Please submit your abstract to Lizzi Bollinger at email@example.com no later than Tuesday, February 27, 2018.
SUMMARY: United States European Command (USEUCOM) J6 Joint Cyber Center and J4 Logistics Directorate are sponsoring the “International Cyber Summit-2018 Logistics and Cybersecurity: Challenges to Operational Sustainability,” from 22-23 March 2018. The Summit will bring together the logistics and cybersecurity communities to begin a dialogue and lay the groundwork for the development of a shared framework to secure logistics systems and data from malicious cyber threats. The Summit’s participants will be officers and subject matter experts from our European Allies and Partners, multiple U.S. and foreign government agencies, combatant commands, service components, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, industry, and academia. USEUCOM is seeking presenters from both U.S. and European industry that can offer unique insight and expertise pertaining to case studies of recent cyber events affecting logistics, mobility, and/or infrastructure, resiliency solutions, future challenges and solutions, military-industry cooperation and interoperability, technological innovations and solutions related to cybersecurity of logistics systems and data and more.
LOCATION: Unclassified presentations will take place at the Edelweiss Lodge and Resort, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany 22-23 March 2018.
Instructions for Submission
- Abstract should focus on one of the requested topics below and identify the applicable category
- You can submit as many applications to present as you would like. Presentations should be 20 minutes in length with time built-in for question and answer
- Submit a short biography of proposed presenter
Event Topic Categories
- Contingency Planning & Resiliency Solutions
- Logistic Information/Data Security Management
- U.S./International Industry Standards in Logistics and Cyber defense
- Incident Response Planning & Management
- Risk Management
- Identification of Actors
- Contractor Vetting
- Future Solutions (i.e., Secure Cloud Computing, Block-Chain Efforts, Internet of Things)
- Securing the Enclave
- Incident Handling
- Military-Industry Cooperation and Interoperability
- Lessons learned from real-world malicious incidents affecting the mobility and logistics industry or critical infrastructure
- Future technological solutions in logistic information/data security (i.e., Secure Cloud Computing, Block-Chain Efforts, Internet of Things) to secure logistics systems and data.
- Military-Industry/Public-Private Cooperation and Systems Interoperability and Contractor Vetting