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DISCUSSION "Authentication in the Digital State"

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The bottleneck of modern state services is authentication and authorization. It is not possible to radically increase the number of users of eGov services. Isn't authentication and authorization too rigid? It cannot be made more userfriendly?

Ladislav Kovár, MIRDI
Ján Bučkuliak, Government Office of the Slovak Republic
Pavol Frič, DITEC 
Radovan Ako, CRIF
Patrik Plachý, RED HAT 
Ľubor Illek, Slovensko.Digital 


Pavol Frič

Vice President of IT Association of Slovakia for eGovernment. In 1986, he finished his university studies at the Department of Computers of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, SVŠT in Bratislava. After completing his studies, he continued to work at the university and in 1995 defended his candidate's dissertation in the field of artificial intelligence. He developed several new subjects and actively lectured in the field of artificial intelligence and software engineering. In 1995, he began to devote himself fully to work at DITEC. He worked as the director of the Information Systems Division. In 2000, he was appointed to the position of Vice President for Strategy. In this position, he manages the company's development projects and…
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Ľubor Illek

Ľubor Illek is the founder of the civic association, where he also works. He has been involved in eGovernment area, primarily in data management, electronic signature, copyright, security, eGovernment projects evaluation. Since 2003 he has been a member of the Slovak Informatics Society. In 2009, he was one of the founding members of the Open Information Technology Society, in which he pursued the idea of openness in public policy making, especially in OpenData, open standards and the use of free software. He studied informatics at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University. He has been active in Gordias company where he focuses on information security. Since 2009, he has been teaching social aspects of…
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Ján Bučkuliak

Government Office of the Slovak Republic
Ján Bučkuliak currently works at the Office of the Government as an advisor to the Prime Minister for the informatization of public administration and at the same time as the General Director of the Information Technology Section. He started working in public administration in the spring of 2020 as a member of the Permanent Crisis Staff. He previously worked in the private sector in the field of IT and digital marketing.
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Patrik Plachý

Patrik Plachý started as a developer in C and later in C ++, Pascal and Python. He later programmed modules for Oracle Database and moved on to code design for Backends. He has helped customers deploy Enterprise systems and in recent years has focused on Linux, Clusterware and High Availability. He is currently a Senior Solution Architect at Red Hat, where he specializes in container development and its deployment on customer side in the Czech Republic and Slovakia.
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Radovan Ako

CRIF – Slovak Credit Bureau
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Ladislav Kovár

Ministry of investment, regional development and informatization SR
Ladislav Kovár works as the director of the e-Government management department at the Ministry of Investments, Regional Development and Informatization of the Slovak Republic. He spent more than 20 years in IT, starting in public administration. After completing his legal education, he mainly focuses on the intersection of information technology and law. He applied the law as a responsible person at the Comenius University, he also served as the chairman of the DPO club at universities, which he co-founded. He led the team for solving security incidents and ensured the cyber security of several projects.
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