Trends & Future of Cyber-conflicts

  • TYPE: Combined Session DATE: Thursday, November 14, 2019 TIME: 12:00-13:00 LOCATION: Historische Kassenhalle


 In August 2008, large-scale cyber attacks against Georgia’s critical infrastructure conducted simultaneously with the kinetic war, presented the first approbation of the new ‘Russian hybrid’ – mutually supporting efforts of information, cyber and kinetic operations. Georgian case was the only instance when cyber means were used in the direct connection and support of the major military operations as part of a state to state conventional war. Since 2008, the Georgian government started developing the whole spectrum of cyber capabilities and has achieved significant progress in this regard.  



Klara Jordan is the Chief Public Policy Officer at the CyberPeace Institute. At the Global Cyber Alliance Ms. Jordan supported its mission by developing and sustaining partnerships, and furthers GCA's collaborative efforts regarding matters of policy, projects, and fundraising. Previously,...

Philipp Schneidenbach is working as Principal at Ventum Consulting in Munich. He specialises in the area of IT Governance, Enterprise Architecture and IT Service Management. Mr. Schneidenbach was previously working as CTO at 3wGroup in Munich where he was responsible for large-scale...

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