Presentation on theme: "The new Hungarian cybersecurity landscape Dr. Ferenc Suba Vice-Chair, European Network and Information Security Agency Chairman, National CERT Working."— Presentation transcript:
The new Hungarian cybersecurity landscape Dr. Ferenc Suba Vice-Chair, European Network and Information Security Agency Chairman, National CERT Working Group National Cybersecurity Coordination Council Senior advisor, Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of the Interior
Hungarian Cybersecurity Govt. Institutions, Cybsec. Govt. Inst.: as defined by E-Information Security Act No. 50 of the Year 2013 Nat. Cybsec. Coord. Council (Prime Minister’s Office, national coordination) Cybersecurity Authority (Ministry of National Development, assessment and supervision) National Security Office (Ministry of Public Administration and Justice, vulnerability handling by request) CERTs: –Government Incident Handling Centre (CERT-Hungary, operated by Special Service of National Security) –CIP CERT (operated by General Directorate for National Catastrophy Management) –Specialised CERTs (e.g. MoD, Media and Telco Regulator)
Hungarian National Cybersecurity Strategy Represents the highest level of committment /Prime Minister’s Office resp. for the implementation - chair (János Lázár state secretary) + cybercoordinator (Réka Szemerkényi ambassador) + senior advisor (Ferenc Suba)/ Main foci: coordination within the government + inclusion of non-state key players + implementation of action plan Structure: National Cybersecurity Coordination Council (ministerial and expert level, relevant ministries + authorities), National Cybersecurity Forum (business, academia, NGOs at CEO level), Working Groups (senior expert level, e.g. e-Government, Homeland Security, CERT)
National Cybersecurity Action Plan Draft finalised by the working groups Government officials + private experts delegated by the Forum Main areas: coordination of operational work, international relations, government IT projects, R & D, education, business incentives
Child Protection in the Cybersecurity Strategy Definiton of cyberspace: infrastructure + socio-economic processes Defintion of cybersecurity: state + process (political, legal, economic, educational, awareness raising, technical tools) Values, vision, objectives: Hungarian cyberspace = secure and reliable environment: a) for individuals and communities, to ensure social development and integration through free and secure communication guaranteeing the protection of personal information, c) for future generations, to ensure value-based education and the collection of experiences resulting in healthy, undisturbed mental development, Hungary declares the following objectives: e) to ensure that the establishment of a secure cyberspace for children and future generations is consistent with international best practices.
Child Protection in the Cybersecurity Strategy Tasks: h) Child protection. Hungary regards the creation and maintenance of an environment allowing the healthy development of children as a vital element of cyber security, which is treated as a priority in all affected areas, achieving, at the same time, the objectives of the European Strategy for a Better Internet for Children. Particular emphasis is laid on encouraging the creation of quality online content for young people, supporting awareness-raising and preparatory measures, the prevention of the harassment and exploitation of children, and the establishment of a secure online environment. For this purpose, Hungarian non-governmental organisations which have been successful in online child protection are key partners.