Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has become a basis for economic growth and the efficient management of limited resources in business and government.

With its increased use, ICT has encompassed more and more critical systems that have become exceedingly complex in nature. This ubiquity and complexity has made the management and protection of vital data within these systems an ever more difficult and, consequently, more expensive undertaking.

In the 21st Century, the economic success of nations and their ability to participate in wider regional and global integration will mostly depend on their ability to protect vital individual, commercial and government data without infringing on privacy, the flow of commerce, and the efficiency of the state.

Countries of Southeastern Europe have similar administrative and technological backgrounds and levels of economic development and they all aim to join the European and Euro-Atlantic integrative processes in the near future.

The aim of this conference is to bring together experts from the region, as well as from the more developed nations, to explore the latest solutions and technology and develop a regional strategy to efficiently implement data protection.

The aim of the exposition is to showcase local and regional solutions that use innovative approaches by combining cost-effective ingenuity and the best international technology.

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