Prague Cyber Security Conference follows the previous iterations of Prague 5G Security Conference, which were focused on the security of 5G and the next-generation networks, and in the 2021 iteration, also the security of Emerging and Disruptive Technologies. The Prague Cyber Security Conference aims to move the discussion towards the topic of securing supply chains of technologies and infrastructure societies and economies are relying on.
Prague Cyber Security Conference is held on the first day of EU Secure and Innovative Digital Future event (3-4 November 2022) in Prague. This event will be organized during the Czech presidency in the Council of the European Union.
Prague Cyber Security Conference is a global conference focusing on cyber security of supply chains. The conference is organized by the National Cyber and Information Security Agency of the Czech Republic (NÚKIB), the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic, Ministry of Industry and Trade, and in cooperation with Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The conference will be held 3 November 2022 in a hybrid form (limited physical participation in Prague with a parallel virtual track available).
The second day of the event, Towards Secure and Innovate Ecosystem, will be focusing on fostering and sustaining a secure and innovative digital ecosystem, as well as on the issue of artificial intelligence and data economy in the EU, including trusted free flow of data outside the EU.
The aim of the conference is to look ahead and discuss regulatory, strategic and policy implications of supply chains and their impact on security of critical technologies and infrastructure in the context of national security. Furthermore, secure and innovative digital ecosystem for artificial intelligence as well as European data sharing regulatory framework will be discussed. The intent of the conference is to foster security-oriented discussion about supply chains and data security as a fundamental prerequisite for far reaching societal, economic and national security developments in the future. At the same time, the objective is to continue sharing of lessons learned in implementing risk assessments and frameworks related to supply chain and data security that have been developed over the past years at the national and regional levels.
In this context, we invite you to visit the Prague 5G Repository, a virtual library dedicated to the exchange of concrete existing tools, measures and instruments that States have developed to tackle the challenges connected with 5G and the next-generation networks challenges. You can find there, among others, also the Prague Proposals, outcomes of the previous iterations of the Prague 5G Security Conference. The Repository is only available to the community of the Prague 5G Security Conference.