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Cyberwar – Standpunkte und Handlungsansätze zentraler Akteure

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Europäisches Forum Alpbach in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Bundesministerium für Landesverteidigung und Sport der Republik Österreich
Wie verändern Cyberspace und Cyberwar unsere Definitionen von Krieg und Sicherheit? Wie definieren zentrale globale Akteure Cyberwar? Worum handelt es sich dabei eigentlich – um ein neues militärisches Phänomen oder nur um einzelne Angriffe?

Senior Advisor, Project on Technology, Security, and Conflict in the Cyber Age, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University; Former Acting Senior Director for Cyberspace, National Security Council, Washington, D.C.
Austrian Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Vienna
Chairman, ESRT - European Security Roundtable sprl, Brussels
Adviser to the Secretary, Security Council of the Russian Federation, Moscow; Director, Information Security Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow
Cyber-Coordinator and Head, Military Strategy Division, Federal Ministry of Defence and Sports of the Republic of Austria, Vienna

Melissa HATHAWAY

Senior Advisor, Project on Technology, Security, and Conflict in the Cyber Age, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard University; Former Acting Senior Director for Cyberspace, National Security Council, Washington, D.C.

The American Foreign Service Association, Washington, D.C. Associate, Evidence Based Research, Inc., McLean, Virginia Principal, Booz Allen & Hamilton, Inc., McLean, Virginia Cyber Coordination Executive and Director, Joint Interagency Cyber Task Force, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Washington, D.C. Acting Senior Director for Cyberspace, National Security Council, Washington, D.C.
 B.A. Degree, The American University, Washington, D.C.
 Graduate Studies in International Economics and Technology Transfer Policy, Washington, D.C.
 Graduate of the US Armed Forces Staff College (special certificate in Information Operations), Norfolk, Virginia
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Mag. Gerald KLUG

Austrian Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology, Vienna

Technical College at Graz-Gösting Member of Trade Union proge Vocational School (lathe operator) Skilled worker (lathe operator) Company Siemens Mobility National Service Otto-Möbes-Academy, Graz Academy for Social Studies of the Chamber of Labour at Mödling Secretary of the Trade Union proge Mag. Iur., Karl-Franzens-University, Graz Lay Judge, Court of Appeal, Graz Member of the Supervisory Board, Chamber of Labour for Styria; Substitute Member of the General Assembly, Federal Chamber of Labour Member of the Provincial Directorate, Styrian Employment Office Substitute Member of the General Assembly, Provincial Health Insurance Fund for Styria Member of the Executive Committee, Chamber of Labour for Styria Member of the Independent Financial Tribunal, Graz Regional Financial Directorate Chief Whip of the Social Democratic Party in the Federal Council; Member of the Federal Party Executive Committee and the Federal Party Presidium of the Social Democratic Party Deputy Head of the Social Democratic Parliamentary Party - Parliamentary Party of the Social Democratic Members of the National Council, Federal Council and the European Parliament Federal Minister of Defence and Sports
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Dr. Christoph RAAB

Chairman, ESRT - European Security Roundtable sprl, Brussels

Diploma in Economics, University of Trier, Germany Master's Degree in European Economic Studies. Master's Thesis about 'Poland's preparations for the European Monetary Union', The College of Europe Natolin, Warsaw, Poland Journalist, IfA - Institute for Foriegn Cultural Relations, Stuttgart, Germany Personal Assistant, Karl von Wogau MEP - European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium Managing Director Copura GmbH, Event Management, Consulting and Communication, Brussels, Belgium
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Dr. Vladislav P. SHERSTYUK

Adviser to the Secretary, Security Council of the Russian Federation, Moscow; Director, Information Security Institute, Moscow State University, Moscow

Study of Physics, Moscow State University, Moscow Post-Graduate Course, KGB Higher College Serves in the State Security Agencies of the Russian Federation Chief of the Radio-Electronic Communications Intelligence Department, FAPSI - Federal Agency for Government Communications Vice-Director of the FAPSI - Federal Agency for Government Communications and Chief of the Radio-Electronic Communications Intelligence Department General Director, FAPSI - Federal Agency for Government Communications; Member of the Russian Federation Security Council Senior Vice-Secretary, Russian Federation Security Council
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1972
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since 1998
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Mag. M.Sc. Helmut HABERMAYER

Cyber-Coordinator and Head, Military Strategy Division, Federal Ministry of Defence and Sports of the Republic of Austria, Vienna

Theresian Military Academy Several Postings as Platoon and Company Commander in the AAF Reconnaissance Battalion, incl. an UN-tour with UNDOF - United Nations Disengagement Observer Force General Staff Officers Course G3 of the Military Command Lower Austria J2 of the Operations Division MOD Cdt. of a Mechanized Infantry Battalion National Defence University, Washington, D.C. National Contingent Commander of the AAF in Kosovo Deputy Head of the Strategic Planning Division and Expert for Threat-Analysis, Network Centric Warfare and Transformation to the Political-Military Austrian Armed Forces Reform Commission; Head of the C2-Workinggroup. In this competency he decisively designed the new Joint Forces Command and generally the new command structure at all levels. Head of the Military Strategy Division in the Ministry of Defence and Responsible for Strategic Documents, CD&E, LI/LL and Cyber-Use in Military Operations.
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