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Dr. Zanagardi, Dr. Missiroli and Dr. Libicki to Speak at CyCon 2018 in Tallinn

12.04.2018

NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) is proud to welcome Dr. John Zangardi, the Chief Information Officer for the US Department of Homeland Security; NATO Assistant Secretary General Dr. Antonio Missiroli and Dr. Martin Libicki, recognised author and researcher among speakers of the anniversary Conference on Cyber Conflict, CyCon X: Maximising Effects. Registration and detailed agenda available at www.cycon.org

CyCon in 2018 will look into how maximising effects can be achieved and what will the consequences be. How will AI, machine learning and big data help to maximise effects in cyberspace? How will international law develop in light of the serious effects of state-sponsored operations that may or may not be hard to attribute? The effects generated through cyberspace, including new instabilities and vulnerabilities, will require new policies, legal frameworks and technological solutions to maximise security. CyCon seeks to address these and other current key issues, nearly 50 years after the birth of the Internet. The debates and presentations at the event will stem both from original research papers submitted by the academic community and insights offered by other renowned experts in the field.

In partnership with Munich Security Conference (MSC) CCDCOE will host the Cyber Security Summit (CSS) in Tallinn on 29 May, 2018 on the eve of CyCon X.

CyCon X: Maximising Effects takes place in Tallinn from 30 May to 1 June, 2018.

CyCon adheres to the highest standards in academic research. Proceedings are released as an IEEE publication, contributing to the world’s foremost technical literature on electrical engineering, computer science and electronics. Further information, as well as the proceedings, videos, and presentations from previous years, may be found at www.cycon.org

The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence is a NATO-accredited cyber defence hub focusing on research, training and exercises. The international military organisation based in Estonia currently includes 20 nations providing a 360-degree look at cyber defence, with expertise in the areas of technology, strategy, operations and law.