He is a graduate of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of STU. He was involved in the creation of the first contactless payment cards in Slovakia, founded competence centers for fraud prevention, predictive modeling and detection of cyber threats and participated in the development of payment systems via mobile phones.
Ivan Makatura, Competence and Certification Center SK-CERT
Martin Florián, MIRDI
Andrej Bederka, ITAS
Ivan Kotuliak, STU, Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies
Roman Baranovič, Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic
Cyber and information security trends in the public sector | Medzinárodný kongres ITAPA 2021: Ako sa stať najlepším?The current state of cyber security in the public sector.
What changes and improvements in cybersecurity management have been made over the last year.
Current trends in cyber threats and attacks?
Upcoming steps and initiatives for cyber security management in public administration.
Planned reforms for cyber security in the Recovery and Resilience Plan.
Branislav Boháčik, Generálna prokuratúra SR
Martin Florian, Ministerstvo investícií, regionálneho rozvoja a informatizácie SR
Rastislav Janota, Národné centrum kybernetickej bezpečnosti SK-CERT
Jaroslav Oster, súdny znalec v IT odvetviach
Martin Florian (KPMG) will focus on how the state could improve the quality of its data so that we can trust them. Consequently the discussion will focus on the systematic measurement of data quality and benchmarking of information systems in public administration, introducing new methodology and basic indicators. Marek Šurek (xIT) will look at the possibility of interconnecting data with each other, which would allow the creation of a central data model. At the end of the discussion, Tomáš Kysela (ÚPVII) will think about how to improve data quality in practice.