Defence IQ’s Cyber Warfare Online 2011 is the perfect chance for you to get to grips with how the cyber domain is developing as a battlefield and what strategies, tools and technologies are essential for an effective cyber capability.
The STUXNET cyber attack against Iran is the first example of a cyber weapon created to cross from the digital realm into the physical world - with the aim of destroying an aspect of a nation’s critical national infrastructure.
The complexity of STUXNET suggests that a nation state was heavily involved in its development. If found to be the case, this obviously has massive implications for how nations will engage in future warfare, with offensive cyber attacks increasingly being used as a first strike capability.
This brings into focus the need not only to be able to protect your own networks against such an attack, but also to ensure that your military is not left behind in the cyber arms race.
Cyber Warfare Online 2011 will focus on the following key areas:
• The development of the ‘art of war’ for cyber space, looking at battle management and command and control.
• Understand the latest strategies, such as defensive counter-cyber, in defending your network against cyber attacks.
• Learn how other militaries are developing their exploit and attack capabilities in conjunction with the government and intelligence agencies.
So we created a forum to help them – and you – do just this.
Cyber Warfare Online 2011 is an online event designed to help you implement the strategies that will make a difference in this new frontier of cyber warfare.
In order to accommodate your schedule, we have spaced this event over the course of a month so that you may attend at your convenience.
Click here to register and be sure to use the coupon code to receive a 50 pound discount on the register fee.
Register - If you are a early bird and you register before May 13th you only have to pay 399 dollar. And when you use the coupon discount code you will safe another 80 dollar.