Agenda

08:00 — 09:00
Registration
09:30 — 09:45
We are building a digital future
09:45 — 10:00
Be part of the Digital transformation!
10:00 — 10:15
Connecting the Digital Economy
Sensors, robots, drones, big data, artificial intelligence and cloud. New technologies behind self driving cars, remote surgery and smart cities. Besides using electricity they have one more thing in common: they need to be interconnected. This interconnection has special importance in an economy where performance is determined by distributed systems interacting with one another. It’s a kind of adhesive that makes a System from distributed components. Provided this interconnection is reliable enough and fast, besides being suitable for serving millions of components. We should move beyond today's „best effort” to interconnect the digital economy of the future.
10:30 — 10:45
Together we can – success stories of 2017
10:45 — 11:00
The New Era of Networking
Technology is changing everything we do: from how we run our businesses, to how we work and innovate. The constantly increasing number of devices, data and connections creates unprecendented opportunities. At the same time, the network gets under tremendous pressure and becomes more than ever critical to business success. Peter Hajdu will discuss the Network Intuitive, a secure and intelligent platform for digital businesses, designed for success in a Digital World. 
11:00 — 11:25
Break
11:25 — 11:45
Future Frequencies: The Future Impact of Artificial Intelligence
For 70 years, the world has witnessed the evolution of artificial intelligence. In recent years, we have been able to enjoy its powerful, yet rather subdued presence in our everyday lives, through the design of intelligent agents in our smart phones, purchase recommendation systems, medical detection, voice and facial recognition and so much more. However, in the past few years driven by greater computing capacity, the ability to rapidly analyze billions of data points, cloud robotics, deep learning and major investments from superstar companies such as Google and Amazon, and visionaries such as Elon Musk, we feel like we are on the threshold of a new “Cambrian explosion”. This impending revolution will redefine our concepts of intelligence, of cognitive interaction, what it means to be human, and even superhuman.
 
This talk will consider how artificial intelligence and its hybridization through interaction with other technologies such as robotics, IoT, nanotechnology and neuroscience will transform and optimize arenas as diverse as finance and responsive cities. It will outline the emerging toolboxes, both those with defined parameters and those that are open-ended and experimental to demonstrate how we can expand our vision and change the way we see and operate in our world. No doubt, artificial intelligence will also be disruptive. It will have a major impact on the future of work and workforces, both in terms of efficiencies, creating new job needs and a changing skill repertoire.
We hear about the ever-so-impressive results and the potential of AI every day. These aspects would have been filed under sci-fi a few years ago still. Researchers and developers keep delivering new solutions that make your head dizzy with prospects for a new future.
However, in the midst of all the enthusiasm, you should take a deep breath, step back and take a look at AI from an angle other than technological opportunities. Will you be this happy when it makes your job redundant? When machines will not only know every detail of your life but eventually will interfere in real time.
The round-table discussion, introduced to the Symposium for the first time in its history, will discuss the economic-social impacts of artificial intelligence. Moderated by Galambos Márton, journalist of Forbes magazine, the round-table of the four invited experts – Szvetelszky Zsuzsanna, Takács Árpád, Keleti Arthur and Málnay Barnabás – will discuss aspects of various market or technology news and what we can expect from AI in the future. Social questions include how people react to AI’s increasing importance in our lives and how it impacts our thinking. On the other hand, economic impacts will examine how the operation of companies - and therefore the labour market - will go through a transformation; what economic consequences our ability to view the various areas of operation in real time may have. Security is also a topic of great importance: should our mindset, the written and unwritten rules related to security change (if at all)? Last but not least, we need to take a look at the scientific background: what is the myth and what is the reality behind AI? What are more prominent, opportunities or risks?
We would also like to know the opinion of the audience during the discussion. We will put a question to the vote at the beginning of the programme and the audience can use the mobile application of the conference to cast their votes - with the option of changing it multiple times if necessary. The current result of the voting will be displayed and updated in real time to show how much and in what direction an expert’s argument changes “public opinion”.
