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01 Jul 11. Northrop Grumman Corporation is participating as a keynote conference speaker on cyber warfare and is providing a series of cyber awareness seminars during the Brunei International Defence Exhibition (BRIDEX) and Conference, highlighting its industry-leading capabilities and expertise in cyber security. BRIDEX is one of the premier defence and security events in South East Asia and takes place from 6-9 July 2011 at the BRIDEX International Conference Centre, Jerudong, Negara Brunei Darussalam. The BRIDEX Conference “Mapping Future Security and Technological Challenges” takes place on 5 July during which experts from the regional and international arena of defence and security will address the future security environment and technological solutions that can be adopted. Among the international speakers taking part in the conference will be Graham Wright, vice president Intelligence and Cyber Security, Northrop Grumman U.K. who will speak on the subject of cyber warfare and security. Drawing upon his previous experience in the military and within the government as Deputy Director of the U.K. Office of Cyber Security, Graham Wright will explore the issues of cyber threats and national security and the interface with the roles and capabilities of the military. In addition, Northrop Grumman will hold a series of cyber security familiarisation seminars during BRIDEX aimed at providing an insight into the challenges posed by cyber threats and the importance of understanding and managing cyber security issues. The seminars will be led by Tony Billington, a senior member of Northrop Grumman’s U.K.-based cyber security team and will take place from 1000-1200 on each day of the show, Wednesday 6 through Friday 8 July at the Jerudong Polo Club.
“Threats to cyber security are one of the greatest challenges that governments and civil organizations face today. The need for good cyber security is a high priority for many countries and cyber security education is rightly viewed as a key enabler,” said Paul Davison, vice president, Northrop Grumman Information Systems Europe. “We are pleased to be able to share our specialist knowledge and experience in this domain to help raise the level of awareness of cyber security issues among the Brunei defence and industry communities.” Backed by more than 20 years of experience, Northrop Grumman is a recognized thought leader and trusted provider of cyber security solutions across every sector: intelligence, defence, civil, commercial, and central and local government. Operationally, the company has some of the most sophisticated cyber facilities and high-end cyber offerings available. In 2009, Northrop Grumman opened a new Cyber Security Operations Centre (CSOC), a comprehensive cyber threat detection and response centre that focuses on protecting Northrop Grumman and its customers’ networks and data worldwide. In 2010 the company opened the first commercially available federated cyber security test range in the U.K. The U.K. cyber security test range is used for a wide variety of applications in resilience testing of large scale networks, cyber diagnostics and cyber team training.

30 Jun 11. Cyber Security Asia, 9th – 10th November 2011, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore
* Dr Goh Shen Tat, Assistant Department Head, Cryptography and Security Research Group, Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore
* Uday Kale, Vice President, Head IT (Distribution Business), Reliance Energy India
* Zahri Hj Yunos, Chief Operating Officer, Cyber Security Malaysia
* Major (Ret’d) Manik M Jolly, Commander, Cyber Security Cell, India
* Ammar Jaffri, Chief Executive, Pakistan Information Security Association (PISA)
* Dr Xu Wu, Associate Professor, Arizona State University, USA and author of Chinese Cyber Nationalism: Evolution, Characteristics, and Implications
* Katsuhisa Furukawa, Fellow, Research Institute of Science and

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