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The current landscape of Cyber Warfare...

"Warfare is not only about 'destruction of an enemy', but is really about changing behaviour. Non-kinetic initiatives, like those in cyberspace, can have major implications."
Lieutenant General William Lord, Chief of Warfighting Integration and the Secretary of the Air Force's Chief Information Officer

As reliance on internet and information technology networks increase to cover all elements of national infrastructure, nations open themselves to evolving threats and risks in cyber space. Ensuring governmental and military security and deterrent capabilities is more vital now than ever before.

For more news, view the following complimentary videos:

Early confirmed speakers:

  • Group Captain Ian Kirkwood, Deputy Head, Chief Information Officer J6, UK MoD
  • Heli Tiirmaa-Klaar, Senior Advisor, Estonian MoD
  • Major Frank Nielsen, Branch Head, Strategic Plans and Concepts, Danish MoD
  • Confirmed Representation, Intelligence and Security Department, Italian MoD
  • Confirmed Representation, Air Force Space Command, USAF
  • Tammsaar Rein, Policy Advisor, General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union
  • Radomír Janský, Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security, European Commission
  • Professor Peter Sommer, Visiting Professor, Information Systems, Integrity Group, London School of Economics
  • Yael Shahar, Director, Database Project Institute for Counter Terrorism, IDC Herzliya

Download this year's agenda

Join us at Cyber Warfare in January 2010 to hear:

  • Insights into the evolving cyber threats to national security and information systems and evaluation of solutions to mitigate the threat
  • Analysis of current and future legal issues, political pressures and challenges surrounding Cyber Warfare attacks and appropriate national cyber space activity
  • Evolving national policy and doctrinal updates of Cyber Security and Cyber warfare from the UK MoD, US DoD, Estonian MoD
  • Examination and lessons learnt from cyber attacks with insights from NATO studies and the Estonian MoD
  • Latest technology updates in cyberspace and current research and development for both Computer Network Defence and Computer Network Attack

Download this year's agenda

To get an idea of the event content, download the brochure and presentations from last year's event:


Who attended Cyber Warfare 2009?

  • Italian Navy
  • Swedish Emergency Management Agency
  • National Air & Space Intelligence Center, USAF
  • Swedish National Defence College
  • Department of Defence, Austria
  • Royal Norwegian Ministry of Defence
  • NATO Centre of Excellence Defence Against Terrorism
  • DSTL UK MoD
  • US Naval Postgraduate School
  • Her Majesty’s Government Communications Centre (HMGCC), UK
  • Norwegian National Security Authority
  • Singapore Armed Forces
  • Federal Ministry of the Interior, Germany
  • European Defence Agency
  • Estonian Ministry of Defence
  • Electronic Warfare Company, Danish Army
  • NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence
  • UK MoD, DCDC
  • Romanian MoD
  • MoD, Republic of Croatia
  • NATO JAPCC
  • Office of the Secretary of Defense, US DoD
  • Italian Joint Forces
  • Netherlands Ministerie van Defensie
  • US Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  • BAE Systems
  • Defence Command Denmark
  • Belgian Armed Forces
  • Xpertise Training
  • Northrop Grumman Mission Systems Europe Ltd
  • Detica
  • Barclays
  • Wipro Technologies
  • FRA
  • Owl Computing Technologies
  • Logos Technologies
  • Pericom base-camp IT-Security GmbH
  • EADS
  • Swisscom Ltd.
  • Thales Nederland BV
  • International Geopolitical Solutions Ltd
  • Raytheon

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Testimonials

“Very Valuable. Focus on strategies is very beneficial for a lot of countries.”
Frank Valentin Nielsen, Defence Command Denmark

“Nice blend of technical & policy.”
Declan Power, Independent

“Superb job!”
Richard Murtland, NATO

“A broad spectrum of joint knowledgeable & credible speakers from the military, industry, academic, Government, law domain necessary to cope with cyber warfare. Really valuable conference.”
Sam Raeves, Belgium Defence