Cooperative Cyber Defence
Centre of Excellence Tallinn,

Concepts & Strategy

The Strategy track builds on the success from last year’s Cyber Warfare conference, where experts from around the world presented their insight and research on the strategic issues in cyberspace. Some key questions for this year include:

  • How does national power and national security manifest in cyberspace?
  • What are the national security implications from anonymous (non-state) cyber attack campaigns?
  • How to model and analyze cyber power and cyber conflict?

Most presentations are based on internationally peer reviewed research papers, which will be available in the proceedings of the conference.

Aside from the presentations, the Strategy track contains two discussion panels:

  • NATO and cyber conflicts, and
  • non-state actors in international cyber conflicts.

News

16 June 2010 President Ilves Opens Conference on Cyber Conflict
16 June 2010 President Ilves Opens Conference on Cyber Conflict
11 June 2010 Peter Flory to give an ending keynote at the Conference
24 May 2010 Melissa Hathaway confirmed as a keynote speaker at the Conference
16 March 2010 Conference Speakers Announced

supporters
EU Regional Development Fund
BreakingPoint
Microsoft
NetWitness
Skype