CyCon participants can get more out of their trip to Tallinn by combining the conference with the Centre’s International Law of Cyber Operations course taking place the week before CyCon.
The course, taking place on 18-22 May, is primarily designed for military and civilian legal advisors. It is also open to policy or technical experts who have a keen interest in the international law governing cyber operations. With nearly 200 prior students from 40 countries, the International Law of Cyber Operations course is the leading educational opportunity in the field.
Based on the “Tallinn Manual on the International Law applicable to Cyber Warfare” as well as its follow-on project Tallinn 2.0, the International Law of Cyber Operations course offers students a comprehensive overview of both peacetime international law and that governing armed conflicts as applied to cyber operations.
For more information, please visit the Centre’s website at https://ccdcoe.org/law-course-may.html.