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NATO SMART DEFENCE
1st NATO Cyber Defence
Smart Defence Projects’ (CD SDP)
Conference
A SMART APPROACH
TO A SMARTER CYBER DEFENCE
International Cooperation and National Synergies
Organised by
The Ministry of Defence of Portugal (MDN)
with support from the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership (NICP),
CIIWA and AFCEA Portugal
CYBER DEFENCE PROJECTS
NATO SMART DEFENCE
PORTUGAL
(Military Academy, 09 April 2015)
Contacts:
ACADEMIA MILITAR
Paço da Rainha, 29 – 1169-203 LISBOA
Tel. 21 3186936
e-mail: [email protected]
Background and Objetives
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Background
During the last two decades, the world has been deeply influenced by the digital revolution and
the rapid pace of ICT developments. Information Age brought an unprecedented economic and
social development but also created new security challenges and risks, mainly due to modern
societies’ increasing network dependencies.
Besides its enormous strategic value, internet and cyberspace became an important attack vector
targeting individuals, enterprises, critical infrastructures, states’ electronic government processes
and even Law Enforcement and Armed Forces Networks. Taking into account that cyberspace
has no physical borders and attending to the growing disruptive and destructive power of cyber
threats, the new NATO strategic vision highlighted the need of setting-up a cooperative cyber
defence capability in order to meet current and future security and defence challenges.
According to the NATO Strategic Concept, adopted in November 2010 in Lisbon, the concept of
Smart Defence seeks to stimulate synergies and foster Allied Nations cooperative efforts, in order
to ensure the development, acquisition and maintenance of the necessary military capabilities.
Smart Defence is thus assumed by NATO as a way of non-duplication and integration of national
capability development initiatives (pooling and sharing), capable of allowing a better prioritization
and coordination of efforts between NATO and Allied Nations.
Due to severe budget constraints and the scarcity of resources, Smart Defence is seen today as
a pragmatic and coherent way to generate the Cyber Defence capabilities that the Alliance needs
to face future challenges. In the area of Cyber Defence, there are already three Smart Defence
Projects: Multinational Cyber Defence Capability Development (MN CD2), Malware Information
Sharing Platform (MISP) and Multinational Cyber Defence Education and Training (MNCDE&T).
Objectives
NATO’s Smart Defence calls for a renewed cooperation culture and requires an innovative
approach in order to better enhance the Alliance’s military capability development process.
In line with this idea, Cyber Defence related Projects (MNCD2, MISP and MNCDE&T) are
strongly committed to join efforts and work together with industry and academia, building the
necessary bridges between international and national initiatives.
This first NATO CD Smart Defence Projects (CD SDP) Conference has the following main
objectives:

Develop synergies and stimulate the cooperation between all the NATO’s CD Projects
(MNCD2, MISP and MNCDE&T) in order to foster new initiatives within this Project’s cluster
as well as with the wider CD community (e.g. national, international, academia and industry);

Discuss Cyber Defence Competencies & Skills and the existing Organizational Frameworks
(national and international) in order to identify the requirements of CD E&T at all levels.

Promote an active engagement and participation of industry and academia at NATO’s and
National CD Capability Development processes.

Develop and reinforce national and international cooperation, namely at the existing
multinational Cyber Security and Cyber Defence initiatives.

