Cyber Security Under the Military Microscope Next Month

Delivering the key note address at next month’s Military Information Communications Symposium South Africa (MICSSA) will be the duty of retired Air Commodore Bruce Wynn, a man whose 34 year military career included senior postings in intelligence and information security.

He was also utilised by the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the systems, operations and technical arenas. He was also responsible for the planning, deployment, support and exploitation of the Joint Commander’s CIS and ISTAR assets in support of UK operations in the Balkans, Afghanistan, in Operation Telic, operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom across the Gulf Region prior to retirement in 2005.

The CSIR will contribute and participate in the February 3 to 7 symposium with technical evaluation support and speakers, as well as exhibiting and demonstrating current day cyber defence mechanisms.

via Cyber security under the military microscope next month | DefenceWeb.

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