Electronic Warfare 2019: Evolving EW and Cyber Capabilities to Counter New Threats
The 4th edition of Electronic Warfare will take place from the 16th-18th January 2019 in Krakow, Poland exploring the increasing importance of EW and Cyber to the modern military, operational experiences and current requirements.
With several high profile cyber-attacks affecting the West from a range of enemies, there is an urgent need for NATO allies to quickly develop their capabilities to tackle the ongoing threat.
NATO plans to spend $3.24 billion over the next three years to advance its satellite and computer technology as the in line with new threats. In addition, NATO are spending $176m on next generation training equipment specifically for electronic warfare.
Electronic Warfare 2019 will provide militaries, government agencies and industry organisations an opportunity to discuss ways to realign their electronic warfare and cyber capabilities while improving cooperation on joint operations.
Serving military, government agencies and public-sector employees receive free entry to Electronic Warfare 2019 by registering online.