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CyCon 2017 Starts in Four Weeks. Czech Team Wins Cyber Defence Exercise Locked Shields 2017 2017.05.05

Tallinn, Estonia - May 04, 2017 - The 9th International Conference on Cyber Conflict, CyCon 2017, is pleased to announce among the speakers of the event Ambassador Sorin Ducaru, NATO´s Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges; Jeff Moss, the founder and CEO of the DEF CON hacker conference; William H. Saito, Special Advisor to the Government of Japan; Michael Chertoff, Co-Chair of GCSC; Paul Vixie, Internet Hall of Fame, Paul Nicholas from Microsoft and many others. Taking place in Tallinn from May 30th to June 2nd 2017 CyCon 2017 will cover issues ranging from international cooperation and conflict in cyberspace to technical challenges and requirements, legal frameworks, regulations and standards under the topic Defending the Core. CyCon 2017 will also include a plenary panel with Cyber Commanders and with the recently established Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC).

Keynote by Prof. Thomas Rid at CyCon 2016.
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 

Tallinn, Estonia - May 04, 2017

The 9th International Conference on Cyber Conflict, CyCon 2017, is pleased to announce among the speakers of the event Ambassador Sorin Ducaru, NATO´s Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges; Jeff Moss, the founder and CEO of the DEF CON hacker conference; William H. Saito, Special Advisor to the Government of Japan; Michael Chertoff, Co-Chair of GCSC; Paul Vixie, Internet Hall of Fame, Paul Nicholas from Microsoft and many others.

Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Taking place in Tallinn from May 30th to June 2nd 2017 CyCon 2017 will cover issues ranging from international cooperation and conflict in cyberspace to technical challenges and requirements, legal frameworks, regulations and standards under the topic Defending the Core.
CyCon 2017 will also include a plenary panel with Cyber Commanders and with the recently established Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace (GCSC).

Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
One of the keynotes of the event will be delivered by Ambassador Ducaru, who is advising the Secretary General of NATO on the evolution of emerging security challenges.

Jeff Moss is the founder and CEO of the DEF CON hacker conference and the founder of Black Hat Briefings, two of the world’s most influential information security events.
A career spent at the intersection of hacking, professional cybersecurity and Internet governance gives him a unique perspective on information security.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Cyber security expert William H. Saito has been named one of the “100 Most Influential People for Japan” by Nikkei.
In addition to advising the government and several other organisations in Japan, Saito is also a recognised advisor to several national governments around the globe.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
As the Co-Chair of the Global Commission on the Stability of Cyberspace Mr. Michael Chertoff advises on the critical developments and initiatives in the field of international cyberspace stability.
Chertoff has previously also served as the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Paul Vixie is an American computer scientist who has been inducted into the Internet Hall of Fame for his achievements and contributions to  DNS design and  open source software principles and methodology.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Paul Nicholas leads Microsoft’s Global Security Strategy and Diplomacy Team, which focuses on driving strategic change, both within Microsoft and externally, to advance infrastructure security and resiliency.

The conference will be opened by the President of Estonia Kersti Kaljulaid.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Other speakers include Katie Moussouris of Luta Security; Adm. Michelle Howard, the Commander of U.S. Naval Forces Europe; Dr. Sandro Gaycken of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin; control system security consultant Ralph Langner; Professor Mike Schmitt, the director and general editor of the Tallinn Manual 2.0 on the International Law Applicable to Cyber Operations and many others.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
CyCon is organised by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, a Tallinn-based knowledge hub, research institution, and training and exercise centre.

Agenda and registration for CyCon 2017 is available at

www.cycon.org  


Czech Team Wins Cyber Defence Exercise Locked Shields 2017

The team from Czech Republic wins the largest and most complex international live-fire cyber defence exercise Locked Shields 2017.

Estonian team and NCIRC team from NATO take second and third place respectively.

The defensive team from Czech Republic also takes home the special prize for the scenario inject.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
NCIRC team scored the highest in the legal game of the exercise, German team came out on top of forensic challenges while the team from the United Kingdom achieved the highest scores in handling the strategic communication challenges.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
“The winning team demonstrated that good tactics and stable performance in all categories can lead to best overall scores in the end. The experts of the Czech team performed also very well in the strategic track that was a new addition this year,” highlights Aare Reintam, Technical Exercise Director at NATO CCD COE.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
“The exercise was particularly challenging for all participants this year due to the increased scope and size of specialised systems involved. The teams had to protect large scale SCADA system controlling the power grid, military AirC2 system, military surveillance drone and Ground Station controlling the drone and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) under intense pressure,” says Reintam.
“In the end all the teams have gained a valuable training experience, which is the ultimate goal of this defensive exercise.”

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
The annual scenario-based real-time network defence exercise focuses on training the security experts who protect national IT systems on a daily basis.

Locked Shields 2017
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In 2017 the Blue Teams are tasked to maintain the services and networks of a military air base of the fictional country, which, according to the exercise scenario, will experience severe attacks on its electric power grid system, drones, military command and control systems and other operational infrastructure.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
In addition to ordinary business IT environment, several specialised IT systems are introduced to Locked Shields in 2017, reflecting the current threat landscape.

Locked Shields exercise has been organised by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence since 2010
.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Every year, teams are put under intense pressure to maintain the networks and services of a fictional country.
This includes handling and reporting incidents, solving forensic challenges, and responding to legal and strategic communications and scenario injects.

