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    • Defence IQ Presents Book & pay by 3rd June and SaVe UP To €450 ss succe ng on the ’s Cyber Buildi fence IQ n in of De fare Londo r 150 War , with ove ce ry fen Janua ry and de s from milita delegate e. try ob indus ross the gl ac Distinguished Speakers: Brigadier General John Davis, Director of Current Operations, US CyBer CommanD Wing Commander Chris Stace, CIS Directorate (Policy & Requirements), European Union Military Staff, eUroPean eXTernaL aCTIon SerVICe Colonel (GS) Gerald Vernez, Deputy Director of Cyber Defence, SWISS DeParTmenT oF DeFenSe Lieutenant Colonel Chris Barrington-Brown, Land Information Assurance Group (LIAG), BrITISH army Venue: Berlin Marriott Hotel, Germany Lieutenant Colonel Tupper, Commanding Officer, CanaDIan Pre-conference Focus Day: 26th September 2011 ForCeS neTWork oPeraTIonS CenTre main Conference: 27th – 28th September 2011 Lieutenant Colonel William Hagestad II, Force Movement Post-conference Seminar: 29th September 2011 Control, US marIne CorPS Attending Cyber Warfare Lieutenant Colonel Volker Wetzler, Head of Cyber Security, German moD Europe 2011 Will Allow You To: Lieutenant Colonel Brian Cook, Director of Operations, 39th Information Operations Squadron, USaFwww.cyberwarfare-europe.com Hear and meet senior European military officers responsible for newly announced cyber strategies including the Head of Cyber Lieutenant Colonel andreas Ulrich, Operations Officer, naTo Security at the German moD and Deputy Director of Cyber Defence InFormaTIon aSSUranCe TeCHnICaL CenTre for the Swiss Department of Defence. Dr Harald niggemann, Department 1: Security of Applications, Critical Infrastructures and Networks, German FeDeraL Keep informed of the real cyber threats facing military networks, oFFICe For InFormaTIon SeCUrITy (BSI) methods of attack and denial by leading practitioners. PLUS Check Heli Tiirmaa-klaar, Cyber Defence Section, Emerging Security out the post-conference seminar on the Chinese Cyber Threat with Challenges Division, naTo the US marine Corps kristin mørkestøl, Senior Adviser, Department of Security Policy, Understand global developments in cyber warfare; with norWeGIan moD presentations on building a ‘cyber force,’ civil – military cyber Dr. Steve Purser, Head of Technical and Competence coordination and coordination efforts, clarifying the current legal Department, eUroPean neTWork anD InFormaTIon status of cyber operations and the emerging ‘rules of engagement’ SeCUrITy aGenCy for cyber warfare practitioners. See our pre-conference workshop michael Boyer, Director, RCERT Europe, US army on ‘Building the Cyber Force.’ rain ottis, Scientist, naTo CooPeraTIVe CyBer DeFenCe CenTre oF eXCeLLenCe Pre-conference Focus Day: Post-conference Seminar: Christopher richardson, Lecturer, Defence College of Communications & Information Systems, Uk moD Building the Cyber Force Chinese Cyber Threat eneken Tikk, Legal Advisor, naTo CooPeraTIVe CyBer 08.30 – 14.40 26th September 07.30 – 17.00 29th September DeFenCe CenTre oF eXCeLLenCe (naTo CCD Coe) Join this exclusive pre-conference China has emerged as one of the roy Lindelauf, Researcher, neTHerLanDS DeFenCe focus day to examine the key issues global hubs for cyber warfare and aCaDemy faced by armed forces globally in is believed to be the source of a building an effective ‘cyber force’ and multitude of cyber attacks targeting Professor Thomas C. Wingfield, Professor of International Law, the strategies to bridge the human both the public and private sectors marSHaLL CenTer capability gap in cyber warfare of Western nations. Take part in this and Information Assurance (IA) revealing seminar to cut through the ‘The IQPC Cyber Warfare Event in Berlin will be a fantastic event to liaise practitioners. See page 2 for more disinformation and assess the real with international defence and intelligence colleagues, share ideas and details. cyber threat posed by China. learn from another. My anticipation in attending and participating in the See page 2 for more details. event is eclipsed by the level of professionalism and knowledge that will be available to everyone who registers and participates’ Lieutenant Colonel William Hagestad II, Force Movement Control, US MARINE CORPS E: defence@iqpc.co.uk T: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 7368 9301
