29-31 January 2019 | London, UK
Cyber operators from both military and government are now faced by an entirely new question: Who, not what, will be targeted by hostile cyber operators? It is now time to focus on this question, developing a response to defending the most vulnerable component of cyber operations: the human operator
Attend this multi-domain cyber defence event to:
- Safeguard human operators from hostile cyber influencers through briefings from the heads of national security from military and government
- Effectively manage and monitor social media sources to minimise cyber influencers to personnel
- Protect your supply chain by aligning your systems to the UK cyber protection model
- Develop new approaches to training and recruitment retain best cyber operators in your organisation
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Dick Crowell, Associate Professor, Information Operations & Cyberspace Operations, U.S. Naval War College delivered this presentation entitled 'What’s Past is Prologue' at the 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 in future conflict –conflict that will most certainly include cyber warfare.
- Determining what future combat power is and how to produce, adapt, and operate it under degraded & denied conditions will be critical to winning future wars.
- Moving from a tactical defense to a strategic offensive in conflict will require a multifaceted approach from military services, politicians, industry,and academics.
- We’ve played this game before and we must play it again – and practice