The NCI Agency is pleased to announce that NATO’s largest cyber security conference this year will focus on cross-domain applications of cyber security, scheduled from 16 to 18 October 2018, in Mons, Belgium.
This prestigious three-day event, organized by the NCI Agency, brings together an audience of over 1,600 national leaders and leading cyber security specialists from across the Alliance to discuss evolving policy and technology. It is accompanied by an exhibition of some of the most innovative solutions in the area of cyber security.
Following the NATO Summit, this year’s event will focus on the theme of "Securing NATO’s Digital Endeavour" and how cyber affects other domains – land, sea and air as well as areas such as joint intelligence and reconnaissance and civil-military cooperation.
This year’s edition will feature the following panels:
The cyber pledge: Innovative partnerships
The military perspective: Ensuring freedom of manoeuvre in cyberspace
From banks to drones: Securing our societies across all domains
Attracting diverse talent
As in previous years, the event will provide a unique platform to connect with top Industry and NATO security leaders, explore cutting-edge technology and participate in world-class workshops. The discussions will include:
An introduction to the brand new NATO’s Cyberspace Operations Centre concept
Operating Cyber Rapid Reaction Teams
Exploring Secure DevOps (DevSecOps)
An introduction to the US cyber threat framework
Running military operations from the cloud
White-hats’ testimonial: successful compromise of enterprise networks
Attendance is free of charge for NATO and EU Nations, civilian and military officials, and media representatives.
NIAS Website: Visit http://nias2018.com for more info and to be kept abreast of NIAS18 programme details and updates.
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