Wednesday 8th March 2023
How Cyber Warfare and Information Operations are changing Everything!
10:00 - 16:30
Presented by: Dr Leigh Armistead, CISSP
This one-day seminar presents an overview of the key issues which are of concern in today’s challenging world of cyber warfare and cyber security.
There is increasing concern that our systems are vulnerable to attack from numerous sources and that these attacks are becoming more and more sophisticated. It is therefore essential to understand these threats and to be able to create and implement a robust policy of self defence.
This programme takes participants through all the important issues to be considered to ensure that cyber attacks do not disrupt an organization’s operations.
1000 What is Information and Cyber Warfare?
- Why are they different than the traditional focus on Air, Land and Sea capabilities?
- Theoretical IW versus Reality.
- How have the elements of power changed over the last two decades?
- At the Strategic Level, who controls this power?
- If it is not the USG, how can we influence it?
- How did we protect the US previously, and can we do that now?
1130 Is there an Operational element of IW?
- If so, who owns it, what is there span of control and influence?
- B-Roll, Positive stories, the strength of trust via relationships.
- What can we not control?
- Historical Examples: Revolutionary War, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Iraq and Afghanistan
- Disinformation Campaigns by foreign/domestic groups
- People’s inherent bias and belief’s
1315 Offensive vs Defensive IW
- Does it matter? Who can do it? Are you allowed?
- If so, do you have trained personnel?
- What about blowback at the strategic/operational level?
- From a military aspect, what is in scope?
- Long-term strategic US objectives
- Medium/Short-Term operational missions
- Safety of US sailors/soldiers/airman/marines
Examples of Current IW Ops
- North Korea
1545 Moving forward – what should we expect?
- Ransomware to government / corporations
- Online propaganda to influence diplomatic/military ops
- More attacks from aboard on service members families
- ICS Systems are more vulnerable
- Social Media off-line
- The IoT is an attack vector
1630 Close of Day
2023-Pre-Conference-Cyber_Workshop_outline-Leigh-Armistead.pdf (102 downloads)
Workshop Application Details
The Seminar will run from 10:00 until 16:30 on Wednesday 8th 0f March 2023 at Towson, Baltimore County, USA
The attendance fee is £60. Fees include an electronic copy of the course materials. To reserve a place please email Elaine Hayne on Elaine@academic-conferences.org