The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence is a multinational and interdisciplinary hub of cyber defence expertise. The Tallinn-based international military organization focuses on technology, strategy, operations and law.
Discover our web-based database INCYDER (International Cyber Developments Review). This interactive research tool provides a comprehensive collection of legal and policy documents adopted by international organisations active in cyber security. The database also features descriptions and news briefs about these organisations.
The 9th International Conference on Cyber Conflict (CyCon 2017) will focus on the ‘core’ aspects of cyber security. The Call for Papers invites submissions that will increase understanding of the most critical cyber security issues in our digitally connected world. CyCon 2017 is open to submissions addressing topics from technical, legal, policy, strategy and military perspectives.
The Call for Papers is looking to address the following questions: How can the ‘core’ elements of cyber security be defined? How do they relate to the essential assets and principles in the technical, legal and political spheres? How can critical (information) infrastructure be protected? How can critical vulnerabilities be mitigated and the most detrimental threats countered? How can legal frameworks be established and applied in the cyber security realm? What technologies can help nations to counter emerging cyber threats? How can effective cyber security strategies be developed and implemented? What should be the role of the armed forces? How can cyber operations against core (national) assets be deterred?