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Program - Spring ITAPA 2023

Registration and morning coffee
Opening Ceremony
8:30 – 8:50 Quick wins (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II
The bureaucratic government of experts has a clearly limited mandate for its existence. What can be accomplished in a few months of governance? What priorities does the government have set? You will find out in an interview with the Deputy Prime Minister for the Recovery Plan and the Use of Eurofunds.
Marta Jančkárová, moderator
Michal Ivantyšyn, ITAPA
Opening of the Conference
Človek vs. štátne IT
8:50 – 9:05 Man vs. state IT (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II

A citizen's joyful journey through the state's electronic services from API to ZEP.

Ján Gordulič, Silné reči
Man versus State IT
We are preparing the Spring ITAPA 2023 program
Digitálna dekáda
9:30 - 9:45 The digital decade (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II
In January 2023, the European decision establishing the digital policy agenda "Road to the Digital Decade" entered into force. According to it, the member states have an obligation to set national policies, measures and activities that will contribute to the achievement of the common goals of the European Union by 2030. Slovakia also has the obligation to prepare a national plan with specific measures to achieve digital goals in four main EU topics: digital skilled population and highly skilled digital professionals; secure, efficient and sustainable digital infrastructures, digital transformation of businesses and digitization of public services. From the point of view of the binding nature of the goals, this is an unprecedented step by the EU in the digital field, which will require significant efforts from Slovakia.
Marta Jančkárová, moderator
Anton Jelenčiak, Ministry of investments, regional development and informatization of the Slovak republic (MIRRI)
1on1 with the Director General of the Digital Agenda Section of the MIRDI
Parental pension
9:45 - 10:00 Parental pension (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II
The parental pension project is an example of an innovative approach to project management in the state. The connection of the systems of the Register of Natural Persons and the Social Insurance Company and their subsequent automation is a pilot from which the state and public administration will benefit in the coming years.
Marta Jančkárová, moderator
plenarka 2
10:30 – 10:55 Evaluation and outlook of the Digitization of the State (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II
Slovakia strives for effective digitization of the state, greater competition in state IT, and transition to modern digital solutions. What has changed in the last three years since the new government took office after 2020? Are we able to evaluate our goals and evaluate the effectiveness of public policies in the area of digitization? Was it possible to fulfill the obligations set at the beginning of this period? Has the competitive environment increased and the structure of contracts in state IT changed? And what will digitization look like financed by the Slovakia Program and the Recovery Plan?
Marta Jančkárová, moderator
Emil Fitoš, IT Association of Slovakia
Competitive Environment in the State IT
Martin Bezek, Ministry of investments, regional development and informatization SR
Digitization in the new era
Robotizácia verejnej správy
10:55 - 11:15 Robotization of Public Administration (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II
How does artificial intelligence enter the functioning of the public sector? Can it simplify communication between the citizen and the office? Can she relieve the officials from a lot of stereotypical work? Or are we facing a time in which artificial intelligence will completely replace officials?
Marta Jančkárová, moderator
Dagmar Ceľuchová Bošanská, Alistiq
AI assistant eGov services for the citizen
Centrálny ekonomický systém
11:15 - 12:05 Central economic system - why we should not be afraid of this system (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II
The discussion brings information about fundamental changes brought about by the Central Economic System (CES). Up to 151 organizations were integrated into the system in record time. CES represents a robust system that interconnects 30 application modules, such as HR, financial accounting and property management. The entire implementation, including operation, is managed and coordinated from the level of the Ministry of Finance of the Slovak Republic, and participating organizations provide cooperation in the migration and control of their data. The system effectively saves costs for individual organizations, relieves them of the lengthy process of public procurement, negotiations with suppliers and ordering training for new employees. One system for all employees ensures easier substitutability and shortens the adaptation time when employees move from office to office, which is typical for public administration. The most significant advantages that CES brings are the electronicization and optimization of economic processes and the fact that the management of public finances is finally getting a solid foundation.
Peter Steinhübl,
Vladimír Bednár, Ministry of Finance SR
Central economic system - more than just an ERP system
Vladimír Bednár, Ministry of Finance SR
Pavol Horváth, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Slovak Republic
Ján Krajči, Government Office of the SR
Zuzana Péčová, Public Defender of Rights
DISCUSSION "Central economic system - why not to be afraid of it"
plenarka 3
12:05 – 12:35 Technological revolution in healthcare: Inspiraton from Denmark (interpreted), hall Ballroom I+II
Denmark sees itself as a "health nation". Denmark's super hospital building program has launched the construction of 16 new hospitals with a total value of 6.6 billion euros. The Danish health technology market has grown rapidly in recent years and continues to grow by 4 to 6 percent per year. The medical technology market is currently estimated at 10 billion euros and the export share is approximately 20%. How can Slovakia be inspired by Scandinavia and what are the examples of how Danish technology companies work?
Marta Jančkárová, moderator
Henrik L. Ibsen, OTH.IO Virtual care Aggregation
Virtual Health ECO System
Dennis Svane Christensen, Odense Robotics
The Danish Robotics Eco System
ITAPA victim of a cyber attack
13:30 – 14:10 ITAPA victim of a cyber attack (interpreted), hall Ballroom I
Mario Minarovský,
Mario Minarovský, CREDIBILIS
ITAPA victim of a cyber attack
Milan Kyselica, IstroSec
Anatomy of a cyberattack
Ivan Makatura, Cyber Security Competence and Certification Center
Brief Report on the Level of Cyber Security in Slovakia
Radoslav Zlacký, Ministry of investments, regional development and informatization of the Slovak republic (MIRRI)
Govnet Security
13:30 – 15:00 ITAPA OPEN TALK: Digitalization of healthcare in Slovakia / 14:00 – 15:00 Healthcare after the elections, hall Connections
In the first part, we will listen to a discussion with two ministers of health about the similarities and differences in the digitalization of health care in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In the second part, we will discuss the questions: How will political parties change the Slovak healthcare system if they succeed? What will be the fate of healthcare reforms? Should we expect changes in the healthcare part of the recovery plan? What should the Slovak healthcare system look like from the point of view of the shadow ministers of healthcare and actual minister of healthcare?

