Cyber diplomacy has emerged as a profession and field of study, as well as an active and growing area of interaction for diplomats around the world. With over 180 countries connected to the Internet, this technical communications medium is a primary channel for commerce, communications and citizen interaction. This is the professional discipline, activity, and skill of managing international relations that addresses critical issues involving the Internet.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Policy makers, diplomats, liaisons and Mid/Upper level officers who may be directly or indirectly involved in Cyber
This course includes real case studies on: International Investigations, policy development and support agreements of acts of cyber aggression.
Module 1 - Cyber Protests
Module 2 - Cyber Crime
Module 3 - Cyber Rights
Module 4 - Cyber Attacks
Module 5 - Cyber Terrorism
Module 6 - Cyber War
Review Q & A
Morning and afternoon breaks will be provided as well as a one hour lunch break.
Includes pre reading of the Cyber Commander’s eHandbook.
Partner Delivered Program (Copyright Technolytics Institute)
For over two decades Kevin Coleman has been involved in a broad cross section of cyber security. He has delivered cyber training to the Army, Navy and Air Force and other Federal Agencies and Departments as well as briefing members of the U.S. Intelligence Community on this subject. In addition, he has testified before multiple Congressional Commissions and special working groups as well as briefing icons in the private sector. His insights and foresight are routinely published in trade publications that are distributed to over 100,000 subscribers in over 30 different countries.