Date: 1 October 2018
Bucharest Security Conference 2018
Krzysztof Kamiński, President of the Warsaw Institute, took part in the panel on Responses to Cyber and Hybrid Threats.
The National University of Political Studies and Public Administration (SNSPA) organized the third edition of the Bucharest Security Conference. This year’s conference, which took place on September 27-29, was devoted to the latest developments in security and evolving threats on the Euro-Atlantic border, and NATO’s decisions to respond to them.
During the session Responses to Cyber and Hybrid Threats, Krzysztof Kamiński, President of Warsaw Institute, presented contemporary cyber security threats in the power industry and ideas of the sector to combat them. The session was also attended by: Sorin Ducaru (Assistant Secretary General, NATO); Mădălina Teodorescu (Deputy CEO of Piraeus Bank Romania); Dan Sultănescu (Executive Director of the Center for Civic Participation and Democracy, Romania); Adrian Victor Vevera (National Institute for Research and Development in IT, Romania); Vitalie Sîli (Information and Security Service, Moldova).
The goal of the BSC is to strengthen the NATO presence in the region and to raise awareness of the key role of the Alliance for the security of Central and Eastern Europe. The BSC gathers high-level decision makers, scientists and experts who will provide strategic reflection on the Alliance’s common problems and challenges.