Admission to ITAPA OPEN TALK IS FREE. It is necessary to register for it via the registration form.

Important!!! If you are already registered as a conference participant or speaker, you do not need to register separately for any ITAPA OPEN TALK.
Michal Kovačič, moderator
Michal Palkovič, Ministry of Health SR
1ON1 with the Minister of Health of the Slovak Republic
Vladimír Baláž, SMER - SD
Zuzana Dolinková, Voice - social democracy
Oskar Dvořák, Progresívne Slovensko
Michal Palkovič, Ministry of Health SR
Tomáš Szalay, SASKA
DISCUSSION: "Healthcare after the elections"
sekcie 1
14:10 - 14:40 Shift in the digitization of the state / 14:40 - 15:10 Digitization projects (interpreted), hall Ballroom I
As part of the panel, we will take a closer look at selected projects. We will not just brag and pat ourselves on the back, but we want to constructively name the challenges and problems that still lie ahead of individual projects.
Peter Kulich, Moderator
Daniela Mesková, Ministry of Investments, Regional Development and Informatization of the Slovak Republic
Life situations - Better services for citizens and entrepreneurs
Michaela Galia Pallayová, The Ministry of Investment, Regional Development and Informatization of the Slovak Republic
Vojtech Bálint, DXC Technology
Peter Handzuš, DXC Technology
New eID and Slovakia in mobile phone
Rudolf Klein, Aliter Technologies
Ondrej Matejka, Law firm Matejka&Friedmannová
Legal Tech in Slovakia: How to Become a Future Ready Lawyer
14:10 – 15:10 Cybersec and incidents, hall Ballroom II
The number of incidents is growing exponentially, vulnerabilities are increasing, attack techniques are changing, and the creation of exploitation tools is being accelerated, even with the use of artificial intelligence. It is good to be prepared for an incident and, if it occurs, to know how to react correctly so that the consequences of the incident are as small as possible and the unavailability of services is as short as possible.
Peter Matej,
Michal Sekula, Atos IT Solutions and Services
Predictive security in healthcare facilities
Peter Trajlinek, AUTOCONT s.r.o
Forests also need Cyber Protection
Miroslav Chlipala, BCH Advokáti Chlipala
Tomáš Masný, CISO v Telco
Adrián Ondov,
Juraj Rumanovský, Fortinet
Július Selecký, ESET
DISCUSSION "Cybersec and incidents"
15:00 – 16:00 Digital strategy of Slovak healthcare, hall Connections
Slovak healthcare is facing a significant digitization debt. In order to eliminate this debt, we need a clear and sustainable digital strategy that would define not only the needs and opportunities, but also the specific steps of the gradual digitization of the healthcare sector.
Michal Kovačič, moderator
Matúš Vecel, MLT consulting s.r.o.
Alena Mochnáčová, ZSS Slnečný dom, n.o.
Malina Portal - an effective tool for ensuring the most appropriate follow-up and long-term care in a timely manner
Peter Blaškovitš, ekonomický expert
Martin Jasenčak, Eastern Slovak Institute of Oncology
Peter Lukáč, NCZI
Richard Strapko, General Health Insurance Company
DISCUSSION "Digital strategy of Slovak healthcare"
sekcie 2
15:40 - 16:40 The cloud era - how to use the cloud to the fullest? (interpreted), hall Ballroom I
At the autumn ITAPE 2022, there was a large panel on the government cloud, where strategies, the future, and concrete projects were presented. More than half a year has passed. Where have we come in that time? What real results have been achieved? Why are we moving so slow?
Peter Kulich, Moderator
František Baranec, INTERWAY
Lukáš Elíz, VMWARE
Miroslav Kalinovský, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Ladislav Kovár, Ministry of investment, regional development and informatization SR
Martin Sulík, National Agency for Network and Electronic Services
Jiří Svěrák, AWS
DISCUSSION "Cloud period"
15:40 - 16:40 Can "Unhackable" Infrastructure be Designed?, hall Ballroom II
The Engineering Research Visioning Alliance published a study on 16/02/2023 in which it identified 5 key areas that require engineering research so that the vision of an unhackable infrastructure can be fulfilled: 1) the human-technology interface, 2) measuring and verifying the level of security and integrating predictive information, 3) autonomous security – the ability to automatically modify defense algorithms, 4) componentity and resilience of interconnected infrastructures, 5) architecture of trusted systems. Is an unhackable infrastructure a hypothetical pipe dream, or is it a real vision?
Peter Matej,
Ondrej Ciz, VMware
Ivan Makatura, Cyber Security Competence and Certification Center
Milan Pikula, National Security Authority SK-CERT
Peter Pištek, Kempelenov Inštitút Inteligentných technológií
DISCUSSION "Can "Unhackable" Infrastructure be Designed?"
