The Icebreaker event serves as a social kick-off for the ICCC. The informal cocktail party will take place in one of the beautiful lounges of Tallinn. Dresscode: casual
Location: Restaurant Platz
Hosted by the Minister of Defence of Estonia, Mr Mart Laar
"The Internet of Elsewhere" by Cyrus Farivar
Just before the ice-breaker, ICCC invites its guests to the reading of "The Internet of Elsewhere". The book focuses on the history and effects of the Internet in four countries around the world: Senegal, South Korea, Iran and Estonia.
Cyrus Farivar is an Iranian-American freelance technology journalist, a freelance radio reporter/producer, and is a wanderlust geek who lives in the city of Bonn, Germany. Cyrus also gave a talk about the media coverage of cyber attacks at the CCD COE conference in 2009.
Location: Nordic Hotel Forum
The Viimsi Open Air Museum, the setting for the conference dinner is located on the picturesque beach. Viimsi is surrounded by the sea from three sides and the landscape, people and lifestyles are formed and changed by rough sea winds. This area has long been connected to the seaways on the Baltic Sea and to the city of Tallinn. This is definitely the best place to admire the iconic “Baltic sprat can view” opening up towards the Old Town of Tallinn.
Dresscode: smart casual
The dinner is sponsored by NetWitness.
The 1,5-hour guided sightseeing tour introduces the highlights of the beautiful city of Tallinn. The tour (partly by bus, partly on foot) leaves the hotel in the late afternoon and around midnight.
An excursion to the premises of the Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCD COE) offers a presentations of CCD COE projects and activities. The number of participants is limited to 40.