Csaba Krasznay is an associate professor at the Ludovika University of Public Service with cybersecurity and cyber warfare being his field of research. Besides his activities in higher education, he is present on the market as well. He obtained a CISA certification in 2005, CISM and CISSP in 2006, CEH in 2008, ISO 27001 Lead Auditor in 2012 and CSSLP in 2015. He is a board member of the Voluntary Cyberdefence Cooperation, member of ISACA Budapest Chapter, Magyary Zoltán E-government Association, Hungarian Association of Military Science, Scientific Association for Infocommunications and the Hungarian Association for Electronic Signature.
New challenges in cyberspace, such as the artificial intelligence explosion, the Russian-Ukrainian war or the requirements of the NIS2 Directive, can only be effectively addressed if the public sector works more closely with market players, in particular security operation centres, which are a priority in European public cybersecurity policies. In practice, however, there are a number of obstacles to this cooperation, which will be briefly reviewed in this presentation, including a possible way forward.