23-25 January 2018 | HILTON LONDON CANARY WHARF

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Download the 2018 On-Site Agenda

The Cyber Defence & Network Security Conference (CDANS) returns for its 12th year next January.CDANS 2018 will confront the challenge of securing the distributed network; the agenda explores how to enhance your approach to threat intelligence, incident response, training and remote ass ...

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Defence Cyber Protection Partnership - Daniel Selman

Daniel Selman, UK MOD delivered this presentation at 2016's CDANS Conference entitled 'Defence Cyber Protection Partnership working together to protect the Defence sector from the cyber threat'

Tackling Cyber Warfare- Introducing Germany’s Fourth Armed Force

In the past two decades, the world has gone from the “Information Age” to the  “Digital Age” in an almost seamless transition. However, in the same period, the rise of cyber warfare capability has developed beyond the ability to combat it. At a time where the lives of civ ...

How protecting your distributed network and remote assets against cyber threats is essential for future conflicts

In an increasingly distributed network, the persistent underlying cyber threat is as present as ever, whether the danger occurs on the battlespace or on critical national infrastructures. What solutions are best to mitigate the risk? What are the challenges that surround a wide and decentralised ...

Cyber security for networks under threat: An expert overview

Militaries, governments and critical national infrastructure require innovative approaches to futher secure their networks and the information stored within them, as they continue to undergo sustain assaults from offensive cyber. Protecting data is essential to ensure national security and operat ...

Airbus CyberSecurity - An Interview with Mr Ian Goslin, Managing Director Airbus CyberSecurity, UK

Take a look at this interview with Ian Goslin, Managing Director of Airbus CyberSecurity, UK, which was conducted ahead of the Cyber Defence & Network Security Conference.

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The Hacking Team Fallout: Who can governments trust now?

In the summer of 2015, Hacking Team, a well-known cyber security firm, was itself the victim of a cyber attack, losing over 400GB of confidential data that included source code, internal documents and sensitive emails.The incident has raised several key questions: How do governments know who to trust when it...

Cyber Security tactics 'divided by a common language'

It is well known that the cyber threats to industrial control systems are increasing in pace and complexity, but the extent to which human operators and technical infrastructures are adapting to these threats is less clear. Ian Buffey, Technical Director, Industrial Control System Cyber Security at Atkins, has worked with...

[INFOGRAPHIC] - Is Your Company's Cyber Security Good Enough?

In a recent Oil & Gas IQ survey it showed that most concerns are aimed on Hackivism (61%) and State actors (Espionage 20% & Cyber Warfare 8%). How confident are you that your current defense mechanisms can handle/detect Hackivism?Download this exclusive and complimentary infographic below and find out what the...

GCHQ chief ignites debate about government surveillance, tech giants and terrorists

The new head of GCHQ has piled the pressure on large tech firms including Google, Apple and Twitter to facilitate more open communications with government to shore up data privacy and security laws. Robert Hannigan wrote an article in the Financial Times suggesting that web giants including Facebook, WhatsApp and...

NATO hosts largest ever cyber defence exercise

November 2014 NATO is currently undertaking the largest multination cyber defence exercise that will test the Alliance’s ability to defend its networks against a number of threats. The exercise, Cyber Coalition 2014, is taking place Estonia and involves over 400 technical, government and cyber experts operating from dozens of locations...

Cyber attack from Islamic extremists "very likely," says City of London police chief

November 2014 The threat of Islamic militants goes beyond car bombs, suicide vests and crude knife and gun attacks; it’s also in the cyber domain...

Dick Crowell US Naval War College - Past Presentation

Dick Crowell, Associate Professor, Information Operations & Cyberspace Operations, U.S. Naval War College delivered this presentation entitled 'What’s Past is Prologue' at 2016's CDANS conference. Download for a copy of the presentation which covered the following points:Professional military education (PME) as a two way street to aid commanders, industry leaders, and politicians in shaping success...

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