"Turkmenaragatnashyk" participates in the International Conference on Cybersecurity in Tashkent


The 1st International Conference on Cybersecurity “Cyber ​​Security Central Eurasia 2023” opened today in Tashkent. The first working day of the high-level conference was attended by authorized representatives of dozens of countries, including a delegation of the Turkmensvyaz Agency headed by its head.
The two-day conference (October 3-4) focused on issues of international cooperation to ensure regional data protection from cyber threats, the development of modern digital solutions, the exchange of experience in this area, and the further effective development of interregional cooperation
The event is attended by more than 250 delegates representing 130 companies from 24 countries, including regulators from countries such as Oman, Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Georgia, Japan, Turkmenistan, and Kazakhstan, as well as the International Telecommunication Union, FIRST, OIC-CERT.
The main objective of the CSS 2023 cybersecurity conference is to create a high-level international interactive platform for the regional cyber community to exchange experiences, demonstrate modern solutions, and most importantly, open up opportunities for new business cooperation on a mutually beneficial basis.
The overall theme of the conference is the importance of cybersecurity in the digital world: solutions, threats, and cooperation with an emphasis on protecting critical infrastructure and business assets. More than 40 speakers presented their companies and solutions, including the head of the Turkmensvyaz agency Khadzhimurad Khudayguliyev, who spoke at the plenary session.
The conference's audience of senior decision-makers, cybersecurity experts, and end users will explore the dynamic global risk landscape and how cybersecurity can help countries in the region take full advantage of the socio-economic benefits offered by digitalization.
On the sidelines of the forum, a meeting was held between the head of the Turkmenaragatnashyk agency, Hajymyrat Hudaýgulyýew, and the Minister of Digital Technologies of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Sherzod Shermatov.
During the negotiations, opportunities for developing bilateral cooperation in the field of cybersecurity, protecting information from cyber threats, training specialists in the field of information and communication technologies and information security, and developing the digital economy were discussed.


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