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1 1/18 Armed Forces in Cyber Era Namık KAPLAN, Commander Plans Projects Coordination Branch Head, Turkish Armed Forces Cyber Defence Command

2 2/18 Cyber Defence As a Top Priority * Military C&C’s are the most motivational targets * NATO’s Director of Policy and Planning statement in March 2010 “Approximately 120 countries currently have or are developing offensive cyber attack capabilities”.

3 3/18 Cyber War A New “War Domain”: + Land Sea Space Air Cyber Space

4 4/18 Characteristics Of Cyber Attacks Asymmetric Attribution Problems No Borders Cyber Law Discussion (Regin Virus)

5 5/18 NATO Wales Summit Declaration (4 - 5 September 2014) Item 72: … We affirm therefore that cyber defence is part of NATO’s core task of collective defence. A decision as to when a cyber attack would lead to the invocation of Article 5 would be taken by the North Atlantic Council on a case-by-case basis.

6 6/18 Turkey’s Cyber Efforts Transportation, Maritime and Telecommunication Ministry Cyber Security Board National Cyber Security Strategy and Action Plan National Cyber Incident Response Center

7 7/18 TAF Cyber Defence Organization TAF CYBER DEFENCE COMMAND TGS CYBER UNIT ARMY CYBER UNIT NAVY CYBER UNIT AIR FORCE CYBER UNIT GENDARMERIE CYBER UNIT COAST GUARD CYBER UNIT

8 8/18 TAF Cyber Defence Organization * TAF Cyber Defence Organization has a three-tier hierarcy. The highest tier is TAF Cyber Defence Management Board which is responsible for the policy and decision making process. TAF CDMB TAF Cyber Defence Command Cyber Units for Respective Services

9 9/18 Cyber Defence Command Short-TermMid-TermLong-Term * Cyber Defence Operations Management Center on a 24/7 basis, * Vulnerability Analysis and Penetration Tests, * Participating Cyber Exercises, * Trainings * Enhancing its cyber defence posture

10 10/18 Cyber Operations * Prepare a better cyber defence system starting our activities in the peace time.

11 11/18 Mustafa Kemal ATATÜRK “Peace at Home Peace Abroad” Peace in Cyberspace

12 12/18 Cyber Weapons * Logical Cyber Weapons (Software Based Tools) * Physical Cyber Weapons (SCADA and Supply Chain Attacks) * Psychological Cyber Weapons (Social Engineering)

13 13/18 Effects of Cyber Weapons * Technology dependency * Cyber Defence is more effective than the Offence * Time factor * The sooner the cyber attack is the greater effect * If the response time is shorter, it is easier to mitigate the cyber attack

14 14/18 Cyber Exercises * Cyber Coalition Exercise held in Cyber Defence Command between Nov 2014 successfully with all the stakeholders. * Ministry of Foreign Affairs * Ministry of Transport Maritime Affairs and Communications * TUBITAK * National Cyber Incident Response Centre * Turkish Armed Forces

15 15/18 Cyber Exercises Cyber Coalition Exercise held in Cyber Defence Command between Nov 2014 successfully with all the stakeholders. * Ministry of Foreign Affairs * Ministry of Transport Maritime Affairs and Communications * TUBITAK * National Cyber Incident Response Centre * Turkish Armed Forces

16 16/18 Backup Plan * We should always have a backup plan including the cyber activities.

17 17/18 * These backup plans should be ready for operating the systems in peace and wartime. Be Vigilant

18 18/18 Thank you.


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