Monthly Archives: April 2016

  • Torsdag 14. april var det duket for YATA Trondheims siste arrangement for semesteret, og vi fikk besøk av blant annet Den russiske ambassaden. Søkelyset ble rettet mot dagsaktuelle spørsmål som: Er Russland en partner, eller trussel? Hvordan er dagens politiske situasjon sett med russiske øyner? Hva har den russiske forsvarsutviklingen å si for Vesten? Hva […]

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  • Vinneren får gratis tur til Tyskland for å delta på Europas største sikkerhetspolitiske konferanse om maritime trusler. Konferansen vil finne sted samtidig som en av Europas største seile-arrangementer, og du vil få en personlig guidet tur. Tirsdag 21 juni arrangeres en maritim konferanse i Kiel, Tyskaland. Søknadsfrist: 22 april. Krav til søker: Må være innrullert i […]

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  • Når du søker internship i Nato har søknaden alt og si. Du kommer nemlig aldri til intervju. YATA Norge har fått et unikt innblikk i søknaden til en som klarte det. av Sunniva Skjeggestad, internasjonalt ansvarlig i YATA Norge. – Jeg fulgte etter Jamie Shea inn i heisen etter et foredrag han holdt om politisk […]

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  • Professor Christopher Coker, London School of Economics Contemporary trends are changing the nature and dynamics of conflicts. It is unlikely that conflicts will render less inhuman than it has done in previous centuries. Coker addresses the use of space as an example how national sovereignty can be challenged. There are possibilities to engage in space, […]

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  • Capabilites, cooperation, and challenges in Cyberspace. Siw Tynes Johnsen, analyst and security advisor with the Norwegian Defense Estates Agency (Forsvarsbygg) Cyber operations are military operations conducted in or through the cyber domain. Cyber defense is part of NATO´s core task of collective defense. NATO is responsible for the protection of its own communication networks an allies […]

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  • Cyber Defence Exercises: An Academic Perspective Professor Sokratis Katsikas, Centre for Cyber and Information Security (NTNU) Katsikas explained the security risk and exercises in countering cyber attacks. Defense exercise´s main objectives are to assess security controls and process and procedures deployed for operational networks. The main goal by training is also to identify security gaps […]

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  • Erik Reichborn-Kjennerud, research fellow, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) The protection of networks and machines is only one of many factors that affect the vulnerability of information domain. New weapons and methods to break down an opponent’s information and communication infrastructure are under constant development. We have the opponent to comprehensive approach, that we […]

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  • Odd Egil Pedersen, Major General, Commanding General Norwegian Armed Forces’ Cyber Defense When I first entered my position, I got a lot of request from the private sector and I can´t meet demand from the civilian side. But it affects every sector, and civilian largely uses cyberspace. The military sector in cyberspace is a war […]

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  • “The Lines Are Blurred and We Need to Have Cooperation between the Civilian and Military sector.” Sofie Nystrøm, Director, Centre for Cyber and Information Security   There is a divide between private and public sectors, and military and civilian territory. The lines are being blurred and we need to have a great cooperation between the […]

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  • Current Geopolitical Challenges. Kjell Grandhagen, Lieutenant General, former Director of the Norwegian Intelligence Service   There are several challenges in the current geopolitical situation. We have state failing in the Middle East and North Africa, that are on the brink of collapse. Ongoing wars should be resolved – but there are continuing conflict lines in […]

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