CISCO Cisco is the worldwide leader in networking and changes the way people connect, communicate and cooperate. Since the very beginning of the company's existence, it focuses all efforts to answer to customers' specific needs. Cisco is one of the largest global IT companies and a dominating player in the field of network elements. Apart from networking technologies, Cisco develops and offers its own teamwork systems or multifunctional systems allowing to transmit data, voice and video with centralized web management and administration. More than 90 % of all internet data passes through Cisco products. Last year, Cisco successfully combined their experience with cyber safety with newly acquired technologies called Cognitive Threat Analytics, represented by the Czech company Cognitive Security, as well as with Advanced Malware Protection (AMP), originally developed by Sourcefire. This allows us to provide protection for every phase of a cyber-attack: before, during and after. The newest feature in Cisco security solutions is a new generation of firewalls combining time-proven firewall technologies with new generation Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) and Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) technologies.

Sefira SEFIRA is a stable supplier of IT solutions and services. They focus on supplying enterprise solutions, development of specialized information systems, security of enterprise applications (mobile security, authentication, PKI, database security), and provision of services in the areas of systems integration, and design and implementation of enterprise infrastructure. They are the author and supplier of a solution for the management and archival of electronic documents, OBELISK Archive, and a provider of a service for verifying the validity of digital certificates, CertReview. SEFIRA has customers in finance, insurance, energy, industry and public administration.

McAfee McAfee is the world’s largest dedicated security technology company. Delivering proactive and proven solutions and services that help secure systems and networks around the world, McAfee protects consumers and businesses of all sizes from the latest malware and emerging online threats. Our solutions are designed to work together, integrating antimalware, antispyware, and antivirus software with security management features that deliver unsurpassed real-time visibility and analytics, reduce risk, ensure compliance, improve Internet security, and help businesses achieve operational efficiencies. Backed by an award-winning research team, McAfee security technologies use a unique, predictive capability that is powered by McAfee Global Threat Intelligence — enabling home users and businesses to stay one step ahead of online threats.

secunet secunet is one of the leading German IT security providers with a wide range of products and solutions. Highly sensible information deserve the highest level of protection – secunet’s flagship product line SINA comprises Gateways, Line Encryptors, Management and various mobile Clients suitable for use in the Defence Sector.

Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (, the worldwide leader in securing the Internet, provides customers with uncompromised protection against all types of threats, reduces security complexity and lowers total cost of ownership. Check Point first pioneered the industry with FireWall-1 and its patented stateful inspection technology. Today, Check Point continues to develop new innovations based on the Software Blade Architecture, providing customers with flexible and simple solutions that can be fully customized to meet the exact security needs of any organization. Check Point is the only vendor to go beyond technology and define security as a business process. Check Point 3D Security uniquely combines policy, people and enforcement for greater protection of information assets and helps organizations implement a blueprint for security that aligns with business needs. Customers include tens of thousands of organizations of all sizes, including all Fortune and Global 100 companies. Check Point's award-winning ZoneAlarm solutions protect millions of consumers from hackers, spyware and identity theft.

Simac Technik ČR, a.s. Simac Technik ČR, a.s. is a subsidiary of the Dutch multinational holding Simac Technik N.V., which is present on the European IT market. Company has done business in the Czech Republic since 1994; throughout its activities on the Czech market, it has become one of the leading domestic integrators in the field of design, implementation and maintenance of ICT infrastructure, network administration, ICT security and data backup. The overriding aim of company is to provide clients with both superior products and services, strive for the best possible understanding of their needs (based on our long-term expertise) and closely co-operate with them on the defining of their needs and their subsequent fulfilment. Simac Technik ČR is a technology independent system integrator providing Services in the ICT environment. System integration provided by Simac Technik ČR involves comprehensive solutions of customers’ needs, which integrate infrastructure, security, management and applications, primarily with regard to the functioning of systems, instead of delivering third-party products.

Tabernus, LLC Tabernus is a leading provider of data erasure software and hardware products used by companies of all sizes to completely remove all data from hard drive storage devices.

Tabernus has been formally certified for government use to securely erase protectively marked data after independent testing carried out by QinetiQ, a British global defence technology company under contract to the Government’s Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG). Tabernus partners include the OEM, Defence, Public/Private Sector, Health Care and IT Recycling and Disposal sectors. Tabernus Data Erasure software is one of only a few companies that offer a full suite of products for the erasure of everything from PC’s and laptops, through to Enterprise Storage shelves, mobile phones and Tablets.

