On September 27, an international conference was held in Kiev within the project framework "(Cyber) Securing Ukrainian Energy Infrastructure." PSSI is a project partner in this endeavour, which seeks to identify the needs and gaps in Ukraine’s energy law and to share the knowledge on cyber-related issues among the expert community, policy makers, and private businesses.
European energy companies are increasingly concerned about the threat of hackers targeting industrial control systems. With pieces of malware such as Energetic Bear or Sandworm, since at least 2013 cyber attacks became more sophisticated and Ukraine's example from December 2015 proves this point. It was the first known example of hacking, which brought down a major power network leaving around 700,000 residents in Western Ukraine without electricity.
Given the tense geopolitical situation, it is imperative to provide a comprehensive platform for raising the issue of energy and cyber security in the Visegrad region and Ukraine and to find opportunities to strengthen regional cooperation.
Read the report from the conference (in Polish)
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