AIRE (AI & Robotics Estonia) invites you to a webinar where cyber security and information security and its importance for an industrial company will be discussed. We will talk about the main threats of the moment, future trends and the risks associated with them. We provide recommendations and tips on how to avoid threats and how to get started with corporate cyber security.
When participating in the webinar, the company receives minor assistance in the amount of €200 per participant.
Small and medium-sized processing industry (EMTAK C) and manufacturing companies are welcome.
The courses are aimed at employees of industrial companies who want to get acquainted with the possibilities of digitization of production and industrial robots. In professions: industrial managers, engineers, foremen, automatists, mechatronics, technicians and locksmiths and industrial operators and product manufacturers (including warehouse workers, electricians), IT specialists, etc.
The webinar will be conducted by Tommy Tomson, information security advisor of the University of Tartu Center for Scientific Computing.
To introduce what cyber security and information security are and why it is important for an industrial company. We will talk about the main threats of the moment, future trends and the risks associated with them. We provide recommendations and tips on how to avoid threats and how to get started with corporate cyber security.
• Cyber security
• Legislation related to cyber security
• Data security
• Cyber security in the company
• Practical tips for cyber security
Upon successful completion of the webinar, participants will gain knowledge of:
• What is cyber security and why is it important and necessary.
• What is the legislation related to cyber security.
• What are the main cyber security threats and trends.
• What is data security, data protection.
• How to get started with cyber security in your business.
Complete completion of the Webinar will receive a certificate of continuing education from the University of Tartu.
The deadline for registering on the website is January 6, 2023.
TERMS OF PARTICIPATION
• By registering through Fienta, we will send you detailed information about participation to your e-mail.
• The condition for participating in the training is to fill in the AIRE digital maturity assessment form for your industrial company. More detailed information will be sent to your e-mail after registration.
• The minimum number of participants for the webinar is 15.
• Up to 2 people from one company can participate.
• Participation in the webinar is free for companies of the target group that have a free balance of minor aid (VTA) (the limit is 200,000 euros per company over three financial years).
• When participating in the webinar, the company is given minor aid by the state in the amount of €200 per participant.
• By registering on the website, the company confirms permission to use the VTA balance for participation, which is non-refundable in case of non-participation (up to 10 working days before the start) or interruption of the training.
• If desired, it is also possible to participate in the course by paying on the basis of an invoice (including employees of large companies). The invoice sent to the e-mail must be paid before the start of the training by the payment deadline indicated on the invoice.
For more information, please contact us at +372 5220426 (Helen Jõesaar) or email@example.com.
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Thursday, January 12, 2023 at 14:00-17:00
• 14:00 Introduction to cyber security – necessity, purpose, basic concepts, layers of security, vulnerabilities, threats of cyber security.
• 14:30 Legislation related to cyber security (EU and Estonia).
• 14:45 Cybercrime and its trends.
• 15:00 Data security, data protection and privacy principles.
• 15:30 Cyber security in companies and challenges.
• 15:45 Cyber security practical tips, guides, key processes and recommendations.
o How and where to start.
o Mapping of important information stems.
o Identification of risks.
o Establishing controls.
o Codes of conduct.
o Practical tips.
• 16:30: Solutions that make cyber defense easier in the industry (cloud services, storage, automatic backups).
• 16:45: Feedback and questions.
Tommy Tomson is an information security advisor at the Center for Scientific Computing at the University of Tartu. The Center for Scientific Computing at the University of Tartu offers researchers, students and private sector companies computing resources to solve problems requiring large-scale calculations quickly and at affordable prices, and supports users with help and training in Estonian.
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The artificial intelligence and robotics center AIRE (EDIH) is financed by the European Digital Innovation Centers sub-programme of the Digital Europe Program and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications (Project no.: 101083677)