The Kosciuszko Institute launched a new initiative addressed to young, ambitious and visionary students interested in strategic and interdisciplinary aspects of cybersecurity
We warmly invite MA and PhD students to take part in the CALL FOR PAPERS on challenges in cyberspace within such domains as international relations, economy, national security, defence, etc.
The 5th European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC 2019 will be held on 29 – 30 OCTOBER 2019 in Poland
Once a year, the mesmerizing city of Krakow becomes the European centre for strategic discussions on cybersecurity, a place of inspiring debates, presentations and informal conversations. Authors of 3 best papers will be invited to take part in the specially dedicated panel discussion entitled Young Cybersecurity Leaders looking Ahead during the European Cybersecurity Forum – CYBERSEC. CYBERSEC is a public policy conference dedicated to the pivotal aspects of cyberspace and cybersecurity. CYBERSEC gathers more than 1,000 participants from around the world, including political decision-makers, diplomats, experts, business leaders and academic researchers.
Winners are being granted:
– VIP pass for the whole conference including travel & accommodation and unlimited networking opportunities,
– Invitation for afterhours events, e.g. CYBERSEC Banquet,
– Publication of their articles in the European Cybersecurity Journal.
The authors of the best articles, presented at the CYBERSEC 2018 are:
- Amit Elazari - UC Berkeley School of Law
"Private Ordering Shaping Cybersecurity Policy: The Case of Bug Bounties"
- Ginevra Fontana - Master's Student in International Security Studies at Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna & University of Trento. Selected Student at Collegio Clesio. Collaborator at the Center for Cyber Security and International Relations Studies of the University of Florence. Particularly interested in Armed Conflicts, Cybersecurity, Arms Trade and Terrorism Studies.
"Error 404: Drone Not Found Smartphones as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles’ Ground Control Stations: an overview of cyber-related vulnerabilities"
- Kateryna Isirova - PhD Student at V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Computer science department. Research field: information security, post-quantum cryptography.
"Blockchain technology as the perspective instrument for ensuring electronic trusted services in conditions of cyberthreats"
- Isabella Oldani - PhD candidate at the School of International Studies of the University of Trento (Italy). Her research mainly focuses on data protection issues in relation to EU data export restrictions. She is currently a visiting research student at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies of the Queen Mary University of London where she is working alongside the Cloud Legal Project. Previously, she has worked for an international law firm in Milan and interned at the Permanent Mission of Italy to the United Nations in Vienna.
"The (un)desirable consequences of the (extra)territorial scope of the General Data Protection Regulation"