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Panel Talks about Operations Among Allies and Friends

A global panel, moderated by Space Foundation Special Advisor - International Affairs William V. Parker, discussed Joint Cyber Operations with Friends and Allies at the Cyber 1.3 meeting on April 8.
Following are a few key points made by the panelists:

Col. Jörg Dronia, branch chief, strategic planning air/space/cyber, German Air Force: Nations must support one another, avoid getting in each other's way and assist one another to achieve missions ... A cyberspace code of conduct is difficult to establish because cyber is available to everyone with a computer ...

Gp. Capt. Adrian S. Frost, OBE, United Kingdom senior military, United States Cyber Command: Education on the importance of cyber is key to international collaboration ... The military is not the only key player in cyber security; civil and commercial industries are at risk as well ... Maritime agreement may be good corollary for cyber agreements ...

Col. Thomas French, USAF, deputy director, Space Protection Program, Air Force Space Command: Cyber was developed as a disaggregated system but has become aggregated as it has developed, which puts eggs in one basket ...

Maj. Kevin S. Kuciapinski, USAF, chief, Applied Engineering Colorado Site Engineering & Research Facility, Aerospace Data Facility, National Reconnaissance Office: Technology is outpacing policy right now and situational awareness will be key in the future ... Cyber warfare is the most agile warfare tactic yet ... Cloud computing may be useful in mitigating and adjusting to cyber attacks ...

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