Tallinn University of Technology

Artificial Intelligence & Cybersecurity. Connecting Three Seas Initiative Countries.

When? 3rd of November 2022

Where? TalTech Mektory, Raja 15, Tallinn, Estonia

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the most important developments of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. AI is expected to affect global productivity, equality and inclusion, environmental outcomes and several other areas. Simultaneously AI might be the key tool to mitigate risks stemming from increasingly complex security challenges in cyber space.

Given the importance and timeliness of the AI and cyber security, the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Tallinn, Polish-Estonian Chamber of Commerce and TalTech Legal Lab are organizing the conference. Experts from Poland and Estonia will be sharing advice about dealing with cyberattacks and discuss how to ensure cybersecurity
in AI-based solutions. In addition, experts will introduce new cybersecurity weapons and elaborate on cyberattacks. The great challenges faced by the Central and Eastern Europe need a new approach, but can we use the cyber weapons to defend each other? Bringing closer the examples of recent cyberattacks and the upcoming discussions may let us understand what to do to be more secured.

The event is a part of the Three Seas Initiative. The Three Seas Initiative is a regional cooperation format that brings together 12 European Union member states between the Adriatic Sea, the Baltic Sea and the Black Sea: Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Hungary. The initiative is designed to promote cooperation in order to contribute to economic growth and energy security, as well as to boost cohesion and unity in Europe.

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8:45 - 09:30

Welcome desk

9:30 - 09:50

Opening remarks: Mr. Grzegorz Kozłowski, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Poland to the Republic of Estonia

9:50 - 10:00

Key note speech: Sille Kraam, Deputy Secretary General of Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communication

10:00 - 11:00

AI & security in public service – Estonia’s and Poland’s lessons with handling cyberattacks in public sector. Legal and non-legal aspects.

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee break

11:30 - 12:30

Will AI take over the business? - How to ensure cybersecurity in AI-based solutions?

12:30 - 13:15

Lunch break

13:15 - 14:15

Attack is the secret of defence - New defence weapons in cybersecurity. Cyberattacks in Ukraine and Germany.

14:15 - 14:30

Closing remarks: Mr. Waldemar Król, CEO of Orlen Eesti

1st panel

2nd panel

3rd panel

  • Rainer Saks, Member of Executive Board, Cybexer
  • Tea Kookmaa, CEO, Legal Lab
  • Łukasz Wojewoda, Director of Cyber Security Department, Chancellery of the Prime Minister of Poland
  • Anett Numa, International Cyber Policy Adviser, Estonian Ministry of Defence
  • Laura Oolup, Estonian Ministry of Defence
  • Liina Kamm, Cybernetica
  • Csaba Virág, Director of Capacity Building at Talgen Cybersecurity Representative of ICSec 
  • Katarzyna Berbeć, Director for Strategy and Development, ICSec
  • Merle Maigre, Senior Cyber Security Expert, e-Governance Academy
  • Tõnu Tammer, Head of Incident Response Department, Estonian Information System Authority
  • Col. Mariusz Chmielewski, Deputy Commander, Polish Cyberspace Defence Forces
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