23. 02. 2021
As already announced, on 10 February 2021, the second e-café took place via the Google Meet platform, where the partners had the opportunity to meet the guarantors and discuss opportunities for cooperation virtually.
Representatives of the state sector, especially the National Cyber and Information Security Agency (NÚKIB), Ministry of Defence (MO), Military Intelligence (VZ), National Agency for Communication and Information Technologies (NAKIT) and others, take part in the organization of the competition.
Representatives of these organizations called on the partners to work together with AFCEA to support the ECSC 2021 in the Czech Republic:
Private companies can get involved by way of partnerships. There are several types of these partnerships, depending on the size of the support. It then enables, for example, the visibility of partners through the Horizon News information portal, where it is possible to have a partner’s logo or profile page. Some partners may appreciate the opportunity to meet with national delegations or to participate in preparations for the event, etc.
The e-café was attended by a number of representatives of Czech companies in the field of cyber security and computing technologies.
If you were unable to attend this virtual meeting for any reason, we offer you the possibility to watch the recording, in which you will learn all the necessary information. This recording can be requested from Mr Pavel Tichý—email: pavel.tichy()ecsc2021.cz or on the phone number +420 605 840 068.
27. 01. 2021
We want to invite you to the second e-café, which will take place on 10 February 2021 at 10 a.m. via Google Meet. We will introduce you to the ECSC 2021 and the possibilities of how you can present your company in the competition. More information about the e-café can be found in this presentation and the Ministry of Defence’s press release.
ECSC 2021 has its first partner
15. 01. 2021
The first partner to support ECSC 2021 is Corpus Solutions a.s., a cyber security expert. They specialize not only in basic cyber security but also in advanced detection of unusual behaviour of systems in the infrastructure and its visualization. It also deals with planning the cyber strategy of organizations and increasing their resilience to modern security threats.
03. 01. 2021
16. 12. 2020
On 16 December 2020, AFCEA Czech Chapter organized an e-café to introduce ECSC 2021 to partners.
The President of AFCEA Czech Chapter, Tomáš Müller, used this occasion and called on partners to support this activity and take the opportunity to raise the profile of their companies in Europe. The director of NÚKIB, the director of Military Intelligence and the government’s commissioner for IT and digitization, approached the private sector to support the prestigious European competition of cyber security teams in the cyber security, ECSC.
More information about the e-café can be found in the press release of the Ministry of Defence, and in the presentation we have prepared for the partners..