 
12:25 — 12:35
T-Systems Hungary Partner Award ceremony
12:35 — 12:45
The machine – the computer of the future
12:45 — 13:00
How the EU drives ICT growth
Jan Dröge will address the EU policies that drive investment in the ICT field. Issues covered will be both the key EU funding instruments, as well as ICT policy priorities of the Commission.
13:00 — 13:10
Digital steps towards a cognitive world
13:10 — 13:15
Award ceremony: Together we can – success stories of 2017
13:15 — 14:30
Lunch
14:00 — 17:20
Sessions
18:00 — 19:00
Dinner
19:00 — 19:50
Smart Universe
Music by Gustav Holst – The Planets, Choreography by Buczkó Martin will feature Duda Éva Assembly, Bajári Levente, Buczkó Martin and Aleszja Popova.
08:00 - 09:00
Registration
09:30 - 09:45
We are building a digital future
09:45 - 10:00
Be part of the Digital transformation!
10:00 - 10:15
Connecting the Digital Economy
Sensors, robots, drones, big data, artificial intelligence and cloud. New technologies behind self driving cars, remote surgery and smart cities. Besides using electricity they have one more thing in common: they need to be interconnected. This interconnection has special importance in an economy where performance is determined by distributed systems interacting with one another. It’s a kind of adhesive that makes a System from distributed components. Provided this interconnection is reliable enough and fast, besides being suitable for serving millions of components. We should move beyond today's „best effort” to interconnect the digital economy of the future.
10:30 - 10:45
Together we can – success stories of 2017
10:45 - 11:00
The New Era of Networking
Technology is changing everything we do: from how we run our businesses, to how we work and innovate. The constantly increasing number of devices, data and connections creates unprecendented opportunities. At the same time, the network gets under tremendous pressure and becomes more than ever critical to business success. Peter Hajdu will discuss the Network Intuitive, a secure and intelligent platform for digital businesses, designed for success in a Digital World. 
11:00 - 11:25
Break
11:25 - 11:45
Future Frequencies: The Future Impact of Artificial Intelligence
For 70 years, the world has witnessed the evolution of artificial intelligence. In recent years, we have been able to enjoy its powerful, yet rather subdued presence in our everyday lives, through the design of intelligent agents in our smart phones, purchase recommendation systems, medical detection, voice and facial recognition and so much more. However, in the past few years driven by greater computing capacity, the ability to rapidly analyze billions of data points, cloud robotics, deep learning and major investments from superstar companies such as Google and Amazon, and visionaries such as Elon Musk, we feel like we are on the threshold of a new “Cambrian explosion”. This impending revolution will redefine our concepts of intelligence, of cognitive interaction, what it means to be human, and even superhuman.
 
This talk will consider how artificial intelligence and its hybridization through interaction with other technologies such as robotics, IoT, nanotechnology and neuroscience will transform and optimize arenas as diverse as finance and responsive cities. It will outline the emerging toolboxes, both those with defined parameters and those that are open-ended and experimental to demonstrate how we can expand our vision and change the way we see and operate in our world. No doubt, artificial intelligence will also be disruptive. It will have a major impact on the future of work and workforces, both in terms of efficiencies, creating new job needs and a changing skill repertoire.
We hear about the ever-so-impressive results and the potential of AI every day. These aspects would have been filed under sci-fi a few years ago still. Researchers and developers keep delivering new solutions that make your head dizzy with prospects for a new future.
However, in the midst of all the enthusiasm, you should take a deep breath, step back and take a look at AI from an angle other than technological opportunities. Will you be this happy when it makes your job redundant? When machines will not only know every detail of your life but eventually will interfere in real time.
The round-table discussion, introduced to the Symposium for the first time in its history, will discuss the economic-social impacts of artificial intelligence. Moderated by Galambos Márton, journalist of Forbes magazine, the round-table of the four invited experts – Szvetelszky Zsuzsanna, Takács Árpád, Keleti Arthur and Málnay Barnabás – will discuss aspects of various market or technology news and what we can expect from AI in the future. Social questions include how people react to AI’s increasing importance in our lives and how it impacts our thinking. On the other hand, economic impacts will examine how the operation of companies - and therefore the labour market - will go through a transformation; what economic consequences our ability to view the various areas of operation in real time may have. Security is also a topic of great importance: should our mindset, the written and unwritten rules related to security change (if at all)? Last but not least, we need to take a look at the scientific background: what is the myth and what is the reality behind AI? What are more prominent, opportunities or risks?
