The NCI Agency is pleased to announce NIAS 2016, NATO's annual cyber security symposium, which will be held on September 7 and 8, in Mons, Belgium.
At the July Warsaw Summit, Alliance Heads of State and Government made a historic decision to recognize cyberspace as NATO's fourth operational domain – along land, sea, and air. What will this mean for NATO and for Industry? Join us at NIAS to hear directly from top NATO decision-makers about how the Summit decisions will shape the next generation of the Alliance's cyber defence.
About the Conference
NIAS is a must-attend event for today's security professional. This two-day event brings together leading security specialists, directors, and mid-managers to product developers and frontline IT staff, so they can exchange ideas, gain valuable knowledge to implement their security initiatives and share real-world experiences. NIAS 2016 addresses the latest innovations in cyber security and provides you with critical business insight, best practice examples, and practical case studies through sessions, exhibits, workshops and much more!
As an Alliance, NATO's core mission is to safeguard the freedom and security of its members. To do this, NATO has to be strong, stable and secure. Defending against a growing cyber threat or containing intrusions begins with an internal perspective of good computer hygiene, threat vector analysis, and looking to the future. NIAS 2016 will discuss what NATO can do to increase its resilience in the context of ever-more sophisticated attacks, while ensuring NATO forces are secure and defended in a static or deployed readiness posture.
NATO is looking inside its walls to see what it can do now to guarantee mission assurance, we will also analyse emerging threats, and look to the 2020 horizon in exploration of innovative solutions for the next generation of NATO's IT Services.