The Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI) http://www.csfi.us/ and NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) http://www.ccdcoe.org/ will be presenting a unique workshop on the online recruitment of volunteers for enhancing the instruments of cyber power of nations and organizations. This is a great opportunity to learn more about methodologies, lessons learned, deliverables, coordination and volunteerism in cyberspace.
The workshop will take place at the 3rd International Conference on Cyber Conflict, June 7-10, 2011 in Tallinn, Estonia. CSFI members will have a special discount. Register at: https://www.ccdcoe.org/reg/457117215.
JUNE 7-10, 2011 in Tallinn, Estonia
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Rain Ottis (Estonia)
Rain Ottis is a scientist at the Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) in Tallinn, Estonia. He has previously served as an officer in the Estonian Defence Forces, where he focused on cyber defence training and awareness programs. He is a graduate of the US Military Academy and Tallinn University of Technology. His research interests include cyber conflict, especially the role of non -state actors.
Presentation: Politically Motivated Cyber Attacks
Rain will present his research on politically motivated cyber -attacks by non-state groups, discussing the various ways they can be organized, their strengths and weaknesses, as well as some potential countermeasures.
Alexander Klimburg (Austria)
Alexander Klimburg is a Fellow at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs and has acted as an advisor to government on national security issues, especially within Cyber Security, Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP), and EU Common and Foreign Security Policy (CFSP). Mr. Klimburg has partaken in international and intergovernmental discussions, has acted as an advisor to the Austrian delegation at the OSCE and has been a member of various national and EU -level policy and working groups. Mr. Klimburg has consulted to various national governments and governmental institutions and works closely with the Austrian Office of the National Security Council.
Presentation: Mobilising Cyber Power
Cyber crime, cyber terrorism and cyber warfare share a common technological basis, tools, logistics and operational methods. They can also share the same social networks and have comparable goals. The differences between these categories of cyber activity are often razor thin or only in the eye of the beholder. From the perspective of a cyber warrior, cybercrime can offer the technical basis (software tools and l ogistic support) and cyber terrorism the social basis (personal networks and motivation) with which to execute attacks on the computer networks of enemy groups or nations.
Roger Kuhn (USA)
Roger Kuhn graduated from the United States Coast Guard Academy in 1989 earning a commission as an Ensign and a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering (EE). Mr. Kuhn was selected to serve as ONR Science Advisor (SA) to Naval Network Warfare Command (NETWARCOM). In August 2010, following the establishment of Fleet Cyber Command/Commander, 10th Fleet (FLTCYBERCOM/C10F), he was re -selected as the 1st ONR SA assigned to FLTCYBERCOM/C10F.
Among his many professional credentials, Mr. Kuhn is an experienced & registered DoD IA professional (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) and a recognized member of the NSWC Dahlgren Division’s Science and Technology community, having earned & executed over $3.0M in ONR & OSD applied science grants pertaining to mobile wireless networking technologies.
Presentation: The Conceptual Construct for
Developing a Cyber Operations Workforce
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Joint Presentation by Paul de Souza, Don Eijndhoven, and Anand Shah
Paul de Souza (USA)
Paul de Souza is the Founder/President/Director of CSFI (Cyber Security Forum Initiative) and its...