We would also like to know the opinion of the audience during the discussion. We will put a question to the vote at the beginning of the programme and the audience can use the mobile application of the conference to cast their votes - with the option of changing it multiple times if necessary. The current result of the voting will be displayed and updated in real time to show how much and in what direction an expert’s argument changes “public opinion”.
 
12:25 - 12:35
T-Systems Hungary Partner Award ceremony
12:35 - 12:45
The machine – the computer of the future
12:45 - 13:00
How the EU drives ICT growth
Jan Dröge will address the EU policies that drive investment in the ICT field. Issues covered will be both the key EU funding instruments, as well as ICT policy priorities of the Commission.
13:00 - 13:10
Digital steps towards a cognitive world
13:10 - 13:15
Award ceremony: Together we can – success stories of 2017
13:15 - 14:30
Lunch
14:00 - 17:20
Sessions
18:00 - 19:00
Dinner
19:00 - 19:50
Smart Universe
Music by Gustav Holst – The Planets, Choreography by Buczkó Martin will feature Duda Éva Assembly, Bajári Levente, Buczkó Martin and Aleszja Popova.
14:30 - 17:50
Digital City/Traffic Session
14:50 — 15:10
ESC / T-Systems smart solutions concept, portfolio
15:10 — 15:30
Automated fleet management and big data analysis in the spirit of e-Mobility
Automated fleet management and big data analysis in the spirit of e-Mobility
Magyar Telekom’s fleet of 3200 vehicles used to be  supported by a system developed for more than eight years. By now the system has become outdated and incompliant with modern fleet management requirements therefore a modernization project was implemented to automate processes as much as possible in order to support the following main objectives:
- Process oriented solution to implement a swifter fleet management system requiring less resources and  significantly less administrative tasks. (Fleet control approach instead of fleet administration, operation.)
- Reducing the direct costs of vehicle use with innovative tools.  (Fuel consumption, repair costs, management of breakdowns.)
- Offering a safer driving experience to the employees of the company group.
- Cost and service quality control of external service partners.
- E2E IT support functions at the “Magenta Group’s” vehicle fleet.
- Use of IT functions in relation to financial and management tasks.
The presentation will introduce the SmartCar service developed jointly with T-Systems. The presentation will not only focus on functionality but also on operation modes and automation with the objective to reduce costs. The SmartCar GoLive service has not yet been implemented, however, the company group works on launching the service in the near future.
The SmartCar solution was developed within Magyar Telekom, and as a product it is suitable to manage any fleet or fleet management company. The solution includes the Connected Car functionality that might be attractive for insurance companies, too.
The presentation will show how Cisco approaches smart cities as well as implemented projects and the WIFI4EU project developed jointly with T-Systems Hungary. Also, we will present the Kinetic for Cities city automation system, as one of the Cisco Kinetic IoT solutions.
15:50 — 16:15
Break
16:15 — 16:35
Intelligence for the connected world
oT promises nothing less than enhancing our society and business via applications such as smart cities, innovative and prevention-focused healthcare apps, predictive maintenance, etc. It is not easy to make good on this promise. To mount sensors and attach IP addresses to various devices is just the beginning. The presentation shows how real intelligent applications can be made through the connection and analysis of IoT and other relevant data.
16:35 — 16:55
City Management and Municipal Energy Agency concept, Smart Grid
How can the energy industry’s professional communications system - SCADA - be integrated with current ICT systems in the area of managing city energy supply solutions? T-Systems’ city operation concept covers the Smart Grid elements that determine sustainable city life while the “city energy agency” feature ensures effective control and cooperation with the virtual power plant (VPP). This way one can permanently support the provision of green city energy, be it new e-Mobility energy consumption habits, community transport or traditional or new - intelligent - city lighting systems.
