Martin Sveda

  • Head of the Private Sector Regulation Unit
  • National Cyber and Information Security Agency (NÚKIB)

Martin Švéda joined the Czech National Cyber Security Centre in 2017 after graduating from Masaryk University’s Faculty of Law. He was part of the creation of the Czech National Cyber and Information Security Agency, where he is a lawyer focusing on national cybersecurity regulation. Since 2021, he has been leading the agency’s private sector regulation unit. His main focus is on issues related to the interpretation of the Czech Act on Cyber Security and its implementing legislation, and he is involved in drafting amendments to the legislation. He is also currently coordinating the preparatory work for the new Czech Act on Cyber Security in connection with the adoption of the NIS2 Directive.


  • Information Technology (CIIP) Sector Symposium

    Securing the digital infrastructure. Information technology is responsible for such a large portion of our workforce, business operations and access to information and data, Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) through cybersecurity and network security, is vital to protect information assets. Recent ransomware attacks and other threats, such as Malware, Stuxnet, etc and the continued cyber […]