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The III International Scientific and Technical Conference "Information Security in a Modern Society" was launched at the Lviv State University of Life Safety

Published: 29.11.2018, 15:11

On November 29, the 3rd International Scientific and Technical Conference "Information Security in a Modern Society" was launched at Lviv State University of Life Safety. It  will last for two days. The conference is held with the support of the State Service of Ukraine for Emergencs, Lviv National Polytechnic University, Krakow Polytechnic (Poland), National Technical University "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Technological and Humanistic Academy of Bielsko-Biała (Poland).

The program committee of the conference includes leading specialists and researchers in the field of information and cybernetic security from various educational institutions of Ukraine, as well as from countries such as Poland, the Netherlands, the United States of America, Nepal and Spain, as well as representatives of IT firms in Lviv SoftServe and Uniservice.

"It is very pleasant to see that your institution is developing fast and keeping up to date. The opening of such a direction as cybersecurity is extremely relevant, it is the cyber security specialists who are extremely important both in the work of a small IT company and in the work of the whole country, and the world. It is very good that these specialists are currently being trained at our University, and I am sure that your students will find a very good job in Ukraine and abroad. It is also nice that such conferences tackle current issues and problems," said in an interview Martha Romanyak, Chief of the Information Technology Department of the Lviv City Council.

The conference addresses the issues of information security management, information security of computer networks, technical protection of information and information security of banking structures. During the conference it is planned to listen and discuss 35 different reports of the participants.

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