NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence continues to accept submissions for the 14th International Conference on Cyber Conflict (CyCon 2022), to be held from 31 May through 3 June 2022 in Tallinn, Estonia. The extended deadline is 24 October 2021.
CyCon 2022’s central theme is Keep Moving! If taken figuratively, the discussion will revolve around challenges posed by constant evolution of technologies and threats, and ways of formulating and coordinating our response. In the literary sense, we are interested in cybersecurity of transportation and supply chain, military mobility or autonomous technologies and automation.
Authors of papers accepted for publication in the conference proceedings will be requested to make a corresponding presentation at the conference. Speakers will be exempted from the conference fee and offered travel (booked by NATO CCDCOE) and accommodation for the duration of the conference.
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Throughout the years, CyCon has established itself as a prominent multidisciplinary conference, combining original academic research with high-level policy and strategy perspectives on technical, legal, policy, strategy and military aspects of cyber defence and security. In 2021, the first fully virtual edition of CyCon drew over 800 viewers from 57 countries.