    • Dear Colleague, Post-conference Seminar: ‘ As you well know, cyberspace has established itself as the 5th domain of Analysing the Chinese Cyber warfare. As the threats from individual hackers, organised crime, terrorist Warfare Threat – Full Day groups and rival governments proliferate, so western militaries (particularly Seminar 29th September 07.30-17.00 in Europe) are looking to build their cyber warfare capabilities and implement the best cyber defence possible to counter these. As newly allocated cyber budgets fly against the wind of recent defence cuts, it is crucial that this The end of the 20th century and start of the 21st has seen the creation of a 5th domain in warfare – cyber warfare. Incidents of highly organised cyber attack in Estonia, Georgia money be spent wisely to protect against the real threats, using the most and Iran among many others have prompted armed forces globally to assess their own effective strategies and the correct solutions. cyber warfare capabilities and those of their potential adversaries, to ensure they remain Cyber Warfare Europe 2011 will give you the unique opportunity to discuss as prepared as possible for any and all threats. Whilst China is hailed as a global ‘hub’ these issues and more, with military cyber strategists, decision makers for cyber warfare and held responsible for a host of attacks by the media, armed forces and practitioners globally, to ensure your cyber warfare capabilities are as globally still lack a thorough and educated understanding of the real Chinese cyber warfare threat. current as possible. I look forward to meeting you in Berlin. Attend this highly current full-day seminar to better understand the real cyber threat from China and how to prepare your cyber defences accordingly. Best regards, Sam Collard – Conference Producer, Cyber Warfare Europe 2011 Topics covered in the session include: • Definition of the Chinese cyber threat • Organization of China’s PLA Cyber Command, key personalities • The 8 Pillars of the PLA’s Cyber Warfare Strategy - mapping East to West Pre-conference Focus Day ‘ • Specific case studies of cyber attacks by the PLA Building the Cyber Force • Interests and Intent of the PLA Cyber Command 26th September 08.30-14.40 Benefits of attending: Join Defence IQ for this exclusive focus day, designed to solve the challenges facing • In-depth look at how the Chinese value history, the art of war and can inculcate armed forces in recruiting, building, training and maintaining their cyber forces information dominance and the Information Assurance (IA) practitioners of tomorrow. With case studies and • Understand the nature and intent of the Chinese cyber threat for cyber force planning expert insights from the US army, naTo, USaF and Uk moD, this day will arm you with the information to help build your human cyber capability moving forward. • Analyse the symptoms of Chinese cyber attacks with real-world case studies to enhance your attack detection capabilities 08.30 Coffee & registration • Identify potential targets of attack to help establish pro-active cyber defences moving forward 09.00 Chairman’s Welcome & opening Speech 09.10 Successfully establishing a national military CerT Capability: rCerT Seminar leader: Lieutenant Colonel William Hagestad II, Force Movement Control, europe Case Study US marIne CorPS Michael Boyer, Director, RCERT Europe, US ARMY aBoUT THe SPeaker: 09.50 augmenting the Cyber Force: Building a Cyber Capability Lieutenant Colonel Hagestad has a Bachelor of Arts in Mandarin Chinese, with minor emphasis in Rain Ottis, Scientist, NATO COOPERATIVE CYBER DEFENCE CENTRE OF Classical Chinese and Modern Japanese and a Master’s of Science in the Management Of Technology EXCELLENCE from the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota; he will be receiving a second Master’s of Science from the College of Computer Engineering in Security Technologies in 2011. Enlisting in the United States Marine Corps in 1981 and having served in numerous command posts, in 2009 Lieutenant 10.30 morning Coffee Break Colonel Hagestad was reassigned to MarForPac, Camp H.M. Smith as the Force Movement Control Officer in the G-4 section. His personal