16:20 - 16:55 Level-up: how to raise the technological level in healthcare / 16:55 - 17:15 Support of Digital Innovation Through Education, hall Connections
The HealthHub project brings to the conference discussions on how to raise the digital level of Slovak healthcare. Often overburdened healthcare providers will gain access to the services of the European Digital Innovation Center which can help increase the digital maturity of their institutions.
Samuel Arbe,
Martina Antošová, University Hospital Martin
Viera Bordoy, AIslovakIA
Anton Kuzma, Slovak University of Technology
Mario Minarovský, CREDIBILIS
DISCUSSION: "Level-up: how to raise the technological level in healthcare"
Allan Böhm, Premedix Academy
Jaroslav Majerník, University of Pavol Jozef Šafárik
Peter Musil, Medical Faculty of Comenius University
DISCUSSION: "Support of Digital Innovation Through Education"
sekcie 3
16:40 - 17:30 How are we building a digital state? (interpreted), hall Ballroom I
The next election cycle is coming to an end and it is time to take stock, show off, learn from mistakes, and some may even be preparing to pass on their experiences. In this panel, we will look at the challenges of the past period, what has been achieved and what awaits us in the near future in the informatization of public administration before and after the elections.
Ján Suchal,
Vladimír Bednár, Ministry of Finance SR
Ján Bučkuliak, Government Office of the Slovak Republic
Pavol Frič, ITAS
Michal Ilko, Sociálna poisťovňa
Ladislav Kovár, Ministry of investment, regional development and informatization SR
Tomáš Mydliar, Dell Technologies
DISSCUSION "How Are We Building a Digital State?"
16:40 - 17:30 How to Procure Digitalization Effectively?, hall Ballroom II
More tenders were completed in 2022 than ever before. However, the total number of IT firms that won has decreased. This suggests that public tenders or the state itself as a customer cease to be attractive for companies. The state announces the procurement of IT capacities in the form of dynamic purchasing systems, and it seems that some public authorities are flirting with the idea of procuring software solutions in this way as well. Another phenomenon is the so-called "kamikaze" companies competing with a price that is a fraction of the preliminary value of the contract. The procurer knows that with such contracts he runs the risk of increasing the final value, but when competing on price - and not on quality - his options are considerably limited. So how to increase interest in public procurement? How to eliminate the risks of contract overpricing already in the procurement phase? And how to prevent the delivery of non-functional systems?
Juraj Kadáš,
Ivan Biacovský, attorney
Phantom pains in IT procurement
Ivan Biacovský, attorney
Branislav Hudec, Slovak Public Procurement Office
Pavel Karel, NASES
Michal Rampášek, attorney
DISCUSSION "How to Procure Digitalization Effectively?"
17:15 – 18:05 How to raise private capital for innovations in healthcare?, hall Connections
How can we support Slovak companies and start-ups so that they are able to generate innovations for the healthcare sector? Do we have more ideas and lack of capital in Slovakia? Or is it exactly the opposite? How can we support Slovak companies operating in the healthcare industry so that they have global potential?
Michal Kovačič, moderator
Miroslav Beblavý, CB ESPRI Impact One + Zhiva
Michal Jablonka, Limerock
Sandra Karabelli, Perry Talents
Michal Matúš, Impact Nation Institute
Michal Nešpor, Crowdberry
DISCUSSION "How to get private capital for innovations in healthcare?"
Glass of wine
18:00 – 19:00 ITAPA OPEN TALK: What kind of Slovakia do we want in 2030, hall Ballroom I
What must we do to make our country a self-confident European state with educated and healthy people, successful innovations and modern infrastructure? ITAPA OPEN TALK is open not only to conference participants but also to the general public, all you have to do is register. In the pre-election debate of political party leaders, we will ask about their plans for Slovakia. Come and listen to their discussion, moderated by Zuzana Kovačič Hanzelová.

Admission to ITAPA OPEN TALK IS FREE. It is necessary to register for it via the registration form.

Important!!! If you are already registered as a conference participant or speaker, you do not need to register separately for ITAPA OPEN TALK.
Zuzana Kovačič Hanzelová, moderator
Eduard Heger, Democrats
Peter Pellegrini, HLAS - SD
Veronika Remišová, For the people
Richard Sulík, SASKA
Michal Šimečka, Progresívne Slovensko
DISCUSSION of political party leaders
Glass of wine

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