The International Multi Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering & Technical Innovations, The CT Group of Institutions, India

The International Policing Forum, The People’s Public Security University of China, China

The Conference Cybersecurity Challenges, Marshall Center, Romania

IDC IT Security Roadshow, The International Data Corporation (IDC), Romania

The Seminar GoDigital, PRISMA European Network, Romania

The International Law Enforcement Cooperation Course, The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), Hungary

The AEPC Conference & General Council Meeting, The Association of European Police Colleges (AEPC), Turkey

Challenges and Opportunities in Cyberspace Workshop, Al. I. Cuza Police Academy, Romania

Challenges and Opportunities in Cyberspace Workshop - Second Edition, Al. I. Cuza Police Academy, Romania

Tor and Darknet Course, The European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL), Romania

 

The targets of Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance

The purpose of Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance is to promote and support information security activities in accordance with applicable laws and to create a community area for the exchange of knowledge between experts, academic and corporate environment in Romania.

RAISA motivation is that any company, organization or community benefits from investing in systems security for improving the risks that come when systems are connected to Internet.

To achieve the stated purpose, Romanian Association for Information Security Assurance proposes the following targets:

  1. Collaboration with the academic community from Romania or abroad in order to organize conferences, scientific seminars and workshops for presenting the development and implementation of effective measures to improve information security;
  2. Collaboration with research centers, associations and companies from Romania or abroad, to organize informative events in information technology security field;
  3. To represent the association interests together with national and international organizations working in the area of information security;
  4. To develop and sustain the activities of institutions contributing to the development and implementation of security measures in information structures;
  5. To perform specific programs for education and training of personnel involved in electronic information management (data processing, storage, security);
  6. To perform certification and accreditation activities for companies in information security field;
  7. To take attitude against computer attacks and cybercrime and to cooperate with competent authorities in order to combat the cybercrime phenomenon;
  8. To ensure the dissemination of notice relating to existing vulnerabilities and nationally and internationally newly identified threats; to provide solutions for data restoration and policies to prevent and combat incidents based on the information provided by suppliers of software solutions;
  9. To publish scientific journals for university staff, PhD students or Master’s students, researchers, students and other professional categories in the field of information technology and communications;
  10. To coordinate and promote authors of books, university manuals, articles or papers specialized in security and cybercrime field;
  11. To represent and promote the common interests of members and to ensure, within organization budget, participation to conferences, scientific sessions and workshops in the field;
  12. To grant awards, scholarships or sponsorships to people with outstanding merits in the field of information security.
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