|The Hungarian Banking Association is the professional advocacy association of the Hungarian banking sector, coordinating and representing the views of the banking community. The Association was founded in 1989 and currently it has 46 members. Its most important function is to represent the members’ interests vis-à-vis third parties. At an international level HBA became a full member of the European Banking Federation in 2004 and has developed bilateral relations with the banking associations of several countries in order to exchange experience on a regular basis and facilitate technical training.
|As an independent, nonprofit, global association, ISACA engages in the development, adoption and use of globally accepted, industry-leading knowledge and practices for information systems. Previously known as the Information Systems Audit and Control Association, ISACA now goes by its acronym only, to reflect the broad range of IT governance professionals it serves. ISACA was incorporated in 1969 by a small group of individuals who recognized a need for a centralized source of information and guidance in the growing field of auditing controls for computer systems. Today, ISACA serves 140,000 professionals in 180 countries.ISACA Slovakia was incorporated in 1999 as a civic association which works closely with the international association ISACA.Learn more at: http://www.isaca.sk/isaca-slovensko/|
|Slovak Banking Association (SBA) is a leading financial association and the only association representing the interest of banks in Slovakia. The SBA has 28 members and represents by assets almost 100 % of Slovak banking sector|
|IT Association of Slovakia has been founded in 1999 and currently has more than 80 members representing approximately 25.000 of ICT professionals in Slovakia. The stated mission of the IT Association Slovakia is to promote and develop an information society as a precondition for a knowledge economy. For more information about ITAS and our activities, please visit www.ITAS.sk.|
|Women in IT SECurity:o Founded in 2014 by 9 members
o Ladies working in IT security
o Who decided to support the IT profession in their own way
o Give presentations and workshops
o Help those taking their first steps in the field of IT security (mentoring)WITSEC has evolved from the fellowship of 9 ladies (Gabriella Biró, Sarolta Makay-Dévai, Adrienn Németh, Eszter Oroszi, Viktória Sebők, Anikó Szarvák, Éva Rita Tóth, dr. Linda Vízi and Andrea Zengő). As acknowledged experts from the field of IT security, they have decided to coordinate and help those girls and boys who are able and willing to work for their goals.The aim of WITSEC is to destroy stereotypes, because they think that technical domains are not solely the territories of men, but women have their place in them as well. Their goal is not to increase the power struggle, but to make a contribution through their skills and knowledge and to facilitate the integration of the new generations. They see that there are a number of talented young people in higher education. Their mentoring is the primary objective of WITSEC. But this is not only about simple professional mentoring. Besides professional support, the team also helps with the resolution of problems, conflict management and through the development of skills and self-awareness with the formation of business style.They have created the program not only in order to do something for the profession, but because they perceive this to be an excellent opportunity for promoting IT among young girls. They believe that female attitude, organizational and networking abilities are all such attributes that may embellish the technical fields.