Asif Safdary, IT-Security Analyst at Radar Cyber Security, was appointed as special representative of the OSCE Chairperson-In-Office on Youth and Security at the beginning of 2017. His tasks in this position are to present the social, economic and political issues of juveniles in the OSCE area to the OSCE chairmanship. In regular conferences ideas and guidelines are developed. Asif Safdary is primarily responsible for the issues of cybersecurity and cybercrime.

This new role follows his other commitments in the political and social sector. Besides his job at Radar Cyber Security the born Afghan is also chairman of the Afghan student association and promoting networking, support and integration in this position. As ambassador of integration of the Austrian integration fund he is going to schools and presenting his own integration history and hereby acting as a role model for young people. The 23-year-old who came to Austria nine years ago is additionally holding another chairman function at the START Alumni association. START is a scholarship program which supports dedicated juveniles to graduate from school with a high school certificate. Radar Cyber Security CFO & CSO Christian Polster personally congratulated Asif Safdary to his nomination as OSCE special representative emphasising that “we are very impressed and proud of the dedication which is continuously and sustainably promoting essential food for thought and improvements in the ‘real’ as well as the virtual world.”