SBU representatives tell about project for cooperation with “white hat” hackers
On 3rd Kharkiv International Legal Forum, SBU representatives shared their experience in cooperation with “white hat” hackers to protect critical infrastructure facilities.
The Forum participants discussed the issue of working out mechanisms of localisation and counter-acting to new threats in the information sphere, as well as developing the National Cybersecurity System and the issues of public-private partnership.
Maksym Lytvynov, the first deputy chief of SBU Department of Cyber and Information Security, shared his experience in developing public-private partnership and, using the example of the SBU Situational Centre for Cyber Security, demonstrated successful localisation of the new hybrid threats.
By participation in the event, the SBU Department of Cyber and Information Security made another step towards cooperation with international expert community in the field of information security in the conditions of hybrid aggression against Ukraine.
The SBU representatives, practice leaders and leading experts took part in the Forum, which was held on September, 24-28. The event was organised in cooperation with OSCE, Konrad Adenauer Foundation and European Council.
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