Registration deadline for CyCon approaches!

Registration deadline for the 14th International Conference on Cyber Conflict, CyCon 2022, approaches. Secure your place at the CCDCOE’s annual flagship event before 20 May 2022.

CyCon is coming back after three long years as an in-person conference, taking place in Tallinn, Estonia, from 31 May to 3 June 2022.

Bringing together representatives of the government, military, academia and industry, the conference will offer discussions on legal, technology and policy aspects of cyber security and defence, hands-on workshops as well as a rich social programme.

The conference’s central theme for 2022 is Keep Moving! Understood both literally and figuratively, it invites discussions about cyber security in transportation, autonomous technologies and automation, but also encourages to think about ways how to coordinate our joint response to the challenges brought by new technologies and how to avoid being paralyzed by the next global crisis to come.

The event will be traditionally opened by the President of Estonia. Keynote speakers include Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, commander of the US Cyber Command, Johanna Weaver, director of the Tech Policy Design Centre at Australian National University and Australia’s former representative at UN cyber norms fora, infosec expert Joanna Rutkowska, along with NATO ASG for Emerging Security Challenges David van Weel and Bruce Schneier, recognised security technologist and author.

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We look forward to seeing you in Tallinn!

NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence of Excellence is a NATO-accredited knowledge hub offering a unique interdisciplinary approach to the most relevant issues in cyber defence. The heart of the CCDCOE is a diverse group of international experts from military, government, academia, and industry, currently representing 34 sponsoring and contributing nations.  The Centre encourages and supports the process of mainstreaming cybersecurity into NATO and national governance and capability, within its closely connected focus areas of technology, strategy, operations, and law. The CCDCOE is also responsible for identifying and coordinating education and training solutions in the field of cyber defence operations for all NATO bodies across the Alliance. NATO-accredited centres of excellence are not part of the NATO Command Structure.