24 Apr 2017
300 € (no fee for the Sponsoring Nations, Contributing Partners and NATO bodies)
This 4‐day unclassified course is intended for mid‐level managers responsible for the protection of Critical Information Infrastructure. The purpose of the course is to provide students with the knowledge necessary to analyse, assess and make decisions relative to Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP).
At the end of the course, students will:
- be able to understand what constitutes Critical Information Infrastructure and the threats to its operations
- be able to assess the vulnerabilities and the threat profiles relative to Critical Information Instructure
- be able to make proper decisions regarding protection of Critical Information Infrastructure, including training of personnel, investment in protection, information sharing and risk assessment
- Be able to oversee and critique a comprehensive Risk Assessment of both cyber and physical vulnerabilities for select Critical Information Infrastructure
- Know how to prioritise the protection of the most critical core information infrastructure for a military operation, institution, government or private sector enterprise
Students should be from NATO countries and be civilians of GS 13‐15 equivalent or military officers at the O‐4 to O‐6 level.
Select readings will be identified and made available to registered students by early September. These are to be read prior to course participation.
Please register for the course by visiting the NATO CCD COE website and completing the provided registration form before the deadline. Should you have any questions, please contact: events -at- ccdcoe.org.
* Before registering, please check the up‐to‐date course information on the NATO CCD COE website