Cyber Security for Defense 2016 Conference
- 22 June, 2016 - 24 June, 2016, Augusta, GA, United States
Defending America From Cyber Attacks
After the incredibly successful inaugural year, Cyber Security for Defense returns to Augusta, Georgia to once again bring together the Cyber community and discuss the challenges it faces.
The definition of cybersecurity, and what it means to be protected in a virtual environment, is constantly evolving. For the defense sector protecting the Nations secrets, new technologies, and personnel, is a no-fail mission and takes relentless vigilance. Everyday tens of thousands of cyber attacks are initiated world wide, with a vast majority of them aimed at the United States and her allies. If even a single one of these attacks are successful, the effects could potentially be devastating.
Global Military UAV Market Forecast to 2022
For the second year in a row, we are pleased to announce the return of our flag ship cyber event - aimed specifically at cybersecurity concerns and issues affecting those with the most at risk - the defense sector. Join us as we explore the hottest topics of the day as explained by the most respected experts in the defense sector.
Since you started reading this introduction, more than 1,600 cyber attacks have been attempted against the U.S. Military.
Come and be apart of the future of Cyber Security. It starts now!
Major Topics to Include:
- Building and Maintaining a Ready Force to Conduct Cyber Operations
- Defending the DoD Information Network
- Maintaining International Cyber Space Operations
- Defending the Homeland and Military Forces from Disruptive and Destructive Cyber Attacks
- Utilizing a Layered Defense to Protect the Defense Industrial Base
- Building Bridges to the Private Sector
- Developing and Integrating New Cyber Security Strategies
- Utilizing Cyber as a Means of Unconventional Warfare
- Future of Military Cyber Security
- LTG (R) Rhett Hernandez, Former Commanding General, US Army Cyber Command, USMA Cyber Chair, Advisory Board Chair
- MG John Morrison, Commanding General, NETCOM, U.S. Army
- BGen Loretta Reynolds, Commanding General, Marine Forces Cyber Command, U.S. Marine Corps
- CAPT Paul Tortora, Director, Center for Cyber Security Studies, U.S. Navy
- Todd Adkins, Director, Advanced Cyber Solutions, Northrop Grumman
- Mr. Nathan Swaim, President, ANRC, LLC
- Mr. Darryl Peek, Cybersecurity Strategist, Federal Network Resilience Division, Office of Cybersecurity and Communications, National Protection and Programs Directorate, Department of Homeland Security
- Mr. Naveed Jamali, Senior National Security Fellow, Author of "How To Catch A Russian Spy"
- Mr. Robert Rahmer, Program Manager, IARPA
- Mr. Steven Shirley, Executive Director, Defense Cyber Crime Center
Source : ASDEvents