The seventh iteration of the European Cyber Security Challenge, which is an annual event held in Europe and which brings together young people with skills in the field of cybersecurity to compete and have fun with their peers, will be held in Austria this year.
The most skilled cyber workers from each of the participating countries will convene in Vienna to network with one another, work together, and ultimately compete against one another. The competitors will be tasked with resolving security-related tasks originating from a variety of fields, including online security, mobile security, crypto puzzles, reverse engineering, and forensics, and will earn points for successfully completing these challenges.
Annual Privacy Forum 2022
Since electronic goods, services, and processes have become a part of every aspect of daily life, the value of personal data in the online world has considerably expanded. The possibility of having personal data handled without the knowledge of any responsible person or organization or just being exposed to a variety of privacy hazards increases due to limitations in the openness, functionality, and interconnection of internet and communication services.
In order to properly oversee the processing of personal data while maintaining a sufficient degree of protection, the EU regulatory framework on personal data protection is essential. Examining what is at stake and where threats thereto originate from becomes of utmost importance because even the best legislative efforts cannot keep up with the pace of innovative technology and business models that challenge how personal data is processed and privacy is protected throughout the EU and beyond.
The Annual Privacy Forum (APF) 2022 will be held in Warsaw, Poland, and is being organized by ENISA, DG CONNECT, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyski University, and Komiski University.