decorations in the Navy include the Achievement Medal with Gold Star, 11.00 establishing a Training environment for Public Sector Cyber Security the Navy Commendation Medal, the Operation Iraqi Freedom Medal with single campaign star and the Dr Harald Niggemann, Department 1: Security of Applications, Critical Infrastructures Selected Marine Corps Reserve Medal with 4 stars. and Networks, GERMAN FEDERAL OFFICE FOR INFORMATION SECURITY (BSI) 11.40 Building a Cyber operations Community: Cyber Training in the 39thwww.cyberwarfare-europe.com Information operations Squadron (39 IoS) 07.30 Coffee and registration Lieutenant Colonel Brian Cook, Director of Operations, 39th Information Operations 08.00 Introductions Squadron, USAF 08.20 review Programme agenda 12.20 Lunch 08.30 Session 1 - Defining the Chinese Cyber Threat • History of threats 13.20 Filling the Human Capability Gap in Information assurance: educating • History of cooperation the Ia Practitioners of Tomorrow • Recent examples Christopher Richardson, Lecturer, Defence College of Communications & Information Systems, UK MOD 10.00 Break 14.00 Building the Cyber Force: The major Challenges ahead and ensuring 10.10 Session 2 - organization of the People’s Liberation army (PLa) Cyber Successful Human Capability Building attack Command 14.40 Chairman’s Closing remarks & end of Focus Day 12.00 Working Lunch Session 3 - 8 Pillars of the PLa’s Cyber Warfare Strategy 13.00 Break 13.15 Session 4 - Specific examples & case studies of cyber-attack SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES methodologies used by the PLa 3 easy ways to get involved • Operation Night Dragon • Operation Aurora 1) Thought Leadership: With an expected audience of senior military customers • Wordpress DDoS and decision-makers from across the globe, Defence IQ events enable you to • Paris G-20 data exfiltration build your reputation as a market-leader and to position yourself as an innovative thought-leader in your chosen domain through speaking sessions and subject- 14.00 Session 5 – Interests and intent of PLa Cyber Command specific conference streams, workshops and focus days. • Critical Infrastructure surface & gaps exploitation 2) Branding: We bring together buyers and suppliers in a tailored location with • Energy industry – oil, gas & electricity unbeatable facilities for onsite branding and exposure. 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For further details, or to discuss which option is best for your organisation, please call +44 (0) 207 368 9300 or email: 16.40 recommendations & next Steps defence@iqpc.co.uk E: defence@iqpc.co.uk T: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 7368 9301
    • MAIN CONFERENCE DAY ONE: 27TH SEPTEMBER 2011 08.30 CoFFee & reGISTraTIon 12.20 LUnCH 09.00 CHaIrman’S WeLCome & oPenInG SPeeCH VULneraBILITy aSSeSSmenT & SImULaTIon SoLUTIon FoCUS SeSSIon 09.10 keynoTe: CyBer DeFenCe In THe German armeD ForCeS 13.20 CLarIFyInG THe LeGaLITy oF CyBer ConFLICT anD • The future strategic approach for the German government CreaTInG a LeGaL FrameWork For InTernaTIonaL and defence cyber capabilities CyBer SeCUrITy • Threat intelligence gathering and effectively anticipating • Addressing the need to clarify the legality of cyber warfare attacks • Establishing the legal parameters of cyber warfare within the • Moving from a ‘fortress’ mindset to a doctrine of existing laws governing armed conflict ‘defence in depth’ • Responding to incidents of cyber attack: ensuring Lieutenant Colonel Volker Wetzler, Head of Cyber proportionality and legitimacy of response (NATO or EU?) Security, German moD (pending final confirmation) eneken Tikk, Legal Advisor, naTo CooPeraTIVe CyBer DeFenCe CenTre oF eXCeLLenCe (naTo CCD Coe) 09.50 keynoTe: SeCUrITy anD reSILIenCe In GoVernmenTaL CLoUDS: makInG an InFormeD 14.00 THe LaW oF InFormaTIon ConFLICT: eSTaBLISHInG DeCISIon rULeS oF enGaGemenT In CyBerSPaCe • Introduction to ENISA • Governing cyber conflict as the 5th dimension of war • Assessing the impact of moving to the cloud • Adapting the Geneva and Hague conventions to deal with a The risks 21st century issue The Information assurance framework • Protecting essential civilian cyber facilities from attack Maturity models Professor Thomas C. Wingfield, Professor