16:55 — 17:15
Nokia Smart City Projects
The presentation introduces the T-Systems smart parking solution, technical implementation of occupancy detection (sensor types, usage options). We will share experiences related to the installed systems and possibilities of future progress. The presentation will address the communication requirements of the system, or Machine-to-Machine communication needs in general, as well as the currently seen technical expectations. We will also present the potential mobile service provider solution NB-IoT (Narrow Band Internet of Things) standardized this year. We present major promises and areas of use of the technology from technical point of view, and then we give a brief overview of introducing future steps and the available services.
14:30 - 17:50
Financial Institutes Session
14:30 — 14:35
Welcome speech and introduction of Fintech development
14:35 — 14:55
Global and regional Fintech and Insurtech trends
In order to understand the operation of the FinTech world one should get to know the context of the entire financial and bank sector. For ten years now, the world’s largest industry has not yet fully recovered from the crisis, and the stock market valuation of the market players is dramatically low. Demands of the new generation and technological innovations are completely transforming the bank sector that will as a result go through digital transformation in the coming years similar to the spreading of mobile phones.   Traditional banking model of the 20th century does not seem to be sustainable in the 21st century. Currently, there are three segments competing for the “bank of the future” title. (i) the world of Fintech and InsureTech startups, (ii) smaller group of financial institutions capable of reinventing themselves, and (iii) BigTech companies often with widely known brands. The winners will be those, who can provide the best banking customer experience in the most efficient way to a crowd of several millions of people. Moreover, “future banks” will have to build the new financial services in a digital ecosystem spanning over industries, along the needs of the customers (for example housing, healthcare or online shopping). In different regions different balance situations can be reached: In Asia technological giants, in America FinTech unicorns, whereas in Northern Europe banks undergoing digitization have gained momentary advantage.  Who will take the necessary steps in Hungary?
14:55 — 15:15
Elevator Lab – Raiffeisen Bank International, Innovation initiative in Central and Eastern Europe
In the summer of 2017 Raiffeisen Bank launched a Central and Eastern European innovation lab where out of 15 upcoming fintech companies six startups were selected by the end of September. The companies were mentored in October and by the end of November expert workshops were organized in Raiffeisen’s headquarters in Vienna. Their experiences and next steps will be presented by Raiffeisen’s director, responsible for digital development in the CEE region.
15:15 — 15:30
Do you hear the noise of our stomping feet? - fintech story from the view of elephants
The development of technology brings revolutionary novelties in the bank sector, too. User-friendliness, simplicity and great customer experience will be the norm while new legislation requires increasingly complex processes.  Big banks and startup companies both have to face these challenges. OTP Bank launched its Digital Transformation Program 3 years ago to accelerate the relevant developments. By now they offer two dozens of new services to the satisfaction of customers but there have been and still are challenges on the road to digitalization.
15:30 — 15:40
Venture capital investments as part of the bank's digital strategy
Venture capital investments as part of the bank's digital strategy - Why a bank establishes a VC fund? What opportunities are being searched and what can we offer to market players? Our vision of the Hungarian and regional fintech market as investors.
15:40 — 15:55
Building a digital ecosystem through the world of fintech
MKB Bank was the first commercial bank in Hungary that started a fintech incubation program at the end of 2016 with organizing a fintech academy and competition. Between January and July 2017 they successfully incubated eight Hungarian fintech companies. Since November 2017 they entered the second incubation phase and do not only expect Hungarian but also Central and Eastern European potential fintech startup companies. In his presentation MKB’s fintech lab’s director will share their experience on the subject above. 
15:55 — 16:10
Break
16:10 — 16:15
Welcome speech and introduction of Instant Payment
16:15 — 16:30
Iplementation of Instant Payment systems in Hungary, current status and expectations
The presentation will help us to familiarize with the Hungarian Central Bank’s expectations - and deadlines - on the implementation of immediate payment systems towards Hungarian banks. What are those system-level changes that commercial banks’ cash systems need to be prepared for?