To stay abreast of market developments, Locked Shields focuses on realistic and cutting-edge technologies, networks and attack methods.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Locked Shields 2017 is organised in cooperation with the Estonian Defence Forces, the Finnish Defence Forces, the Swedish Defence University, the British Army, the United States European Command, Air Operations COE and Tallinn University of Technology
.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Industry partners in the exercise include Siemens AG, Threod Systems, Cyber Test Systems, Clarified Security, Iptron, Bytelife, Synopsys, BHC Laboratory, openvpn.net, GuardTime
and numerous others.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) is a community of nations providing a 360-degree look at cyber defence, with expertise in the areas of technology, strategy, operations and law.


Locked Shields 2017
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The heart of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence is a diverse group of international experts from military, government and industry backgrounds.

The Centre is staffed and financed by its sponsoring nations and contributing participants.

Locked Shields 2017
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As of October 2016, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom and the United States are signed on as Sponsoring Nations of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence.

Austria and Finland have become Contributing Participants, Sweden has applied for membership in the same format, a status eligible for non-NATO countries.


Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 

Our Mission & Vision

Our mission is to enhance the capability, cooperation and information sharing among NATO, NATO nations and partners in cyber defence by virtue of education, research and development, lessons learned and consultation.

 
 
Our vision is to be the main source of expertise in the field of cooperative cyber defence by accumulating, creating, and disseminating knowledge in related matters within NATO, NATO nations and partners.


 
 

Source: the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence

https://ccdcoe.org/  


Szóste miejsce Polaków w ćwiczeniu cyberbepieczeństwa NATO 

05 maja 2017

Polski zespół zajął szóste miejsce wśród 20 zespołów biorących udział w międzynarodowych ćwiczeniach z zakresu obrony cybernetycznej Locked Shields organizowanych przez centrum NATO w Tallinnie - poinformowało w piątek MON w komunikacie.

Polacy byli najlepsi w kategorii utrzymywania dostępności usług i reagowania na incydenty.

Locked Shields - jak podkreśla MON - to największe na świecie i najbardziej zaawansowane pod kątem technicznym tego typu ćwiczenia na świecie.

Tegoroczną edycję wygrała ekipa z Czech
.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Ćwiczenia corocznie organizowane są przez Centrum Doskonalenia Obrony Cybernetycznej NATO w stolicy Estonii - Tallinnie (ang. NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence).
Ich głównym celem jest sprawdzenie zdolności państw do obrony przed atakami i reagowania na incydenty cybernetyczne
.

"Tegoroczne ćwiczenia znacznie wyprzedziły dotychczasowe edycje skalą, zakresem trudności, użytych technologii oraz systemów informatycznych. W ćwiczeniach wzięło udział ponad 800 uczestników z 25 państw podzielonych na różne zespoły zadaniowe, w tym 20 konkurujących ze sobą zespołów narodowych. (...) Uczestnicy zostali skonfrontowani z ponad 2500 atakami cybernetycznymi przeprowadzanymi w czasie rzeczywistym, na przeszło 3000 systemów teleinformatycznych" - poinformowało MON.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
W skład polskiego zespołu weszli wojskowi i cywilni eksperci z jednostek podległych Inspektoratowi Systemów Informacyjnych, Resortowego Centrum Zarządzania Projektami Informatycznymi, Wojskowej Akademii Technicznej, Agencji Bezpieczeństwa Wewnętrznego, CERT Polska, Komendy Głównej Policji, Komendy Głównej Żandarmerii Wojskowej, Służby Kontrwywiadu Wojskowego, Centrum Operacji Cybernetycznych oraz Narodowego Centrum Kryptologii, które koordynowało polski zespół.


Jak podaje MON, scenariusz ćwiczenia, inspirowany współczesnymi problemami i zagrożeniami w cyberprzestrzeni, został oparty na fikcyjnym konflikcie międzynarodowym pomiędzy dwoma państwami, a działania cybernetyczne rozpoczęły się wraz z atakiem na bazę lotniczą.
Zaatakowany został m.in. system obrony powietrznej i kontroli dronów, system zarządzania energią elektryczną oraz dostawami paliwa, jak również kanały komunikacji bazy ze światem zewnętrznym.

Zadaniem uczestniczących w ćwiczeniu zespołów szybkiego reagowania było zapewnienie bezpieczeństwa sieci i usług, reagowanie na incydenty komputerowe, prowadzenie informatyki śledczej, rozwiązywanie kwestii prawnych oraz utrzymywanie kontaktów z mediami.

W tym roku po raz pierwszy były symulowane procesy podejmowania decyzji przez władze państwowe w odniesieniu do zagrożeń i ataków w cyberprzestrzeni.

Locked Shields 2017
Photo courtesy of CCDCOE
 
Przed rokiem polski zespół również zajął szóste miejsce podczas Locked Shields.

W 2015 roku Polacy byli na trzecim miejscu,
w 2014 roku - zwyciężyli.


Na szczycie w Warszawie w lipcu 2016 roku NATO uznało cyberprzestrzeń za sferę działań operacyjnych, obok lądu, przestrzeni powietrznej i morza.

Działania w cyberprzestrzeni są jednym z pięciu priorytetów planu modernizacji technicznej sił zbrojnych na lata 2017-22.

12 kwietnia 2017, w trakcie dorocznej odprawy kierowniczej kadry MON i sił zbrojnych szef MON Antoni Macierewicz poinformował, że zapadła decyzja o powołaniu wojsk cybernetycznych, na co przeznaczone zostaną 2 mld zł.

Według "Rzeczpospolitej" jednostka wojsk cybernetycznych powstaje w Białobrzegach niedaleko Warszawy.
Mieści się tam Centrum Operacji Cybernetycznych, które funkcjonuje przy Narodowym Centrum Kryptologii.


Autor: PAP

http://www.pap.pl/  



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