CYDEF 2018

CYDEF 2018

NATO SPS Cooperative Cyber Defense Capability Building
CYDEF Cyber Defense Workshop

1. ThemeCyber Defense Capability Building
2. Program CommitteeCYDEF Executive Committee
3. Sponsorsa. Oversea sponsors
●The NATO Science for Peace and Security Programme(NATO SPS)
●NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE)
●Digital Society Institute, Germany
●Army Cyber Institute, U.S.Army

b. Domestic sponsors
●Cybersecurity Strategic Headquarters, Government of Japan
●Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Government of Japan
●Ministry of Defense, Government of Japan
●Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan
●Keio University Cyber Security Research Center
●Institute of Information Security, Japan
●Cyber Security Laboratories, Tokyo Denki University
●Economic Research Institute, Japan Society for the Promotion of Machine Industry
●Defense Structure Improvement Foundation, Japan
●Governance Architect Organization, Japan
●Cybercrime Investigation Knowledge Forum
4. DaysApril 3 to April 6, 2018
Open workshops: April 4 to April 5
5. PlaceMeeting Room in 6th floor, The Kikai Shinko Kaikan building
3-5-8, Shiba-koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo
6. Membersa. Speakers
Oversea:17 Domestic:18 Total:36
Speakers’ biographies and exective summeries are here.



b. Audiences
Each day: around hundred Total: Two hundreds
7. Agendaa. Day1: April 4
The presentations in Day1 are here.
Time SlotEventThemeSpeaker(s)
1000-1145Key Note SpeechesCyber Defense Capability BuildingFujii(ATLA),
Liflander(NATO) and
Gaycken(DSI)
1300-1800Tr.11 LecturesHow to Build a Cyber Defense Eco SystemMurai(Keio Univ.),
Hathaway(Harvard Univ.),
Yahiro(Hitachi),
Rohozinski(CEO,SecDev Gp.) and
Taniwaki(MIC)
1300-1800Tr.11 Panel DiscussionHow to Build a Cyber Defense Eco SystemDemchak(USNWC),
Rohozinski,
Hathaway and
Taniwaki
1300-1800Tr.12 LecturesBuilding Technical Strategies and CapabilitiesRohozinski,
Goto(IIS),
Gaycken,
Yasuda(TD Univ.) and
Aitel(CEO,Immunity)
1300-1800Tr.12 Panel DiscussionBuilding Technical Strategies and CapabilitiesIto(METI),
Yasuda,
Gaycken and
Aitel
Note: Titles omitted and organizations using abbreviations.
7. Agendab. Day2: April 5
The presentations in Day2 are here.
Time SlotEventThemeSpeaker(s)
1000-1145Key Note SpeechesCyber Defense Capability BuildingMayson(USPACOM),
Alatalu(CCDCOE),
Maxwell(ACI)
1300-1530Tr.21 LectureHow to Develop and Retain Cyber Defense PersonnelCarvalho(NATO)
1300-1530Tr.21 Group DiscussionHow to Develop and Retain Cyber Defense PersonnelYuasa(DPr.IIS),
Shimizu(CIBOK-CIKF),
Norifusa(NEC),
Tezuka(Keio Univ.),
Kostopoulos(Harvard),
Lee(Korea Univ.) and
Antunes(NATO)
1300-1530Tr.22 LectureHow to build Strategies for Cyber risk managementHayashi(Musashino Univ.)
1300-1530Tr.22 Group DiscussionHow to build Strategies for Cyber risk managementKostopoulos,
Demchak,
Hathaway,
Widmann(CCDCOE),
Matsuoka(Oracle) and
Fujii(NRI)
1540-1805Tr.23 LectureHow to Conduct Cyber Defense OperationAkdogan(NATO)
1540-1805Tr.23 Group DiscussionHow to Conduct Cyber Defense OperationChianello(NATO STO),
Akdogan(NATO),
Aitel,
Takakura(NII) and
Nakama(NISC)
1540-1805Tr.24 LectureIdentifying Technologies for Advanced CyberdefenseKlipstein(ACI)
1540-1805Tr.24 Group DiscussionIdentifying Technologies for Advanced CyberdefenseTakeda(Keio Univ.),
Mitsunaga(IPA),
Maxwell,
Rohozinski and
Gaycken
Note: Titles omitted and organizations using abbreviations.
8. Public Affaira. NHK News Web, “Cyber Defense measure, Studing from NATO nations: The first Symposium was held in Tokyo”, May,1-8, 2018.04.06(Now available in YouTube.”).
b. Fumiaki Yamazaki, “First International Cyber Conference in Japan: Start up of Japan, the US and Europe cooperations”, in Weekly Economist, MAR 1-8, 2018.
9. Productsa. Web site
b. Book: Proceedings, Springer.
10. Characteristicsa. NATO SPS cooperative event: Financial Aid and Speakers
b. No audience fee and no sponsoring from commercial enterprise, by NATO regulations.
c. Programm Committee: CYDEF Executive Committee, all staffs worked voluntary.