The Centre has taken a NATO-orientated, interdisciplinary approach to its focus areas. The work of the Centre is based on extensive information exchange, co-operation with NATO and NATO states as well as academia and the private sector.
Centre publishes a number of research articles and reports each year on various topics. Although Centre's research is available to download only on our Portal and NS WAN, it is possible to view the list of published articles here.
Access to the Portal is open to the members of NATO and NATO-related entities, officials of the NATO countries and NATO CCD COE partner organisations. To sign up, write to portal -at- ccdcoe.org and provide following information: Name, affiliation, contact information. Please give at least 7 days for the processing of your request. The centre has a right to refuse access to the Portal.
In addition to the proceedings of the annual conferences, the Centre has also published materials on law, policy and technical issues. Full list of the books with the links to downloads is available here. Hardcovers of the books can be obtained by contacting publications at ccdcoe.org.
Following the initiative of the Centre and its partners from academia, a group of world-class international law and law of armed conflict experts regularly meet to bring clarity to the applicability of the law of armed conflict to cyber incidents. The group’s work is intended to lead to a restatement and manual on the international law applicable to cyber warfare, similar to the manuals on the law applicable to armed conflicts at sea (1994) and air and missile warfare (2010).
The Tallinn Manual is forthcoming in both paper and electronic copies from Cambridge University Press (© Cambridge University Press 2013). However, you can already preorder the Tallinn Manual here. The draft version of the Manual can be accessed from our webpage.