Monday, November 23, 2009

Cyber Security in Serbia

Last week I participated in the Security in Cyber Space Conference in Belgrade, Serbia (organized by MoD and the Jefferson Institute). I was invited to give a short high-level introduction to patriotic hacking as one of the things that might have national security implications in cyberspace.

The conference covered a lot of ground in a short time, mostly focusing on Serbian experience so far and plans for the future. Other guests represented EUCOM, Middlesex University and Norvegian Defence Research Establishment.

For those of you who have never been to Belgrade, I recommend the Belgrade Fortress, which also includes the Military Museum. Unfortunately, most texts in the museum are in Serbian, but they do have many interesting items on display (ticket roughly 1 EUR).

1 comment:

  1. Hello
    I'm from Serbia, but I use free POS system software from USA
    I want to improve my security here. How can I do it?