TRENTO - ITALY
3 - 13 August, 2002
Director of the School: Carlo Schaerf
Directors of the Course: Gary Chapman and Diego Latella
|Trento 2002||Programme||List of Participants||Contributed Papers|
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Ralf Bendrath: Civil-Military Relations in the Information Age
Seymour Goodman: International Coordination to Increase the Security of Critical Network
Gert G. Harigel: National Missile Defense: When computers make the impossible become reality?
Massimo Mauro: European Union policy and initiatives in the area of cyberthreats and cybercrime
Mike Moore: Space Cop: America's Coming War with its own Values
Peter G. Neumann: Risks of Computer-Related Technology
Peter G. Neumann: Illustrative Risks to the Public in the Use of Computer Systems and Related Technology
Kevin A. O'Brien: Cyber-Intelligence for Threath-Profiling of Sub-State Actors in the Information Age
Kevin A. O'Brien: Information Operations and the Kosovo Conflict
Eric Roberts: What Makes Software Difficult?
Eric Roberts: PrivateThoughts
Vitaly Tsygichko: Cyber Weapons as a new means of Combat. Classification of Cyber Weapons
Vitaly Tsygichko: Cyber Weapons and How they Transform the Entire Traditional Paradigm of Warfare
Moshe Y. Vardi: The Information Revolution: Reality or Hype? Plus Integration.
Williams: Can We Afford a Revolution in Military Affairs?
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