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The Forum on Information Warfare

Date: 3 December-4 December 2003
Location: Washington, DC, USA
Organizer: MIS Training Institute
Homepage: http://www.misti.com/northamerica.asp?disp=showconf&type=&id=IW03

Information Operations 2003: Government, Military, and Industryís Response to Emerging Cyber Security Threats.

30 Focused Sessions in Four Targeted Tracks. Topics include:

- Asymmetric warfare
- Cyber security for Athens 2004 Olympics
- Analysis of four information wars waged since 1991
- Information sharing: Is it working?
- Psychological operations
- International perspectives: What are Europeans doing differently?
- Behavioral profiling of IT attackers
- Monitoring cyber security on the nation's largest public transit system
- Computer network defense during the War with Iraq
- Psychological profiling of malicious insiders


Keynote Speakers Address Key Issues

- Lieutenant General Kenneth A. Minihan, US Air Force (Ret.), Former Director NSA, DIA; President, Security Affairs Support Association; Principal, Paladin Capital Group Homeland Security Fund
Information Warfare: Exploit - Defend - Attack
- Congressman Steve Israel (D-NY), Member of the House Armed Services Committee and the House Financial Services Committee
- The Role of Government in Securing our Critical Infrastructure
- Major General James D. Bryan, Vice Director, DISA; Commander, Joint Task Force - Computer Network Operations

Panel Discussion

Information Sharing: What You Donít Know Canít Hurt You Ė or Can It? Moderated by Chrisan Herrod, Professor and Chair, Department of Information Operations and Technology, National Defense University, this panel will tackle head-on the issue of information sharing between government and industry.

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