Today, 18th March, ENISA's Executive Director, Professor Udo Helmbrecht, took part in the informal meeting on cybersecurity, of the four Visegrad Countries ( Hungary, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia). The meeting was organized by the Hungarian government and took place in the Hungarian Ministry of National Development, in Budapest.
Among the key points of the meeting’s agenda were:
- Common cybersecurity criteria of the secure governmental IT cloud system
- Cybersecurity cooperation among the Visegrad countries
- Cybersecurity exercises
- Joint action in the Horizon 2020 Research and Development projects
Professor Helmbrecht presented ENISA's activities in 2014 and the Agency’s future plans.
*Picture: ENISA Executive Director, Professor Udo Helmbrecht, Mr. Balázs Károly Solymár, deputy state secretary responsible for infocommunication, Ministry of National Development, Mrs. Réka Szemerkényi, ambassador, chief advisor in security and energy to the prime minister, cybercoordinator, Prime Minister's Office and Dr. Ferenc Suba, Senior Advisor, National Cybersecurity Coordination, Council Prime Minister's Office
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