The CEO of NRD Cyber Security Dr Vilius Benetis was in Geneva for the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2017 yesterday. He contributed to the panel on “Responding to Cyber Threats: Establishing an Effective Computer Incident Response Team”, by Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE). It was our great honor and pleasure to be a part of this interesting and active discussion, and, if you wish to learn more about it, keep an eye on the organiser's website - the recording should be available soon:
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Meet NRD Cyber Security at the World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) Forum 2017, taking place on 12-16 June in Geneva, Switzerland. On Thursday, 15 June, our CEO Dr Vilius Benetis will participate as a panelist in the workshop on “Responding to Cyber Threats: Establishing an Effective Computer Incident Response Team”, by Global Forum on Cyber Expertise (GFCE).
Today our CEO Dr Vilius Benetis was invited to a live broadcast at Lithuanian National Radio and Television (LRT) to share his expert opinion on current cyber security situation in Lithuania and Globally. The recording of the broadcast (in Lithuanian):
“I think that in Lithuania organisations still lack understanding that top management is responsible for cyber security. Information infrastructure that is not properly protected and looked after harms organization’s activities and reputation, especially if such organisation handles and stores sensitive personal data of Lithuanian citizens”, commented our CEO Dr Vilius Benetis in an article on the state of cyber security in Lithuania (in Lithuanian):
NRD Cyber Security and Vilnius University team is excited to host Oxford Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre that is currently conducting Lithuania's cyber security maturity assessment. We are grateful for the valuable contributions from public and private sectors, law enforcement, banks and academia. And special thanks personally to Professor Michael Goldsmith, Maria Bada, and Carolin Weisser. We are privileged to contribute to cyber security capacity building efforts in Lithuania!