14th Croatian Security Days conference



From September 30th to October 2nd the 14th Croatian Security Days conference was held in City of Opatija. The conference was organized by the Croatian Association of Security Managers and brings together top businessmen and security managers. The central theme of this year’s conference was the challenges in corporate and private security due to the COVID-19 situation. Topics covered were corporate and cybersecurity, risk management, and new technologies in the field of safety and security that help the security of the company and safety of the people in the new COVID-19 situation.

Key lectures were given by doc. dr. sc. R. Kopal, Dean of EFFECTUS University, who presented the importance of forecasting in business and presented various methods for risk assessment, I. Zgonc, founder and CEO of Silver Bullet Risk, who also pointed out the importance of risk management and Lana Djurkin König, director of regional corporate security for Ernst & Young, who gave an inspiring presentation and pointed out the speed of digitalization and emphasized the importance of corporate security and the importance of an anthropocentric way of managing companies. Topics covered in the panel were economy and cyber threats in the COVID-19 world, and the topic of the third panel was the New Law on Private Protection.


New technologies for the safety and security field of business were presented by companies Diverto, Dahua Technology, Tehnozavod Marušić, King ICT, and Eccos inženjering. Eccos’s Sales Director, Ivan Bilać presented the integration application Epsimax and the application for smart cities Eccos Smart City Enablement Platform and the possibility of their implementation in order to raise the level of security in general and specific solutions to increase employee and citizen safety in COVID-19 situation.

As part of the conference, a book titled “Corporate security in a COVID-19 pandemic environment” by Lana Djurkin König, Alen Delić, Alen Ostojić and Branko Mihaljević was promoted, and a traditional raffle was held whose entire income is intended for humanitarian purposes.