14-18 Nov 2016
14-18 Nov 2016
19 Sep 2016
300 € (no fee for the Sponsoring Nations, Contributing Nations and NATO bodies)
This course provides a comprehensive knowledge to facilitate the understanding of the Cyberspace as a military operational domain.
Designed for operational planners, non-experts in cyber, the “Cyber Defence at Operational Level Course” covers topics such as Cyberspace as a military operational domain, definitions and taxonomy, military capabilities in the Cyberspace, principles of warfare applicable to Cyberspace, cyber operations tenets, international law applicable to cyber operations, rules of engagement in the Cyberspace, cyber intelligence, cyber defence in the operational planning process, cyberattacks and their effects, defensive cyber defence, offensive cyber defence, and NATO cyber capabilities.
1. Facilitate the understanding of the cyberspace as a military operational domain.
2. Guide operational planners in the integration of cyber operations in the comprehensive operations planning process.
3. Inform on the current NATO Cyber Defence capabilities.
1. Basic knowledge of cyber security.
It is highly recommended to have completed, previously, the “ADL 076 Cyber Defence Awareness Course”, available online in the NATO ACT Joint Advanced Distributed Learning Portal (JADL, https://jadl.act.nato.int).;
2. Sound knowledge of the NATO ACO Comprehensive Operations Planning Directive (COPD).
3. It is highly recommended to have completed, previously, the “ADL 131 Introduction to Comprehensive Operations Planning Directive Course” and the “ADL 133 Comprehensive Operations Planning Course”, both available online in the NATO ACT Joint Advanced Distributed Learning Portal (JADL, https://jadl.act.nato.int).
4. English language skill comparable to STANAG 6001, 126.96.36.199.
5. NATO SECRET Personal Security Clearance