Gábor is the manager of T-Systems’ PSD2 and Immediate Payment System Competence Center and in cooperation with Icon Solutions from London they prepared.
16:30 — 16:50
Navigating the transition to instant payments
The strategic partnership between T-Systems Hungary and Icon Solution enables Hungarian banks to accelerate their transition to instant payments. Tom Hay, Icon’s Head of Payments, will focus on the common challenges faced when moving to instant payments and the possible solutions for addressing them in the Hungarian market. Tom will highlight how payment systems need to be equipped to manage the high volumes and straight-through processing requirements of instant payments, share the technology approaches available and the use cases to support business cases in Hungary.
16:50 — 17:10
Lessons learned from early adopters – A bank’s viewpoint of UK Faster Payments
Becky Clements will join a panel discussion to share the banker’s view of transitioning to faster payments. Becky will describe the types of challenges experienced with the UK’s Faster Payments from the perspective of a traditional bank, Royal Bank of Scotland and from a challenger bank, Metro Bank.  Becky will highlight the operational and cultural impact instant payments has on banking organisations and will also share her lessons learnt – invaluable insights for those embarking on the journey to instant payments.
17:10 — 17:30
Experience and challenges of the implementation of FAST - Instant Payment system at DBS Bank (Development Bank of Singapore)
István Molnár will give us more insight into the relevant foreign experience with his presentation on his experience and challenges with an immediate payment system operating in Singapore. He will present this area from the view of an IT expert as he was the Chief Architect of the immediate payment systems’ implementation at Singapore Development Bank. 
17:30 — 17:50
GDPR aaS – How banks can prepare for the implementation in May, 2018 T-Systems solutions
T-Systems offers a complex solution to a serious challenge for banks, the GDPR, that will be presented by our leading IT security consultant.
16:15 - 17:30
Health-Care Session
In 2017 the government launches the biggest hospital and clinic development program in the history of the Pest and Pest county. Between 2017 and 2026 the government is expected to spend hundreds of billions on hospitals and clinics servicing Hungary’s capital city and its suburbs. Three healthcare centers will be established in Budapest and the developments will also be focused on 25 other hospitals and 7 clinics in the first round.
Within the frame of the presentation the audience may familiarize with the design concept, professional background and implementation strategy of the Healthy Budapest Program as well as the main challenges that we need to address.
 
16:50 — 17:10
Intelligent Healthcare Systems with E-Healthcare Systems Space interfaces
As challenges are posed by the increasing average age of societies, the public expects more and more from healthcare. It is impossible to meet those expectations efficiently and in top-quality without relying upon modern eHealth solutions. The increasing volume and improving quality of available data coupled with modern technologies and electronic services in the area of medical treatment have lead to the emergence of the smart hospital concept, which is a serious challenge in the context of the effort of modernizing Hungary’s healthcare provider institutions. The presentation addresses the opportunities offered by the Electronic Healthcare Service Space, as well as outlines the perspective of smart healthcare.
17:10 — 17:30
Intelligens Egészségügyi rendszerek EESZT kapcsolatokkal
The objective of the Electronic Healthcare Services Space (EHCS) is to connect various healthcare institutes of Hungary and, in order to ensure the proper treatment of patients, to make the information generated in other peer institutes available in a structured and standardized way, in accordance with the effective laws and based on the latest technologies. The topic of data security and access to data are of key importance. The first step of the process is the identification of the person seeking access. EESZT’s answer to the above challenges is the use of the electronic ID card.
14:30 - 17:30
Industry
In three years more than 250 new drugs appeared on the market. It would be hard to achieve such speed of innovation in the area of manufacturing. How can this be accomplished and how can these manufacturers adjust so quickly? This will be the main topic of Gábor Zacher’s presentation. Dr. Zacher is the Head of Department of the Emergency Unit at the Honvéd Hospital.
14:50 — 15:10
Impact of the value flow and cigarette breaks on results. In other words: objective measurement to improve efficiency
The accelerating development of info-communication technologies has radically and globally changed our everyday routines as well as requirements. This development is more and more important in the area of manufacturing and logistics, too. In the industrial section we focus on typical bottlenecks, like objective performance measurement, maintenance scheduling, optimal manufacturing volume or the whiplash effect. 
