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Second CIOR International Cyber Event (ICE)

LtCol Iain Davidson, CR-C Chair 05.10.2023
As chair of the CIOR Cyber Reserve Committee, I am delighted to invite you to attend our second International Cyber Event.  This will be conducted online on Saturday the 28th of October 2023.
 This year’s event will look at current threats, capabilities and how these can be coordinated across NATO before examining the future (or current) themes of Space and AI.

The speakers for this event are drawn from Academia, the Private sector and the Military and the presentations will be delivered at the unclassified level.  Accessible to all, the desired audience for the event is Cyber practitioners at all levels and those that lead and manage them.

Registration for this event will be open until the morning of the event and can be accessed at the following: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfkPikzwmCsGGo6qDh1O4lguGH2UbHYObcTNacrRw5kfMyHbA/viewform

  A link to access the event will be distributed after registration.

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