NATO Cyber Conference to Convene in Estonia

Later this month, Estonia will host a cybersecurity conference in Tallinn, according to an official at NATO’s Tallinn-based cyber defence centre.

“The conference will be attended by various cybersecurity experts and professionals from related disciplines in governments, military and academia to discuss the growing connection between computer security and national security,” NATO cyber defence centre spokeswoman said.

The four day conference, taking place from June 15 to June 18, is organized by the Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. The conference will feature speakers like Melissa Hathaway, who led the 60 cyberspace policy review and Bruce Schneier, a renowned cryptographer.

“When people in world want to know how IT security really works, they turn to Schneier,” the spokeswoman said.

Charlie Miller, known for hacking Mac computers, will also attend the conference.

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