CyberWarfare: Offensive and Defensive Software Technologies Minitrack

This minitrack aims to bring together technical and non-technical cyberwarfare researchers, academics, and practitioners in this field to discuss the mechanics and implications of offensive and defensive cyberwarfare activities, and methods for teaching these concepts to students. It solicits paper in the areas related to:

  • Offensive technologies and capabilities
  • Defensive technologies and capabilities
  • Impacts of cyberwarfare
  • Information warfare
  • Collateral damage from cyberwar activities
  • Legal, policy, and ethical issues of cyberwar

Minitrack Co-Chairs:

Brian Hay (Primary Contact)
University of Alaska Fairbanks

Steven LaFountain
National Security Agency

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