CyCon 2016 Video Feed

CyCon 2016 focuses on the theme of Cyber Power, asking how the traditional concept of power applies to cyberspace. Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves delivers the opening keynote and leads a discussion on political change and the digital revolution. Other notable speakers include Professor Martin C. Libicki of the RAND Corporation, Professor Thomas Rid of King’s College London and Jaan Tallinn of Future of Life Institute.
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June 1

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09:00   Opening Remarks, Mr Sven Sakkov, Director of the NATO CCD COE
09:10   H.E. Toomas Hendrik Ilves, President of the Republic of Estonia
09:40   Mr Martin Stropnický, Minister of Defence of the Czech Republic
10:10   Adm Manfred Nielson, Deputy SACT

June 2

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09:00     Thomas Rid, King’s College London, Rise of the Machines
09:30     Martin C. Libicki, RAND,Why Information Warfare is Coming Back

June 3

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11:00     Jan Neutze, Microsoft
11:30     David Sanger, The New York Times, Avoiding Cyber Conflict Among Nations: Lessons from the Nuclear Age, the Cold War and the Drone Wars
12:00     Jaan Tallinn, Future of Life Institute
12:30     Closing Remarks, Mr Sven Sakkov, Director of the NATO CCD COE

The 8th International Conference on Cyber Conflict (CyCon 2016) takes place 1-3 June 2016 in Tallinn, Estonia. Every year, over 500 decision-makers and experts from government, military and industry from all over the world approach the conference’s key theme from legal, technology, and strategy perspectives, often in an interdisciplinary manner.
For updates, materials and more information, please visit the conference web site

The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (NATO CCD COE) is a NATO-accredited knowledge hub, think-tank, and training facility. The international military organisation focuses on interdisciplinary applied research and development, as well as consultations, training, and exercises in the field of cyber security. The Centre’s mission is to enhance capability, cooperation, and information sharing between NATO allies and partners in cyber defence. Many of the Centre’s publications, as well as a number of interactive databases, are accessible through