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A group of AFCEA student club members, along with representatives of
both AFCEA International and the Czech Chapter, visited with officials at the
Czech University of Defense (UD) in Brno, Czech Republic, in November.
UD Rector-Commandant Brig. Gen. Bohuslav Přikryl welcomed Petr
Jirásek, regional vice president of AFCEA International; Czech Chapter
President Josef Strelec; and Tomas Muller, Czech Chapter vice president for
program activities. They discussed educational
issues in the areas of cybersecurity and population protection.
AFCEA and UD representatives met with the
UD AFCEA student club members during the
event. Lt. Col. Petr Hruza, the student club president, summarized the club’s 2014 activities and
plans for 2015. The club organized the first international meeting of student club members from the Czech and Slovak Republics in 2014. Club
members participated in several European Cyber Security Month events
and co-organized a technical seminar titled “Privacy and Security Risks in
Cyberspace” with the National Center for Safer Internet Association.
Cpl. Miroslav Hovorka represented the club at the 6th Student Symposium
AFCEA Europe and won the “Best Poster Award.” Perhaps the most important individual success gained by a UD AFCEA student so far is the ”
Regional Distinguished Young AFCEAN 2014” award given to Lubomir Almer.
Student club plans for 2015 include organizational support for a security
seminar being held by the UD in Brno, and club members will co-organize
a meeting of European student clubs within the IDET 2015 exhibition in
May 2015, on the premises of the Brno Fairgrounds.
At the end of the meeting, UD Rector-Commandant Brig. Gen. Přikryl
presented commemorative badges issued on the occasion of the 10-year anniversary of the University of Defense establishment to Jirasek and Strelec.
CZECH—Members of AFCEA International, the
chapter and AFCEA student club at the University
of Defense meet with officials at the university.
Tool Grant to
Lt. Col. Petr
AFCEA Student Club Members Meet Czech Defense Executives