Cyber Deterrence, Assurance and Synthetic Standards
The 19th and 20th Centuries were about the relationship between the social and the technical: the socio-techno (ST) and techno-socio (TS). Information is no longer divisible from the Technos – the 21st Century is about the relationship between the socio and the IT (SIT) and the IT and the socio (ITS). This is a new synthetic ecology (SE) that will underwrite all future Knowledge Enterprise Economies (KEEs).
This inspiring presentation will cover:
- An understanding of Cyber
- Synthetic Ecologies
- Cyber Deterrence and Assurance
- Knowledge Enterprise Economies
- The Fifth Estate – an argument for a Fifth Cyber Commonwealth
Presentation by Associate Professor, Simon Reay Atkinson PhD, MPhil, BSc (Cantab), FIET, CAPT (Dr) RANR, Centre of International Security Studies (CISS) and University of Sydney Cyber Security Network (SCSN).
Simon is widely published in the research areas of: Complex Systems, Cyber, Uncertainty & Instability, Security,Network Law & Stateless Jurisdictions, the Cyber-BigData-Humanities nexus, Synthetic Ecologies, Risk & Resilience, Life Systems, Cultural Competencies, Entanglement Theory, dynamic social networks / mapping, Leadership (command) & Management (and control), Information Capture and Knowledge Exchange (ICKE), Knowledge Enterprise Economies (KEEs), Versatile Modular Systems (VMS™) and the Global Local Political Sûréte Economy (GPŜE).
Simon took the last British aircraft carrier HMS OCEAN from build to full operational status as its first Systems Engineer, held senior positions as UK Chief of Defence Staff Liaison Officer to the Australian Department of Defence, Capability Development Group; Senior Systems Adviser to UK MoD during the Strategic Defence and Security Review; Cambridge University, Hudson Naval PhD Research Fellow; co-Lead Command and Control and Knowledge Management Cell, Joint Strategic Assessment Team; Senior Research Fellow / Asymmetrics Director, Advanced Research Assessment Group, UK Defence Academy. As Director of the Masters of Project Leadership and Management, he developed the concept and role of the complex civil systems research group.