Rittal Czech Rittal Czech, s.r.o. is a daughter company of Rittal GmbH & Co. KG, a leading global provider of solutions for industrial enclosures, power distribution, climate control and IT infrastructure, plus software and services. The company’s broad portfolio includes complete solutions for modular and energy-efficient data centres: from innovative security concepts for data systems to physical data and system security for IT infrastructures. Founded in 1961, Rittal is now active worldwide with 11 production sites, 64 subsidiaries and 40 agencies. With 10,000 employees worldwide, Rittal is the largest company in the owner-operated Friedhelm Loh Group, based in Haiger, Germany. The entire group employs more than 11,500 people and generated revenues of about € 2.2 billion in 2013. Further information at and

Symantec Symantec protects the world’s information, and is a global leader in security, backup and availability solutions. Our innovative products and services protect people and information in any environment – from the smallest mobile device, to the enterprise data center, to cloud-based systems. Our world-renowned expertise in protecting data, identities and interactions gives our customers confidence in a connected world. More information is available at or by connecting with Symantec at:

ALEF NULA ALEF NULA, member of ALEF Group, provides comprehensive services in the field of information and communication technologies. Since 1994, the company has been a leading supplier of Cisco Systems solutions. The ALEF NULA Company pride themselves on a broad technological base and top technical experts. The combination of technological facilities, experts and the status of Cisco Certified Learning Partner provides a wide base, which makes it possible for ALEF NULA to offer their customers the best platform for providing high level of support and developing their services. Not only in the Czech Republic but also at the level of EMEA, partners as well as the manufacturer appreciate the unique possibility of combining theoretical knowledge gained in the Cisco training activities with practical knowledge resulting from the completed projects. All this is evidenced by the company's dominant market position, Cisco Worldwide Top Innovator award, and the status of Cisco Gold Partner.

Spectra Group Spectra Group (UK) is a leading provider of voice and data services in areas where either none exist or where high intensity conflicts, natural disasters, pandemics or terrorist attacks may have destroyed existing networks

PricewaterhouseCoopers PwC helps organisations and individuals create the value they’re looking for. We’re a network of firms in 157 countries with more than 184,000 people who are committed to delivering quality in assurance, tax and advisory services. PwC refers to the PwC network and/or one or more of its member firms, each of which is a separate legal entity.

Defence and Security Industry Association It is an interest association of more than 100 corporate bodies dealing with military and security material and services. DSIA main activities: • Representation of defense and security industry of the Czech Republic. • Coordination with the Government and other state bodies. • Active participation in defense and security policy generation. • Support of export, marketing and PR activities. • Protection of members’ interests home and abroad. • Representation in international organizations. • Support and coordination of research, development and testing.

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    • Future threats, military cooperation and future challenges
    • Building a perspective of the future armed forces
    • Security policy and military strategy in a dynamically evolving international environment
    • Cyber defence strategy now and in the future

    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for VIP “Phishing attack“ CIRC live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 214
    Chairman: Mr. Petr JIRÁSEK, Czech Cyber Security Working Group (CZE)

    Future threats, future cyber forces, military cooperation and future challenges.

    • Keynote speech: Future threats and necessary military capabilities in the coming years GENERAL Petr PAVEL, Chief, General Staff of the Czech Armed Forces (CZE)
    • Keynote speech: Future cyber forces, military cooperation and future challenges MGEN. Thomas FRANZ, Deputy Chief of Staff, CIS and Cyber Defence, SHAPE (GER)
    • Security Policy and Military Strategy in a Dynamically Evolving International Environment: How to Respond to Future Threats and Challenges? LTGEN. (Ret.) Kurt HERRMANN, President of the Clausewitz-Society (GER)
    • Czech Law on Cyber – experiences from legislation process Mr. Tomáš KLADÍVKO, Senator, Czech Parliament (CZE)
    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for VIP “Phishing attack“ CIRC live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 214
    • Q&A Period

    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for Managers “Phishing attack“ Demonstration of attack, detection, analysis, Q&A discussionMasaryk University live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 212
    Chairman: LTCOL. (Ret.) Robert KOSLA, Regional Director, Public Safety, National Security, Defense, Microsoft Central and Eastern Europe HQ (POL)

    Cyber Defence Strategy now and in the future. How to buy cyber technologies? The ability of armed forces to respond to security crisis of the 21st century

