Prague will be hosting an international conference on cyber-security at the beginning of May, deputy foreign minister Aleš Chmelař said on Thursday. The event will be attended by representatives from the EU and NATO but also by experts from Australia and Japan.
A debate about security of information and communication technologies was triggered in the Czech Republic by a warning by the National and Security Information Agency in connection with Huawei products at the end of last year.
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