One of the main goals of the work of the Centre is to enhance information sharing and one of the means of doing this is to organise different workshops which also give valuable input into our projects and activities.
13th NATO Cyber Defence Workshop
Organised jointly with NATO Computer Incident Response Capability (NCIRC) the workshop brought together high-level experts from NATO member states as well as from industry to discuss and enhance cyber defence related co-operation among Allied countries.
NATO in the Cyber Commons
Fifth in a project of seven meetings organised by Allied Command Transformation on “Global Commons Strategic Issues”.
European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), the Centre, Fraunhofer Institute, Bonn University and the German Internet Industry Association (ECO) conducted a joint workshop to address issues related to measurement, detection, tracking of, as well as the defence against botnets.
National Cyber Security Framework I-III
Series of three workshops supported by the NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme.
Ethics of Cyber Conflict
The workshop was organised by the Centre (co-directed by Lt Ludovica Glorioso and Anna Maria Osula) and chaired by Dr Mariarosaria Taddeo, Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick. The event was targeted to ethicists, experts in military studies, policymakers and experts in cyber security to discuss the ethical problems caused by cyber conflicts.
Low Intensity Cyber Operations – The International Legal Regime
The workshop brought together scholars from various parts of the world thus creating a dialogue between regions that have tended to operate independently rather than cooperatively. The participants came from China, Belarus, Estonia, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, Slovenia, the United Kingdom and the United States.
Cyber Norms & International Relations
The objective of the workshop was to discuss under Chatham House rule the essence, relevance and role of norms in cyber security. Experts from various backgrounds such as policy, academia, technical and law focused on cyber norms of behaviour from the perspective of international relations.
Training Requirements Analysis
The aim of this workshop is to complete the gathering of collective and/or individual training gaps and redundancies through an in-depth analyses of political-military and specialists training target audiences as well as existing training opportunities and resources.
Ethics and Policies for Cyber Warfare
Ethics and Policies for Cyber Warfare discussed at the University of Oxford.
Economic Foundations of Cybersecurity Strategies
Workshop on ‘Human Rights in Cyberspace’
The 1,5-days joint workshop welcomed ten speakers and aimed to shed light on a variety of questions arising from International Human Rights Law (IHRL) in Cyberspace in a progressive way. Experts working in the field of human rights, cyber, cybersecurity such as - governmental representatives, ensuring the compliance of Human Rights;
Red Teaming Workshop
An on-site workshop oriented at penetration testers working as a single united team, accomplishing the laid out mission goals and technical challenges in a virtualized cyber environment. The main focus is tactical stealthy execution skill development in a responsive cyber defense scenario.
Locked Shields Strategic Decision-making Workshop