The online seminar “Securing Critical Informatization Objects” for profile managers and specialists of organizations in the credit and financial sector, operators of telecommunications services and communications enterprises, IT companies, as well as government bodies was held in June. In total, the online event was attended by over 150 people.
The initiator of the seminar, as its moderator, was Vladimir Anishchenko, Deputy General Director for Science and Innovation of SoftClub LLC, Chairman of the Information Security Committee of the Association Infopark.
Protection of critically important objects of informatization (KVOI) is one of the most important and urgent tasks of ensuring the national security of the Republic of Belarus.
The main goal of the seminar is to clarify the new orders of the OAC concerning the CWOI by representatives of the Operational Analytical Center (OAC) under the President of the Republic of Belarus and the National Bank.
– All market participants (according to the specified data, about 200 people were virtually present at the seminar) were really satisfied with the discussion with representatives of regulators, so unambiguous explanations were received on the interpretation of the provisions and requirements of regulatory documents on the KVOI, – Vladimir Anischenko shares his impressions.
Over the last five years, the Information Security Committee of the Association “Infopark” has earned considerable authority in the professional environment of cybersecurity specialists. On the one hand, the organization of the event is an important confirmation that the Committee I chair is moving in the right direction, shaping its agenda based on the daily needs of the market. On the other hand, the team of information security management specialists of the SoftClub group of companies received answers to the practical questions that arose regarding the provision of services for the design, creation and audit of information security systems of KVOI in the light of the new requirements of the regulator.