This seminar has been designed for senior level staff, primarily in NATO and Defence, who are new into post and/or for whom cyberspace is a new area of responsibility or consideration. Over the course of a day and a half, participants will be led through a series of themed discussions that will introduce, explore the developing influence of this domain and its impact on decision makers of today.
- An introduction to and basic, but comprehensive, grounding in Cyberspace; what it is, what it is not
- Why Cyberspace is important and relevant to decision makers and those that write policy and strategy
- Introduction to the legal side of Cyberspace Operations
- A perspective of the threat from an industry perspective
- This course has been designed to target individuals new into post where cyber is part of their responsibility, but not their primary or only responsibility
- This course is designed to cater for those at a senior level with policy or decision making responsibility
- It is designed to be useful to both military and civilian staff, primarily those in NATO and defence, but would be informative to wider government seniors
As a response to the exponential growth of cyberspace and increasing demand for cyber defence expertise NATO CCDCOE has designed a high-level Executive Cyber Seminar for senior staff (OF-6 and higher or civilian equivalent) primarily in NATO and Defence, for whom cyberspace is a new area of responsibility or consideration.
Over the course of a day and a half, participants will be led through a series of themed discussions that will introduce and explore the developing influence of this domain and its impact on decision makers of today.
There will be an introduction to and basic, but comprehensive, grounding in cyberspace, and a specific session on legal aspects, including the review of how International Law applies to cyber operations, led by the editors of Tallinn Manual 2.0. Industry perspectives on threats and threat actors in cyberspace will be provided by industry experts from Symantec.
Lecturers include both CCDCOE researchers and external experts, recognised for the their expertise in their focus area. Each iteration is tailored to suit the attendees and allows for open Q+A to address any specific areas of interest from the group or individual. In addition, previous participants have valued the mix of expertise represented by other seminar attendees – every seminar is unique due to the discussions, networking and feedback generated by the particular group.
Registration opens on 9th of December, 2019. Applicants from CCDCOE member nations should use the registration code provided by their national Point of Contact. An email confirming the participation will be sent only after the registration has closed.
If you have any questions or issues with registration, please contact [email protected]