    • Keynote speech: Definition of the role and tasks of National Armaments office in the following years, and the specifics of the acquisition process in cyber defence Mr. Tomáš DVOŘÁČEK, Deputy Director, National Armaments Office (CZE)
    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for Managers “Wi-Fi – Nothing is Free” Demonstration of attack, detection, analysis, Q&A discussionCIRC live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 214
    • Building and Perspective use of the armed forces in a global context - ability of the armed forces to respond to security crises in the 21st century BGEN. (Ret.) František MIČÁNEK, Director, Centre for Security & Military Strategic Studies, Defence University of Brno (CZE)
    • The aspects of security and national sovereignty tactical communications Mr. Pavel ŠALANDA, General Manager Rohde & Schwarz – Praha, Member of AOBP (CZE)
    • Tactical IP Radios in Battlefields Mr. Michala REMPER, Cisco Systems Czech Republic (CZE)
    • Q&A Period
    Mr. Petr JIRÁSEK, Chairman, Czech Cyber Security Working Group (CZE)


    • Crisis management as a way to cope with threats and disasters
    • Future business opportunities in security and crisis management
    • Status of critical information infrastructure identification in the Czech Republic
    • How subject of the critical information
    Chairman: BGen (Ret) Leif KÜLLER, Senior Advisor, SECANA AZ (SWE)

    Crisis management as a way to cope with threats and disasters.

    • Welcome Mr. Jaroslav PEJČOCH, Vice-Chairman, Czech Cyber Security Working Group (CZE)
    • New challenges in ensuring the civil protection in the coming years Mr. Bohuslav CHALUPA, Member of Parliament, Deputy Chairman of the Defense Committee and Chairman of the Permanent Commission for Control of Military Intelligence (CZE)
    • Keynote speech: What we have learned in past 20 years and what is ahead BGEN. Miloš SVOBODA, General Directorate, Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic (CZE)
    • Keynote speech: Crisis Management from Military perspective – lessons learned LTGEN. (Ret.) Robert SHEA, USMC, President CIRC International (USA)
    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for Managers “Phishing attack“ Demonstration of attack, detection, analysis, Q&A discussionCIRC live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 214
    Chairman: COL. (Rtd.) John DOODY, Strategic Cyber Security Adviser (GBR)

    What we may expect in a future? How to prepare for it?

    • Keynote speech: How to keep up with future threats New Threats, New Risks and New Opportunities require Worldwide Collaboration with Dedicated People as a Key Factor solving these Challenges and establishing Relevant Education and Communication across bordersK. Harald DRAGER, President TIEMS
    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for Managers “Phishing attack“ Demonstration of attack, detection, analysis, Q&A discussionMasaryk University live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 212
    • 2014 Security Report Mr. Daniel ŠAFÁŘ, CEO, Check Point Technologies (CZE)
    • Blackout – a New Situation for City or Prague – Exercise 2014 Mr. Josef JURÁNEK, City of Prague (CZE)
    • Droughts in Europe? Mr. Filip CHUCHMA, Czech Hydro meteorological Institute (CZE)
    • Protection against advanced malware Mr. Ivo NĚMEČEK, CTO, CISCO Systems (CZE)Mr. Jiří TESAŘ, Cyber Expert, CISCO Systems (CZE)
    • Q&A Period
    Chairman: Dr. Oldřich KRULÍK, Vice dean, Faculty of Security Management, Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague

    Our critical infrastructure is more and more critical for our daily life and sustainability of our civilization.

    • New perspectives on critical infrastructure in terms of future threats COL. Daniel MIKLÓS, General Directorate, Fire Rescue Service of the Czech Republic (CZE)
    • Critical infrastructure protection – lessons learned, future threats & challenges Mr. Tudor GHEORGHITA, Cyber Security Specialist, Romanian Secret Service (ROM)Mr. Alexandru BUHUS, Cyber Security Specialist, Romanian Secret Service (ROM)
    • Adopting a role of the Critical Infrastructure Subject: Burdens, Problems, Challenges, Benefits Mr. Tomáš KLAČER, MERO ČR (CZE)
    • Status of critical information infrastructure identification in the Czech Republic Daniel P. BAGGE, National Cyber Security Centre (CZE)
    • How Integration between Various Security Solutions Can Catch Targeted and Advanced Persistent Threats Mr. Ján KVASNIČKA, Territory Account Manager, Symantec (SVK)
    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for Managers “Wi-Fi – Nothing is Free” Demonstration of attack, detection, analysis, Q&A discussionCIRC live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 214
    • Q&A Period
    Chairman: LTCOL. Kamil HALOUZKA, Ph.D., Communication and Information Systems Department, University of Defense, Brno (CZE)

    What are the future security concepts, trends, challenges and technologies? What kind of security threats we have to expect?

