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Noam Ben-Asher <[log in to unmask]>
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Noam Ben-Asher <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 28 Jul 2017 14:36:53 -0400
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Please consider submitting an abstract to the ICCWS 2018.
A special interest mini track on Cyber Warfare, Deterrence, Power and
Decision Making put the human decision maker at the center of cyber warfare
and cyber operations.

Without a better understanding of the unique features and characteristics
of cyber warfare, it is hard to integrate cyber capabilities into the
essential instruments of national power: diplomacy, information, military
and economics (DIME). Hence, this mini-track examines the uniqueness of
cyber warfare from varied perspectives with respect to its strategies,
operations, tactics, and decision-making processes. It looks at the unique
characteristics of cyber warfare and cyber operations. It examines the
convergence of cyber warfare, electronic warfare, and information warfare.
It scrutinizes the new capacities of armed forces with both the kinetic and
non-kinetic use of force in cyberspace. It investigates cyber capabilities,
cyber power, cyber deterrence, cyber warfare, and the relationship among
them. It analyzes human cyber decision-making processes, which are backed
up by advanced decision support tools and automated systems. It explores
cognitive models and artificial intelligence as well as ways of utilizing
such models in cyber warfare.

Topics of the mini track can include but are not limited to:

Cyber strategy
Cyber operations
Cyber deterrence
Cyber power
Cyber capabilities
Cyber deterrence
Cyber warfare
Cyber decision making

Important Dates
Abstract submission deadline: 17 August 2017
Notification of abstract acceptance: 28 August 2017
Full paper due for review: 05 October 2017
Notification of paper acceptance: 14 December 2017
Final paper due: 11 January 2018

Best,
Noam Ben-Asher

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