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2/10/2020

We have been the General Partner of the conference Security is not a matter of course

The company Aliter Technologies has been a general partner of the HN (Hospodárske noviny) conference organized in cooperation with the expert guarantor GLOBSEC.

On February 6th, 2020, the second annual conference Security is not a matter of course took place in the premises of the Radisson Blu Carlton Hotel, under the auspices of the Ministry of the Interior of the Slovak Republic.

The conference was inaugurated by the Minister of Interior of the Slovak Republic Denisa Saková.

The conference on security addressed internal and external security and cyber security threats. This year, among the discussed topics within panel discussions were e.g. military security – challenges for NATO, the expansion of new technologies and hybrid threats, and what the role of technology companies in the new security environment should be.

You can watch the report (in Slovak) of RTVS from the conference on Facebook or click here.

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