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The ICT Summit will be held on April 29-30, 2015 and shall start with the ministerial session dedicated to cyber security.
The Information Technology and Communication offers us a number of advantages and at the same time makes us more vulnerable to potential dangers in the cyberspace.
Cyber attacks are becoming more frequent and bring new risks and enormous damages to the governmental, private and public sector.
In order to minimize these risks, the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications has developed and proposes for discussions the vision regarding the coherent management of the cyberspace of the Republic of Moldova, which provides secure processing, movement, storage, preservation and accessibility of data in virtual space.
“Risks in digital space can be substantially reduced through a systematic approach of all institutions concerned, creation and operationalisation of a national cyber security system expanded in vital areas. This system is an integral part of the National Security System”,
the Minister of Information Technology and Communications, Pavel Filip considers.
The vision proposed by the MITC is confirmed by international experience in the field and acknowledged by the Government through the approval of the National Strategy for the development of Information Society “Digital Moldova 2020”. “The MITC comes with the initiative to combine the efforts of the institutions to develop a Cyber Security Program in accordance with European practice – the EU Strategy for Cyber Security: an open, safe and secure space, as well as other European documents aimed at security of electronic communication networks and information systems” the Minister Pavel Filip specified.
Thus, the Program actions comply with European principles of ensuring cyber security and are adapted to the legislation, regulations and practices applied in the Republic of Moldova, taking into account available resources, which cover two dimensions: institutional and regulatory. Following discussions within the summit, the cyber security program is to be completed and submitted for approval to the Government.
For registration, Moldova ICT Summit 2015 agenda, information regarding the sessions and speakers and other relevant details, see: www.moldovaictsummit.md.
Participation in the ICT Summit is the most important ICT event of the year, which brings together representatives of the Government, competent institutions, academic and business environment, development partners, civil society, local and international experts. The meeting provides a unique platform for discussions and exchange of views on the latest developments in the ICT sector, the existent problems and possibilities for overcoming them in order to develop a knowledge-based economy through the use of modern technologies and communications.
This event is organized every spring for the 15th consecutive year, starting in format of annual exhibition ComInfo and technical-scientific Conference BIT +. Since 2009 it was reformatted in Moldova ICT Summit and organized by the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications jointly with the National Association of ICT Companies, in partnership with USAID CEED II project, Center for Electronic Governance, Ministry of Education of the Republic of Moldova, UN Women, Microsoft Moldova, Orange Moldova, HP, DAAC System Integrator, Endava, Huawei, Intel. Media Partners: MediaTIC, Allmoldova, Diez, UNIMEDIA. Business Media Partner: AGORA. Exclusive online partner: Simpals.