Location: NATO School, Oberammergau, Germany
Time: 10-14 June 2013, 23-27 September 2013
Seminar fee: 450€, due at in-processing
Classification: NATO SECRET (those without the required clearance may be excluded from certain presentations)
International Law of Cyber Operations Seminar is organised by NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, NATO School Oberammergau and U.S. Naval War College.
The seminar is targeted to military and civilian legal advisors to the armed forces, intelligence community lawyers, and other civilian attorneys in governmental billets dealing with cyber issues. The seminar offers an introduction to computers and computer networks, as well as to NATO´s policy and doctrine regarding cyber defence. Participants will acquire a basic knowledge of public international law as it applies to cyber operations, including, inter alia, issues such as the prohibition of the use of force, the law of self-defence, countermeasures, LOAC, the law of neutrality, legal attribution and State responsibility. The seminar will consist of presentations by noted academics and practitioners, and will include practical exercises focusing on the legal aspects of cyber operations.
Forward (by email or fax) the Seminar Joining Report to the NATO SCHOOL Oberammergau Student Administration Office (studentadmin-at-natoschool.nato.int; fax: +49-(0)8822-9171-1399 or +49-(0)8822-9481-1394). Detailed program will be provided at a later date, information on travel and accommodation will be sent with the registration confirmation.