Promote a Cyber Security and Cyber Defence strategic culture that may stimulate national
synergies and foster Allies cooperation.
This event intends to offer the CD Community a free, open and wide discussion forum, providing
industry and academia a unique opportunity to present and discuss new ideas, solutions and
technical capabilities.
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Conference Agenda
MILITARY ACADEMY (Amadora)
Thursday, 09 April 2015
08H00
Conference Shuttle – Hotels (TBC) to Military Academy (Amadora)
08H30-09H15
Registration
09H15-09H20
Conference Opening – General Artur Pina Monteiro, Portuguese Chief of Defence
09H20
/
10H00
Round Table
Enhanced NATO Policy on Cyber Defence: New guidelines for capability development
Ambassador Mira Gomes, (PRT Permanent Representative to NATO), Ambassador Sorin Ducaru , (NATO ASG ESCD)
and Dr. Gregory Edwards (NCIA DIS)
NATO CD Smart Defence Projects
Moderator: MGEN Ludwig Leinhos, NHQC3S
NATO Smart Defence and CD Projects: cooperation, pooling and sharing of capabilities
Lt Col Dragomir Dragonov, NHQC3S
Multinational Cyber Defence Capability Development (MNCD2)
Mr. Kees Verdonk, MNCD2 Project Manager
Malware Information Sharing Platform (MISP)
10H00
/
11H15
Mr. Miguel De Bruycker, MISP Project Manager
Multinational Cyber Defence Education and Training (MNCDE&T)
LtCol Paulo Viegas Nunes, MNCDE&T Project Manager
Coffee Break
Cyber Defence Education and Training
Moderator: Dr. Gregory Edwards, NCIA DIS
CD Competencies & Skills
11H30
/
12H45
Julie Uzupris (UK), MNCDE&T WP2 Leader
CD Organizational Framework and E&T Requirements Analysis
Rita Russo (NCIA), NCIA Senior Scientist
NATO CIS E-Learning Smart Defence Project
Maj Pedro Santos, NATO CIS E-Learning Project
NATO CIS School: Future Vision
Col Silvio Monti, NCISS Commander
Lunch
LUNCH
14H00
/
15H30
PARALLEL SESSIONS
ICT DEVELOPMENT, R&D AND NEW CYBER DEFENCE COMPETENCIES
ICT, Cyber Security and Cyber Defence – Industry Role (Coord: NICP - Ambassador Sorin Ducaru)
The Hunt for Hidden Botnets: The Ramnit botnet Takedown – Nuno Periquito, ANUBIS Networks
Technical Security Training Program at the Dutch Ministry of Defence – Christian Prickaerts, Fox-IT
CISCO Academies’ Project support to the future NCIS – Nuno Guarda, CISCO
Microsoft Academy Project – Microsoft Representative (TBC)
Filling Cyber Defence E&T Gaps – Academia and R&D Role (Coord: DGRDN/MDN Rep)
NATO CD E&T Plan, LCDR Patrick Salmon - NATO / SACT
EU E&T Plan and TRA Methodology, LtCol Alin BODESCU – EUMS/EEAS
CD E&T Framework to support National Capability Development, Chris Ensor – CESG
CD E&T programs and the Creation of a CD Master Degree – Didier DANET, St-Cyr Military Academy
Coffee Break
16H00/
17H15
Cyber Security and Cyber Defence – International Cooperation and Synergies
Moderator: MGEN Henrique Macedo, DGRDN/MDN Deputy Director
Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCD CoE): Projects & Initiatives
Maj Christian Tschida, CCD CoE
EU Cyber Defence: enhancing sharing and collaboration
Mr. Wolfgang Rohrig (EDA)
Industry Engagement and International Cooperation on Cyber Defence
Randy Warner Manager, Global Defense & Intelligence Lockheed Martin Computer Incident Response Team (LM-CIRT)
NATO Industry Cyber Partnership (NICP): boosting cooperation with the private sector
17H30
Mr. Ilias Chantzos, Symantec
Break
17H40/
18H25
18H30
Conference Summary - TBC
National Synergies and Supporting Efforts to NATO
HE Minister of Defence, Dr. José Pedro Aguiar-Branco
HE Minister of the Presidency and Parliament Affairs, Dr. Luís Marques Guedes
NCIS School (Latina)Transfer Project
PRT / NCIA MOU Signature
NCIS Project Exhibition
Conference Close – Conference Shuttle to Airport / Lisbon Centre Hotels
Organizers, Sponsors & Contacts
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Honour Committee
President of the Portuguese Republic
Dr. Aníbal Cavaco Silva
Prime Minister
Dr. Pedro Passos Coelho
Minister of Defence
Dr. José Pedro Aguiar-Branco
Minister of Internal Affairs
Dr. Anabela Miranda Rodrigues
Minister of the Presidency and Parliamentary Affairs
Dr. Luís Marques Guedes
Joint Chief of Staff
General Artur Neves Pina Monteiro
Army Chief of Staff
General Carlos António Corbal Hernandez Jerónimo (a confirmar)
National Security Authority
Vice-Admiral José Torres Sobral
Military Academy Commander
Lieutenant-General José António Carneiro Rodrigues da Costa
Organizers
CD SDP Conference is organized by the Portuguese Ministry of Defence with support
from the NATO Industry Cyber Partnership (NICP), CIIWA and AFCEA Portugal
together with other NATO, EU and national partners from academia, private sector
and government.
Contacts
Academia Militar
Paço da Rainha, 29
1169-203 LISBOA
Tel. 21 3186936
e-mail: [email protected]
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