The SDA's cyber-security initiative is built on a sound track-record - reports from past SDA activities in cyber-security are listed on this page.
Video interviews and opinion articles by international experts
STEVE MYERS, MEMBER OF THE DHS TASKFORCE ON CYBER-SECURITY
20 November 2012
CHRIS PAINTER, US DEPARTMENT OF STATE
10 May 2012
TROELS OERTING, EUROPOL
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Fifteen soldiers were awarded the newest U.S. Army military occupational specialty, cyber network defender, during a graduation ceremony on November 27th, held at Fort Gordon. The soldiers completed a 14-week course on cyber warfare, writes Defence Talk.
The world's leading technology companies have united to demand sweeping changes to U.S. surveillance laws, urging an international ban on bulk collection of data to help preserve the public's “trust in the internet”.
UK Government Response to European Commission Consultation on Network and Information Security (2012) NEW!
Homeland Security Advisory Council, Task Force on Cyberskills (2012) NEW!
ENISA, 'National and International Cyber Security Exercises: Survey, Analysis & Recommendations' (2012) NEW!
ENISA National Cyber Security Challenges (2012)
ENISA Cyber Security: Future Challenges and Opportunities (2011)
UN: Letter dated 12 September 2011 from the Permanent representatives of China, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan to the United Nations, addressed to the Secretary General: International Code of Conduct for Information Security
Find further documents, white papers and papers on cyber-security here.
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What next for European cyber-security?
Getting in step
Cyber-security: technology faster than policy?
Conversation with William J. Lynn III
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