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Gabriel Fedorko

IT Secretary of the Association of Slovakia and former manager of Microsoft Slovakia have been working on the development of IT industry in Slovakia since 1991. In the beginning of his professional career he worked in the field of forecasting studies. He has been involved in the development of modern and innovative IT to improve business and user business. He contributed to the development of modern Internet technologies in customer solutions and hybrid Clouds. Since 1994 he has worked at Poštová banka at various executive and management positions. He was in charge of running IT services, setting up and developing a bank's Internet business, and then worked as CEO of the Bank's IT division. In 2001 he joined Microsoft's branch office in …
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Milan Ftáčnik

Slovak Information Society
Since r. 1980  until now he has been working as a university teacher at the Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics of Comenius University in Bratislava. He specializes in image processing and computer vision. He works at the Department of Applied Informatics, FMFI UK. From 1990 to 2002 he served as a member of the National Council of the Slovak Republic, in 1998-2002 as Minister of Education. In 2006-2010 he was the mayor of Bratislava-Petržalka and in 2010-2014 mayor of Bratislava. He was also a member of the municipal and regional councils. Since 2015 he has been the Chairman of the Slovak Information Society and a member of the Presidency of the Council of European Information Society. He is also a member of the Government Co…
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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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Milan Ištván

Partnerships for Prosperity
Milan Ištván studied journalism in Bratislava and Paris. In the years 1998 to 2002, he was the youngest member of the National Assembly of the Slovak Republic, dealing with topics such as Internet for schools, liberalization of the telecommunications market, and the law on electronic signatures. Since 2002, in the civil association Partnerships for Prosperity (PPP), he has been dedicated to supporting the informatization of society. He is a member of the Government Council of the Slovak Republic for the digitization of public administration and the single digital market and several working groups dedicated to eGovernment, Broadband and the implementation of EU funds in the digital field.
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Rastislav Janota

Rastislav Janota has more than 20 years of experience in the IT and telecommunications sector. During his professional career, he held several expert and top managerial positions in the field of ICT and cyber security both in the private sector and in public administration, both in Slovakia and in various countries abroad. Since September 1, 2023, he has been working as a special envoy of the NBU for cyber security at the Embassy of the Slovak Republic in Washington, D.C., USA.
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Radoslav Repa

expert on digital transformation
Radoslav Repa started his professional career as a civil servant in the Government Office of the Slovak Republic where he later worked as a Director of the Department for Electronic and Network Services, mostly focusing on network management of the governmental Govnet network and the Central Digital Portal of Public Administration providing electronic services for citizens and businesses, which he helped to launch in 2006. Then he served in the Foreign Ministry as a consultant for corporate IT systems development and ICT structural funds manager. From early 2009 he worked in the Slovak Permanent Representation in Brussels as a digital and cyber attaché, advocating the national interests and negotiating the agreed positions on strategi…
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Róbert Gálik

Atos IT Solutions and Services
Ing. Robert Gálik, MBA graduated from the Faculty of Management and Marketing at the University of Žilina. He received an MBA from The Open University in London. From 2012 until 2019 he held the position of Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors and CEO in the Slovak Post and later became CEO in the IT company Atos IT Solutions and Services s.r.o.  In the past he worked in various managerial  positions in the private banking, IT and insurance sectors.
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Andrej Aleksiev

Kreston Slovakia
Andrej Aleksiev is a partner in the consulting group Kreston Slovakia, where he manages the technology and cybersecurity department. After graduating from university in Italy and completing his PhD studies in Russia, he returned home to Slovakia, where he has been working in information technology for over 13 years. He is married, has 2 children and among other things enjoys ethical hacking and using state-of-the-art technologies to combat cyber attacks. As a philanthropist, he also supports activities outside of his profession, such as building a life-size bronze statue of Bratislava's great W. Kempelen in Bratislava.
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