15:10 — 15:30
Change your tomorrow, now - Advanced analytics turn vast amounts of data into detailed and predictive insights needed to enable better decisions for future growth
Looking at the new trends determining the world of BI we must not skip the topic of data, analysis and decision-making. Those who choose to attend this section may familiarize with an advanced data analysis solution that transforms data - which is generated in increasing quantities from an increasing number of data sources - into relevant information supporting business decisions.
15:30 — 15:50
State-of-the-art technology from the foundation stone to production
15:50 — 16:15
Break
Industry 4.0 solutions as well as the relevant problems that Industry 4.0 solves have been around for a while. The problems are similar to those that we had years ago and - let us be honest - we did have competent solutions in the pre-industry 4.0 world, too. However, there are new developments: we have new tools and new technologies that have become available for a wide range of users and the unique technologies that solve the relevant problems were given the fashionable name of “Industry 4.0”. In this presentation we will show concrete examples together with their impact and potential solutions on our new set of tools that help us to solve shopfloor level problems. 
16:35 — 16:55
How creative sector can inspire innovative solutions on industrial problems?
Scratchfinder was made for assisting people in the production facilities to detect and register surface scratches on the vehicles’ components. It is made of a tabletop projection platform and a web-based tablet app synchronized with it. It consists of two features: first it detects a scratch by circling it with a laser pen and registers it digitally on a ‘scratch list’ with an indication of its location, coordinates and priority.  In the second phase the app enables you to project back all the errors marked in the earlier phase. Scratchfinder is a digitally enhanced version of the traditional troubleshooting processes in the assembly plants while offering a new way for information sharing.
16:55 — 17:15
Industry 4.0 – Planning a production optimisation solutions in the portfolio of Dell EMC 
Planning, production and manufacturing processes need continuous optimisation and cost reduction due to several factors.  Cycle times are shortened and quality assurance becomes ever more important. When reducing unit costs, it is important to understand human resources and utilise opportunities for automation through the application of AI. With this we do not only speed up the same processes but elevate production to a higher level and introduce new, value-added functions. The presentation will be about the above topics, completed by some solutions and ideas for the industry. 
17:15 — 17:30
Challenges and opportunities - impact of digitalization on higher education
Upon presenting Széchenyi István University’s education research potential we will discuss the past, present and mainly the future of education. We will showcase modern education techniques and elaborate the challenges of dealing with new technologies in the curriculum.
14:30 - 15:50
Innovation Session
14:30 — 14:50
Towards 5G - Super-Agility & Hyper-Intelligence
The need for speed & mobility has been the clear and present path since the launch of GSM back in the early nineties. The wire-cutting and freeing humanity from the restrictions of the wire was a momentous societal event. Today almost all of us are able to digitally communicate whenever and wherever. With LTE today we have the speed, although more of that is always well taken, new requirements to the next generation mobile technology, 5G that is, becomes much more important than the past focus on data throughput. In fact, 5G is not only about the air interface but much wider in its technology reach, e.g., core services, fixed-mobile conversion, massive IoT scale, ultra-reliability, automation through AI, and so forth. Many of the new requirements directly come from a realization that improvements need to match business needs too, not only consumer needs. In my keynote I will discuss some of the major improvements in 5G from a Verticals perspective and for the digital transformation currently underway. I will address the value to businesses and use case examples illustrating the opportunities that lay within 5G and what can already today be done within 4G. The path towards 5G is promising super-agility and hyper-intelligence.
Today, digital transformation is no longer enough to survive. Digital transformation mainly focuses on the digitization of business activities, especially on customer experience and serving individual needs. In the course of digital redesign, we fundamentally rethink the operation of the company with the help of innovative technologies, exploring revenue sources we haven’t even thought earlier, and we bring the innovation strategy of the company to a new level. The question arises, though, how will we know, if our corporate strategy is sufficient to keep the company in the business arena in 10 years?
