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The Conduct of Cyber-Enabled Information Operations and the Undermining of Democracies: Government Representation.

The Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI) is honoured to be hosting a realistic scenario-based panel in the city of London, covering the knowledge and skill sets used by adversaries to conduct disinformation and deception operations. The panel has the intent of creating dialogue focused on the capability of modern adversaries' abilities to disrupt decision making at the highest echelons of national security.

"The term ‘fake news’ is bandied around with no clear idea of what it means, or agreed definition. The term has taken on a variety of meanings, including a description of any statement that is not liked or agreed with by the reader. We recommend that the Government rejects the term ‘fake news’, and instead puts forward an agreed definition of the words ‘misinformation’ and ‘disinformation’. With such a shared definition, and clear guidelines for companies, organisations, and the Government to follow, there will be a shared consistency of meaning across the platforms, which can be used as the basis of regulation and enforcement. (Paragraph 14)." Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee (UK Parliament).

The use of social media as a tool to impair, disrupt, or disable the adversary’s ability to lead and direct operations will be discussed. Through a rich and realistic CSFI scenario, the audience will enter into the realms of deception, ideology, and cyber operations where democracy finds itself contested.

* CSFI deploys only the highest quality realistic scenarios, developed by experts in many unique fields of warfare, to include members of the military, the intelligence community, and the private sector.


PANELLISTS - Confirmed

* Panellists may be subject to change at any time.

Guy Walsh, Strategic Initiatives, United States Cyber Command - Read Guy Walsh's biography here


Col Gregory T. Breazile, USMC (ret), Former Director, Information Warfare Integration Division (IWID), Capabilities Development Directorate (CDD), Deputy Commandant, Combat Development & Integration (CD&I), CSFI Advisory Director, Executive Director, Defense & Expeditionary Initiatives NameViaSat Inc - Read Col Gregory Breazile's biography here



Col Marc Jamison, (ret.), USAF, Former Director of Future Operations, J35 and Chief Modeling and Simulation (USCYBERCOM), CSFI Advisory Director - Read Col Marc Jamison's biography here



Mr. Anthony Guess-Johnson - Read Mr. Anthony Guess-Johnson's biography here



Don Eijndhoven, CEO of Argent Consulting (Netherlands) - Read Don's biography her



Imran Razzaq, Public Sector Director, UK and Ireland, Pivotal Software, Inc. - Read Imran's biography here



Samantha Sanderson, NCSC CCP Lead SIRA, GCHQ certified training, Founder, Director, Lockcode Cyber Security - Read Samantha Sanderson's biography here



Professor Joey Hernandez, University of Maryland University College, Graduate Studies - Cyber Security

- Read Joey Hernandez's biography here




Christian Berg, CEO and Co-founder, Paliscope - Read Christian Berg's biography here


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