of International • The implications of cloud computing for information Law, marSHaLL CenTer security and resilience • Incorporating the cloud service delivery model into 14.40 CoFFee & neTWorkInG Break national and international CIIP strategies Dr. Steve Purser, Head of Technical and Competence 15.10 CyBer DeFenCe anD THe neeD For BroaD CooPeraTIon Department, eUroPean neTWork anD • Overview of the Norwegian approach to cyber defence InFormaTIon SeCUrITy aGenCy • The need for broad cooperation I: cooperation between civilian and military actors in Norway 10.30 CoFFee & neTWorkInG Break • The need for broad cooperation II: a suggestion on how to cooperate between the public and private sector at the enD PoInT SoLUTIonS FoCUS SeSSIon national level kristin mørkestøl, Senior Adviser, Department of Securitywww.cyberwarfare-europe.com 11.00 eU mILITary STaFF CyBer DeFenCe STraTeGy anD Policy, norWeGIan moD reQUIremenTS: GeTTInG THe BaLanCe rIGHT To meeT THe CHaLLenGe 15.50 maXImISInG CyBer reSoUrCeS THroUGH eFFeCTIVe •EU Crisis Management Operations within cyberspace. mILITary – GoVernmenT Co-oPeraTIon & Co- •Understanding and responding to capability challenges. orDInaTIon: DISCUSSIon SeSSIon •Current cyber defence activity within European External Due to the scarce nature of cyber security resources (both Action Service. technical and human) and tight budgets, smaller European •Using a risk management approach: nations need to effectively co-ordinate their efforts between Define the risk (threat/vulnerability assessment) the military and civilian government sectors, to maximise Mitigate the risk (people, procedures and technology) the resources they have and enhance efficiency by avoiding Wing Commander Chris Stace, CIS Directorate duplication of efforts. This session will analyse how (Policy & Requirements), European Union Military Staff, nations are currently co-coordinating their CERT teams and eUroPean eXTernaL aCTIon SerVICe other vital capabilities and discuss best practices and lessons learnt. Panel will include: 11.40 PraGmaTIC manaGemenT oF CyBer oPeraTIonS Lieutenant Colonel Volker Wetzler, Head of Cyber Security, aCroSS THe PUBLIC anD PrIVaTe SeCTorS German moD • UK Cyber Operations: understanding the whole situation Dr. Steve Purser, Head of Technical and Competence •Operating across a broad spectrum: Managing the Public – Department, eUroPean neTWork anD InFormaTIon Private sector boundaries SeCUrITy aGenCy Wing Commander Chris Stace, CIS Directorate (Policy & • Effective management of resource: Targeting for effect Requirements), European Union Military Staff, eUroPean •Operational Lessons learnt eXTernaL aCTIon SerVICe Lieutenant Colonel Chris Barrington-Brown, Land kristin mørkestøl, Senior Adviser, Department of Security Information Assurance Group (LIAG),BrITISH army Policy, norWeGIan moD 16.30 CHaIrman’S CLoSInG remarkS & enD oF Day one ABOUT DEFENCE IQ Defenceiq.com is a global online community that provides high quality information regarding current military and defence issues. Defenceiq. com offers thought leadership resources such as interviews, presentations, whitepapers, as well as online webinars and online events. Join Defenceiq.com to get exclusive interviews and event presentations. You can also network with new contacts made on-site, find new business opportunities and access strategic resources online. Sign up today at www.defenceiq.com E: defence@iqpc.co.uk T: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 7368 9301
    • MAIN CONFERENCE DAY TWO: 28TH SEPTEMBER 2011 08.30 CoFFee & reGISTraTIon CyBer ForenSICS, InTerCePTIon & eTHICaL HaCkInG SoLUTIon FoCUS SeSSIon 09.00 CHaIrman’S WeLCome & oPenInG SPeeCH 13.20 oPeraTInG In CyBerSPaCe: a US FLeeT CyBer 09.10 keynoTe: THe THreaT oF CyBer WarFare anD THe CommanD / 10TH FLeeT PerSPeCTIVe CHaLLenGeS FaCInG THe US CyBer CommanD • Understanding the Domain • Assessing the threats to military networks • Evolution of Maritime Operations & Organizational Culture • The challenges and areas of focus for the US Cyber Command’s • Challenges & Opportunities Current Operations directorate Confirmed representative, US FLeeT CyBer • Future requirements and strategic development of the cyber CommanD warfare effort Brigadier General John Davis, Director of Current 