Open innovation is a proven framework where the objective is to enhance the organization's ability to implement product and solution ideas of consumers and partners to achieve market success. Openness is about using external intellectual capacities in the innovation process.

Within the framework of this many corporations operate their own innovation lab or initiate innovation programs. 
The main question, however, is how this open innovation framework changes and what role a large corporation can play in it, or how it can operate an integrated or independent innovation lab to achieve its objective.
T-Systems sees the biggest challenge and opportunity in managing the partnership and the ecosystem where T-Systems’ innovation lab , KiBu plays a key role.
15:30 — 15:50
Underlying opportunities in artificial intelligence and machine vision within Industry 4.0
The explosive growth of artificial neural networks opens new areas of applying artificial intelligence. Tasks that we have so far believed could only be completed by people (experts) can now be automated quickly, easily and reliably, which leads to a transformation of the labor market similar to the industrial revolution. Those who do not invest into these new technologies and are not capable of using them confidently will soon not be able to keep pace with the ever accelerating global competition. Every company that works with large volumes of data has an interest in the use of neural networks, thus it is vital for T-systems to have such competences on board.
I wish to provide insight, understandable even for the layman, into the world of artificial intelligence and machine vision through the ongoing research and startup projects of Kitchen Budapest specifically and by demonstrating the latest AI trends in general.
16:15 - 17:30
IT Security Session
16:35 — 16:55
The Enterprise and Fortinet – A Valued Relationship
Organizations today require a fast and secure network to be successful. Whether or not you have the right protection immediately responding to threats throughout your network can determine if your business runs smoothly or is the victim of a security breach.Fortinet is the only company with security solutions for network, endpoint, application, data center, cloud, and access designed to work together as an integrated and collaborative security fabric. This also means we are the only company that can truly provide you with a powerful, integrated end-to-end security solution across the entire attack surface.To enable an effective defense, the data and security elements across all of your various environments must be well-integrated, able to share intelligence, and visible. The Fortinet Security Fabric gives you control, integration, and easy management of security across your entire organization, from IoT to the cloud.
What can we do, when an unknown malware infects our IT system in a matter of hours or even minutes? Or when we “find” the valuable database of our company on the dark web?  How do we react, when a hacker group blackmails us to leak our data they’ve stolen, unless we pay them? Are we talking about real threats? Is it a reality in Hungary today?
We will discuss the above questions with our invited guests: Boldizsár Bencsáth (Crysyslab) from professional and analyst’s point of view, Ferenc Frész (CyberServices) from the aspect of learning and skills, and István Dani, leader of T-Systems incident management center concerning reaction and incident management. 
We are in for a groundbreaking, frank and lively conversation, in which we are expecting your participation and questions, as well!
Moderator of the discussion is Arthur Keleti, IT Security Strategist of T-Systems.
14:10 - 17:30
State Administration, Big Companies, Education Session
Office vs. service provider-support. Tanker vs. motor-boat. From lagging behind to market speed? 1.1? – 2.0? – 2.1? Near past and near future.
14:30 — 14:50
The latest development directions of the food-chain security
As data traffic drastically increases and food production and commerce becomes globalized, the food chain has grown into a very extensive, complex network by now. The activities currently pursued by the National Food Chain Safety Office (NFCSO) used to be the responsibility of several different entities, where IT developments had been going on for 25 years. The harmonization of these systems is on the agenda of multiple major projects (e.g. INTEL), the main objective of which is to standardize data analysis and management, as well as to eliminate the safety risks associated with a complex food chain. As a result of the above efforts, a data warehouse and standard information management are being established with the goal of setting up the National Qualification System and the National Foood Chain Data Reporting Center.
14:50 — 15:10
Digital agriculture services, in other words: farmers can also be “smart”
Based on surveys, relationship of farmers to IT is rather diverse, nevertheless these days everyone needs IT solutions. What responses can be given to the various needs?  Can this “information tsunami” be somehow filtered?  Is social media of any importance to farmers? Responses can be given by the knowledge- and value- oriented community portal the operation of which is based on the farmers’ way of thinking.
