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Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Conference - Chine: Stratégies et Politiques de Cybersécurité et Cyberdéfense

La Chaire Cybersécurité et Cyberdéfense organise le 1° juillet 2013 une conférence internationale sur le thème : "Comprendre les stratégies et politiques de cybersécurité et cyberdéfense de la Chine".

Lundi 1° juillet 2013
9h - 17h
Hotel National des Invalides. 
Auditorium Austerlitz
129, rue de Grenelle
75007 Paris

Entrée gratuite. Inscription obligatoire:

- Organisation, structure des réseaux mondiaux et place de la Chine. Prof. Kavé Salamatian, Université de Savoie
- China’s Internet Development and cybersecurity : policies and practices. Xu Longdi, Xu Longdi, China Institute of International Studies (CIIS) (Chine).
- Internet, réseaux sociaux, et cyberespace: impacts à l’intérieur de la Chine / Social networks, internet,
cyberspace : impact on Chinese society and political stability. Alice Ekman (IFRI)
- Information Dominance : PLA Views of Information Warfare and Cyberwarfare. Dean Cheng, The Heritage Foundation, Asian Studies Center (États-Unis).
China’s cyber strategy and its implications for Europe. Nicola Casarini, European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS).
Chine-Russie-Iran, une cybercommunauté de l’information. Thomas Flichy, Centre de recherche des écoles de Saint-Cyr Coëtquidan (CREC Saint-Cyr)
The China Factor in India’s cybersecurity posture. Cherian Samuel, Institute for Defense Sudies and Analyses (IDSA) (Inde).
Singaporean Perspectives on China and IW, Alan Chong, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) (Singapour).

Sunday, June 9, 2013

News - Boundless Informant

Boundless Informant: How the US is collecting big amonts of data from all around the world.

News - USA and the Offensive Cyber Effects Operations (OCEO)

(OCEO) "can offer unique and unconventional capabilities to advance US national objectives around the world with little or no warning to the adversary or target and with potential effects ranging from subtle to severely damaging". 

The government will "identify potential targets of national importance where OCEO can offer a favorable balance of effectiveness and risk as compared with other instruments of national power".

OCEO are "operations and related programs or activities … conducted by or on behalf of the United StatesGovernment, in or through cyberspace, that are intended to enable or produce cyber effects outside United States government networks."