    • Maintaining BLOS communications using latest technologies Mr. Steff TAYLOR, Head of Business Development, Spectra Group (GBR)
    • Non-nuclear EMP as unavoidable considered risk in CIS risk management process Mr. Adnan KULOVAC, Head of CIS security department, National Security Authority of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BIH)
    • How to manage your data erasure challenges Mr. Daniel DYER, Vice President of Global Operations, Tabernus (GBR)
    • Security-as-a-Service and other alternatives to cyber security Mr. Tomáš PLUHAŘÍK, Manager, PwC (CZE)
    • Future Threats and expected security solutions – technological trends COL. (Ret.) Dr. Robert CHILDS, President of iCLEARllc, former Chancellor, National defense University iCollege (USA)
    • Q&A Period
    Mr. Jaroslav PEJČOCH, Vice-chairman, Czech Cyber Security Working Group (CZE)


    • Cyber security visions & challenges
    • New cyber security strategy & legislation framework
    • Cyber education and international cooperation
    • Examining active cyber defence in deterrence and conflict escalation
    • Future threats, expected solutions and poten
    Chairman: Mr. Petr JIRÁSEK, Chairman, Czech Cyber Security Working Group (CZE)

    What goals are ahead in cyber security? What future vision we have to declare?

    • Keynote speech: New Cyber Security Strategy of the Czech Republic Mr. Dušan NAVRÁTIL, Director, National Security Authority (CZE)
    • Keynote speech: International cooperation in cyber security Mr. Mihály ZALA, President, National Security Authority (HUN)
    • Cyber Security - The Human element and the best practices LTCOL. Paulo Almeida ARAÚJO, National Security Authority (PRT)
    • Are National Doctrines effective for Cyber Defense and should NSA’s stay behind security trends? LTCOL. (Ret) Robert KOSLA, Regional Director Public Safety & National Security, Microsoft Central & Eastern Europe (POL)
    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for Managers “Phishing attack“ Demonstration of attack, detection, analysis. Communication, cooperation, sharing information among other CIRT teams. Q&A discussion.National Centrum of Cyber Security @ Masaryk University live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 212
    • Q&A Period
    Chairman: MGen. (Ret.) Frans J.H. PICAVET, Former Director NC3 Staff, General Manager NCOC2 (NGL)

    How many cyber experts and well trained end-users we will need? What core skills they will need? How we will educate them quickly and effectively?

    • Keynote speech: Cybersecurity Education, Training, and Workforce Development in the US: The Federal View and National Impact Dr. Robert D CHILDS (COL. Ret.), President of iCLEAR, LLC, former Chancellor, National defense University iCollege (USA)
    • Cyber Security Education in the Czech Republic Mr. Vladimír ROHEL, Director National Cyber Security Centre (CZE)
    • Need of synergy in education in the field of cyber security and internet safety Dr. Šárka SOUDKOVÁ, Ph.D., Manager for Cyber Security, National Centre for Secure Internet (CZE)
    • Demonstration of Cyber attack for Managers “Wi-Fi – Nothing is Free” Demonstration of attack, detection, analysis. Communication, cooperation, sharing information among other CIRT teams. Q&A discussion.National Centrum of Cyber Security @ CIRC live demo stand: VHII, Stand Nr. 214
    • Q&A Period
    Chairman: Air Commodore (Rtd.) Bruce WYNN, Cyber Expert, Member of Cyber Committee CIRC International (GBR)

    What are the current security trends? Are current security solutions ready for future threats? Do we need standardization for security solutions?

    • Examining Active Cyber Defence in Deterrence and Conflict Escalation COL. (Ret.) Jeffrey L. CATON, USAF, President, Kepler Strategies LLC (USA)
    • How to fulfill the cyber-security law compliance and gain more security intelligence? Mr. Petr Hněvkovský, ArcSight Specialist, Hewlett-Packard (CZE)
    • Mobility versus Security – How to meet security demands and user expectations Mr. Holger Kalnischkies, Secunet (GER)
    • The databases vulnerabilities and protection of sensitive data Mr. Michal LUKANIČ, Oracle DB Specialist SefiraMr. Jan STRNAD, Presales Engineer McAfee, Intel (CZE)
    • Keynote speech: Future threats, expected solutions and potential business opportunities MGen. (Ret.) Frans J.H. PICAVET, Former Director NC3 Staff, General Manager NCOC2 (NGL)
    • Q&A Period
    Mr. Petr JIRÁSEK, Chairman, Czech Cyber Security Working Group (CZE)
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