In the last 12 months Uzbekistan has taken significant steps to implement their new “Cyber security law” which has created wide ranging investment opportunities for the international cyber security industry in this fast-growing market of over 35 million people.
On 31 May 2023 The President of Uzbekistan endorsed a new regulation on the cyber security requirements of companies entitled “On additional measures to improve the system of cyber security of critical information infrastructure facilities of the Republic of Uzbekistan”.
The text of the new regulation is available here https://lex.uz/docs/6479190
On 17 July 2022 Uzbekistan adopted its first “Cyber Security Law” which is available to view here https://lex.uz/uz/docs/5960604
The National Cyber Security Center (SUE) and UzCERT are responsible for the cyber security sector in the country.
Learn more about the opportunities in Uzbekistan's cyber security industry.
SUE is hosting Cyber Security Summit – Central Eurasia (CSS 2023) on 3 – 4 October 2023 in Tashkent.
CSS 2023 is a two-day, in person conference and showcase that will bring together national security centres from across Central Eurasia, cyber security solution providers and governmental, commercial & industrial end users to connect, learn and do business.
CSS 2023 will showcase technologies, promote discussion, facilitate networking and encourage collaboration.
The audience of senior decision makers, industry experts and buyers will explore the dynamically evolving global risk landscape and how cyber security can help the countries of the region to take full advantage of the socio-economic benefits offered by digitalisation.
CSS 2023 is sponsored by Checkpoint, Cloudflare, Kaspersky and Trend Micro.