The symposium will focus on ‘Digital transformation: smart machines for smarter decisions’, discussing how innovations in artificial intelligence and machine learning can both challenge and support NATO missions and operations.
Issues to be addressed at the symposium will include traditional and AI-enabled information assurance, addressing supply chain security challenges, moving from information assurance to mission assurance, data as a strategic resource, and the cloud.
Clare Hutchinson, NATO Special Representative for Women, Peace and Security, and Antonio Missiroli, NATO Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, are confirmed to speak at the symposium. Policy makers, academics and industry experts from across the Alliance will also participate in the event.
The three-day NIAS offers a unique opportunity to discuss best practices, exchange views and explore innovative solutions in cyber security, say NATO.