17-19 October 2018, Belgrade, Serbia
In the period 17 – 19 October, in Belgrade, Serbia, The Atlantic Club of Bulgaria, in cooperation with the Atlantic Council of Serbia and with the support of the NATO Science for Peace Program, organized the international seminar “Fundamental Readiness in Cyber Defense in the Balkans (FRCDB)”. The seminar provided the participation of many politicians, diplomats and experts from more than 10 countries, international organizations (OSCE, OECD), as well as NGOs in the area of the cyber security.
The main goal of event was to facilitate the importance of regional and international cooperation among the participants within NATO and partner countries in the SEE region. The workshop enhanced an essential component in building fundamental readiness for resilience to cyber threats and cyber terrorism, by sifting the cyber defense capabilities in the Balkan region. The event focused on five main priorities: cyber defense situational awareness, critical information infrastructure protection, cyber security capacity, culture and policies building, and sharing the best practices through presenting new technology by the cyber security local and international industry.