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