15:10 — 15:30
GDPR thoughts through the eyes of a multinational company
“Upgrade the security in a couple of weeks?” The alignment of processes with new regulations may take several months thus many organizations would like to take swift measures that enhance the level of their compliance while ensuring suitable solutions until the expiry of the grace period provided by the relevant legislation. In the architecture layers below the applications there are so-called “quick win” solutions that significantly improve the security of sensitive data and can be implemented within weeks at low cost. Their effectiveness does not depend on the necessary modifications in other layers thus they can be implemented parallel with a running GDPR assessment.
15:30 — 15:50
The more efficient the state is, the happier its citizens are – AI at the service of the state
In the recent years Hungary has been suffering from the ever increasing scarcity of human resources. Also, in our fast-pacing world prompt reaction is a must both for personal matters and in business-to-customer or citizen-to-state relations. Through examples, the presentation will illustrate how the level of satisfaction of the citizens may be improved in their relations with the state, and how the state can achieve this goal through reduced resources. The examples will show how other countries use AI to improve customer administration in web-based customer points, on mobile, in telephone customer service or even in the social media. 
15:50 — 16:15
Break
16:15 — 16:35
How can a traditional large business IT system adjust to the challenges of smart technologies?
Who is going to prepare “smart” solutions for enterprises? Today, most of the “conventional” large enterprises plan to introduce some kind of “smart” product. They expect support for product development mainly from the IT area. But how can a team of professionals skilled to develop and operate robust systems optimized for conventional business render support for the development of smart products, or what is more, to lead the development of innovative products, such as smart poles, smart homes or smart networks? Where can this be positioned within a large enterprise?
16:35 — 16:55
Digital Education Strategy – backgrounds, facts, vision
The Hungarian government adopted the Digital Education Strategy that elevates the system of education, vocational training, higher education and adult education to the XXIst century. The objective is to significantly improve digital competences. What was the process of preparing this strategy, why was it necessary and what is the current status of digital education in Hungarian schools? What concrete measures have been implemented from the strategy and what are the next steps at the level of the government, institutions and teachers?
16:55 — 17:15
The IT system of the Reformed Church in Hungary supporting public education tasks
How it is realized? How the already implemented IT system helps the Reformed Church in Hungary to perform its public education tasks? What business processes will this system support?
The presentation on the REKIR system will answer the above and many more questions.
17:15 — 17:30
The more efficient the state is, the happier its citizens are – AI at the service of the state
In 2015 the Hungarian Government fundamentally reformed the rules of the sale of state property and ordered the digitisation of the process. As a result, MNV’s new e-auction portal (EAR) was created.  The presentation will cover the reasons of the EAR system, the experiences and results of the past years as well as the recent developments and challenges in the EAR system. 
14:30 - 15:50
Trade and Media Session
Gadgets, apps, codes, influencers - a lot of them. Péter Geszti will give an insight into why digital marketing is interesting for him, what creative solutions support innovative retailers and what old fashioned storytelling has to do with selling online.
Within the frame of the presentation I would like to show the Outdoor Heatmap solution and thereby explore what information we may obtain from our potential customers and their habits based on the analysis of anonymized and aggregated cell information and how we can further utilize the acquired knowledge in the sales and marketing activities in the retail industry.
While demonstrating the Ultinous face recognition system we throw light upon the opportunities in monitoring indoor customer movements. By merging the two solutions one can see the vast business opportunities both in the area of shops and within stores through the analysis of customers’ movement and attitude.
In the world of BigData the data will definitely have a value based on which one can build businesses. The presentation will focus on business opportunities in the media industry. Through showcasing a concrete innovation, the Integrated Viewer Number Measurement solution, we would like to present what unique opportunities are lying the analysis of data available to Telekom Group and their correlation in the field of understanding, analyzing and utilizing media consumption habits.
15:30 — 15:50
Digital Democracy
Those working in trade are the first ones to contact customers, represent the company and see the products and services at work. How can we make sure they have secure access to tools, applications and technologies that can maximise their performance? What can make communication, handling of their work, development of their skills and sharing of knowledge and ideas easier for them?