14.00 anaLySInG THe CaPaBILITIeS, InTenTIonS anD Operations, US CyBer CommanD (SUBJeCT To FInaL orGanISaTIon oF STaTe CyBer aDVerSarIeS: ConFIrmaTIon) DISCUSSIon SeSSIon This session will act as an open forum to discuss the nature 09.50 From reaCTIVe To ProaCTIVe: SHIFTInG THe CyBer of the threat NATO militaries’ face from state adversaries in DeFenCe DoCTrIne the cyber realm. As armed forces globally continue to • Creating a comprehensive cyber defence strategy for a militarise their cyber capabilities, it is vital to understand the small and neutral nation: what are we really facing here? real threat this poses and the adequate responses. With input Identifying the threats through effective risk management from guest speakers, this session will be the perfect prelude and threat intelligence gathering to our post-conference seminar analysing the Chinese Setting responses to deal with anticipated threats Cyber Warfare Threat – see page 2 for details. Putting in place the means to identify and neutralise cyber attackers in cooperation with national and 14.40 CoFFee & neTWorkInG Break international selected partners • Overcoming the problem of human and technical resourcing 15.10 eXPLorInG THe CanaDIan ForCeS’ CyBer DeFenCe in a society producing a limited amount of IT and security oPeraTIonS policy specialists • The mission we aim to achieve and our partners we work with • Role of the military in a national cyber defence construct • Analysing the nature of the cyber threat faced by Canadian forces Colonel (GS) Gerald Vernez, Deputy Director of Cyber • Cyber defence operations currently underway within the Defence, SWISS DeParTmenT oF DeFenSe Canadian Forces. What lessons have been learnt? Lieutenant Colonel Tupper, Commanding Officer, InTrUSIon DeTeCTIon, monITorInG & InCIDenT CanaDIan ForCeS neTWork oPeraTIonS CenTrewww.cyberwarfare-europe.com LoGGInG SoLUTIon FoCUS SeSSIon 15.50 CyBer War: a neTWork DeSIGn anD anaLySIS 10.30 CoFFee & neTWorkInG Break PerSPeCTIVe To IDenTIFy VULneraBILITIeS anD PoTenTIaL SITeS oF aTTaCk 11.00 BUILDInG eFFeCTIVe InTernaTIonaL CyBer CrISIS • Network analysis and how it can identify potential nodes of reSPonSe CaPaBILITIeS intrusion and attack • The role of NATO as a driver for international cyber defence Application of game theory and formulaic models to cyber networks initiatives • Resilience studies as helping to identify weak points in • Work of the NATO Information Assurance Technical Centre critical information infrastructure (NIATC) and Computer Incident Response Capability • Design principles of covert networks and how they can aid (NCIRC) defence against a cyber attack Incident detection, response and recovery roy Lindelauf, Researcher, neTHerLanDS DeFenCe • The challenge of delivering network security for operational aCaDemy and peacetime operations - the Afghanistan Mission Network 16.30 CHaIrman’S CLoSInG remarkS & enD oF Lieutenant Colonel andreas Ulrich, Operations Officer, ConFerenCe naTo InFormaTIon aSSUranCe TeCHnICaL CenTre 11.40 eXPLorInG naTo’S neW CyBer PoLICy • The current status of international cyber defence and the MEDIA PARTNERS role of NATO moving forward • Stage 1: Bringing NATO networks under central protection • Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP) for NATO member countries • Fostering greater co-operation between international public bodies and private – public partnerships on cyber issues MoD Heli Tiirmaa-klaar, Cyber Defence Section, Emerging Security Challenges Division, naTo 12.20 LUnCH E: defence@iqpc.co.uk T: +44 (0)20 7368 9300 F: +44 (0)20 7368 9301
    • CYBER WARFARE 5 Ways to RegisteR EUROPE 2011 Freephone: 0800 652 2363 or main conference: 27th – 28th September Focus Day: Pre-conference focus day: 26th September +44 (0)20 7368 9300 seminar: Post-conference seminar: 29th September Venue: Berlin Marriott Hotel, Inge-Beisheim-Platz 1, Berlin, 10785 Germany Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 to speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. post: your booking form to my registration code IQPC, 129 WIlton road, Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the VICtorIa, london, registration code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. 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