Workshops

 

Cyber Operations in the Maritime Environment: 15th July 2014

Cyber security is an area of increasing interest to business and governments who operate in the maritime environment. This workshop took place with the support of DCDC (Development, Concepts and Doctrine Centre) with participants from government, military and private enterprise. 

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The Future of Mobile Computing and Mobile Security: 27th March 2014

Mobile computing has transformed the way we work, play and communicate in a very short space of time. This two day workshop comprised of a conceptual discussion and two technical exercises.

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Future of International Law and Cyber Warfare: 18th July 2013

This workshop seeks to expose and explore key questions that arise in relation to the International Law applicable to cyberwarfare by bringing together key stakeholders from the military and academia for an informed discussion on the topic.

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Future of Cyber Criminals and Measuring Their Activity: 18th April 2013

A workshop with key stakeholders to explore the current situation and to widen the knowledge of cyber criminals and develop innovative approaches to obtain information on their activities.

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Small Business Cyber Security Workshop 2012: 20th Jan 2013

The purpose of this workshop is to work with a group of small to medium enterprise stakeholders from a range of industrial sectors in order to identify the issues that they are facing in regards to cyber security.

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Mobilising Emergency Response: 10th Sept 2012

This workshop explores aspects of mobilizing emergency/disaster response. As the 21st Century is taking shape, four trends inspire innovation in this field;Complexity, Brittleness, Increased frequency of disasters, Digital technology. This workshop will consider these aspects and develop future research directions.

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Future of Digital Troublemakers: 31st July 2012

A future scoping exercise to examine scenarios based on the disruptive convergence of technology and society.

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