Mr Mario BlokkenHead Permanent Secretariat
European Land Force Interoperability Center (Finabel)
- How can cyber threat intelligence be better shared without compromising the security of sensitive data?
- To what extent does the increased sharing of cyber threat intelligence depend on more effective process, rather than updated technology?
- Exploring how the increased sharing of threat intelligence could assist with the development of a collaborative, multi-national cyber defence strategy
- Having established the severity of the existing cyber threat, this closing panel will be an opportunity for military, government and civilian cyber experts to debate the scope for a collaborative cyber policy. Areas of focus will include:
- What role does defence play in sustaining the cyber resilience of the nation?
- Can cyber threat intelligence be shared more effectively between military, government and CNI?
- Differentiating between cyber security demands for the military and for the government writ large. Establishing applicable lessons that can support a collaborative management of the threat
- In the event of an attack, how can available manpower be pooled to support rapid response and threat containment?