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With over 160 attendees from 18 nations, Cyber Warfare 2010 represented Europe's largest and most successful military Cyber Operations event. Delegates from around the world met in London's business district at Canary Wharf to discuss how we should respond to the growing number of Cyber Attacks that take place daily.

Issues ranged from technological options to better protect our infrastructure, to what a cyber attack means in international law terms and how should our national and international structures be formed to be best defend against this new front.

We were delighted to conduct interviews with a handful of the many cyber experts and pioneers in attendance. You can now download the following interviews for free:

  • John Bumgarner, Chief Technology Officer, The US Cyber Consequences Unit
  • Ian J West, D\NCIRC TC, NCSA, NATO
  • Amit Yoran, CEO, NetWitness (Former First Cyber Security National Director for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security), NetWitness Corporation
  • Dr Dan Kuehl, Information Resources Management College (IRMC), US National Defense University
  • Simon Bergman, Managing Director, Information Operations

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With this issue climbing the priority list of all nations, we look forward to welcoming you back to London next January for Cyber Warfare 2011.

Who attended Cyber Warfare 2010?

  • BAE Systems
  • Ballyfermont Institute
  • Boeing Defence UK Ltd
  • Bundeswehr
  • Cyber Analysis Squadron
  • DOD Rapid Fielding Directorate
  • DSTL
  • Danish Defence Intelligence Service
  • Danish MoD
  • Defence Command Denmark
  • EADS Defence & Security
  • Estonian MoD
  • European Union
  • FRA
  • German Armed Forces
  • German MoD
  • Hellenic National Defence General Staff
  • Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya
  • Italian MoD
  • Jimmy Smith Inc.
  • Joint Air Power Competence Centre
  • Logos Technologies
  • London School of Economics
  • MoD Netherlands
  • NATO HQ
  • National Air & Space Intelligence Center, USAF
  • National Defense University
  • Nexor Ltd.
  • Norwegian Defence CIS centre
  • Raytheon Company
  • Selex Communications Ltd.
  • Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency
  • Swiss Armed Forces
  • The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
  • UK MoD
  • USAF
  • USAFE

Speakers Included:

usMajor General Richard Webber
Commander 24th Air Force
US Space Command

gbGroup Captain Ian Kirkwood
Deputy Head, Chief Information Officer, J6 Operations
UK MoD

itColonel Pietro Nofroni
Chief of Defence Security Branch
Italian MoD

usColonel John Odey
Commander, Network integration Center
US Space Command

swissColonel Gerald Vernez
Chief of Staff, Joint Staff, Swiss Armed Forces
Swiss MoD

usColonel Charles Williamson
Deputy Staff Judge Advocate
Headquarters US Air Forces in Europe (USAFE)

dkMajor Frank Nielsen
Branch Head, Strategic Plans and Concepts
Danish MoD

euRadomír Janský
Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security
European Commission

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Key highlights for the Cyber Warfare 2010 programme included:

  • Insights into the evolving cyber threats to national security and information systems and evaluation of solutions to mitigate the threat from international military cyber commands
  • Analysis of current and future legal issues political pressures and challenges surrounding Cyber Warfare attacks and appropriate national cyber space activity
  • Evolving national policy and doctrinal updates of Cyber Security and Cyber warfare from the UK MoD, US DoD, Swiss MoD, Italian MoD and Danish MoD
  • Examination and lessons learnt from cyber attacks with insights from NATO studies and Estonian MoD
  • Latest technology updates in cyberspace and current research and development for both Computer Network Defence and Computer Network Attack

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