Cooperative Cyber Defence
Centre of Excellence Tallinn,

Technical Challenges & Solutions

The Technical Track of the Conference on Cyber Conflict (C6 2010) is designed to give our conference attendees the opportunity to examine the nuts and bolts of computer and information security at a deep, practical level.

The track focuses on practical aspects of security issues of cyber space. The track brings together academic, industry, and government professionals to a highly selective forum on implementation and application of cyber security.

Topics belonging to the Technical Track will be covering a broad range of specific methods used in the everyday attacks and defenses that occur in the online world, i.e. practical ways of obtaining attack information, vulnerabilities, exploit codes, risk avoidance, deterrence, prevention, detection, investigation, containment and recovery.

Technical Track presentations will explore the use and abuse of computer code, network protocols, and Internet infrastructure, and cover both the offensive and defensive aspects of information and cyber warfare.

Technical papers will be describing original ideas, groundbreaking results and/or quantified system experiences. We especially expect submissions that will highlight real-world cyber security issues and deployments, new application domains, and retrospectives on the state-of-the-art.

NB: Please be aware that the information presented here may require a fair amount of technical background knowledge in order to follow the discussion.

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

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