EW Asia returns to Kuala Lumpur to debate the ever evolving challenges of this complex subject. Bringing together senior delegations from regional and international militaries, defence intelligence communities and scientific and research agencies EW Asia will showcase focused discussions and ‘thought leader’ presentations.
Southeast Asian countries need to be alert to the challenges involved in maintaining surveillance and intelligence superiority across the information domain space, thus ensuring the national security of their borders.
Recent experiences of electronic warfare (EW) actions applied by Russia in Ukraine and Syria have demonstrated how crucial this domain is, particularly as such up-to-date and effective EW operations have not been experienced internationally for many years.
China’s investment and gathering momentum in the expansion of its own military cyber and electronic warfare technologies presents serious challenges for Asian security services who believed that until recently, they retained EM spectrum superiority.
An improved understanding of the complexity of these challenges being faced needs to be followed by the development of skill sets for defensive and, if necessary, offensive countermeasures.
GEOPOLITICAL – ADVERSARIAL INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION MANAGEMENT
This session will present a geopolitical view of State & Non-State actors influencing the region – particularly from international intelligence experts illuminate the intelligence gathering methods of China and Russia with a local take on the challenges of ESM manipulated by terrorist groups.
MANGING BIG DATA – SUPPORTING THE WARFIGHTER
Tackling the most compelling elements of Big Data. It will elaborate on the challenges of merging and managing large-scale collection of data from a multitude of sources and describe how to deliver an operational picture which makes sense to warfighters. It will further present a snapshot of those technologies for handling big data and unravel the complexities Armed Forces are witnessing in controlling and processing the ever-increasing mountain of electronic-delivered material.
INTEROPERABILITY & DATA SHARING WITH CONFIDENCE
This session adheres to the notion that allies and coalition forces need to create a closer joint relationship in the collection and sharing of information to counter adversarial activities on land, sea and in the air and space. It embraces the importance of jointness in the Space EW and Cyber environments - with expert analysis from senior NATO representatives, and contains technical analysis of how practically and physically this can be achieved through interoperability.
CONVERGENCE OF EW & CYBER ACTIVITIES
This session has particular emphasis on how to integrate and fuse cyber and electronic warfare activities and the blending of data for Information Warfare.
ACTIVE ROLES OF EW
Focusing on how to jam Mini Drones and clarify the challenges that lie ahead in space, particularly how to defend civil and military satellites from Anti-Satellite Missiles (ASAT) or Cyber Attack.
The final session will assemble expert presentations on Persistent Surveillance distilling information provided on Unattended Sensors from Autonomous aerial to surface systems.
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