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Information Operations Global
London, United Kingdom - on Monday June 24, 2013 at 8:30 am (ends Wednesday)
Conference / congress

Information Operations Global 2013 will provide a holistic analysis of the contemporary challenges facing IO professionals worldwide.
With four individual themes structured to provide briefings on strategic, tactical and non-military approaches to communication and influence campaigns, Information Operations Global will once again deliver an unrivaled opportunity to enhance your communication efforts by taking on board best-practise from our expert panel.

Topics to be addressed at Information Operations Global 2013 include:

In-depth examination of the challenges associated with information operations planning in a multinational environment
Defining the role of the information operations community in contemporary and emerging operations
Analysing the development of an effective, pre-emptive IO engagement strategy for emerging audiences of interest
Analysing on the exponential growth of social media, technology and wireless technologies and how the IO community can take advantage of new emerging applications#

on Monday June 24, 2013 at 8:30 am (ends Wednesday)

8:30am 5:10pm (GMT) Greenwich Mean Time; Dublin, Lisbon, London

61 - 65 Great Queen Street


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