Military Network Modernization Symposium

Interoperability, Needs & Challenges - Future Opportunities

Military Network Modernization efforts rapidly evolve, technology and information transfer becomes more complex. The need to push critical intelligence anywhere in the world in real time, Joint Forces and the Joint Information Environment requirements for a more streamlined, efficient, and higher capacity networks is now more crucial than ever. Starting in 2017 through 2021, the Army will continue modernizing applications and infrastructure to support cloud and Big Data analytics. They will integrate continuous monitoring solutions and enable users to access enterprise services on the Army network with their personal devices..

Key areas on the Roadmap ahead will include providing signal capabilities to the force, delivering IT services to the tactical edge, increasing network throughput and ensure sufficient computing infrastructure while enhancing Cyber Security capabilities and while insuring strengthening Network Operations.

For Industry, DoD and Government personnel, this outstanding two day General Session will deeply examine plans and emerging strategies within the Military's Joint Information Environment. As a participant, you will experience within an intimate setting, an interactive dialogue with Key Thought Leaders examining the way ahead and the opportunities that abound within the Military Network Modernization arena.

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Key Modernization Plans, Needs, and New Initiatives from DoD & Government and Industry Experts

  • Future Key DoD Network Initiatives and Requirements From Across the Military Spectrum
  • Military Internet of Things: Next Gen Technologies Within the Joint Information Environment
  • Mobile Network Communication and Disruptive Technologies to Better Serve the Warfighter
  • Cloud Technologies with Military Utility and Future Training Capabilities
  • Cyber Security and Information Assurance to the Tactical Edge

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  • Major General Garrett Yee, USA, Army Lead for Network Modernization, Military Deputy, Cybersecurity Directorate
  • Dr. Tim Rudolph, Senior Level Executive, Air Force Technical Advisor, Integrated Information Capabilities and Chief Technology Officer, Air Force Life Cycle Management Center
  • Rear Admiral Danelle Barrett, USN, Deputy Director of Current Operations, U.S. Cyber Command
  • Mr. Roger Thorstenson, Director, Strategy and Integration, Office of the DoD CIO
  • Colonel (USAF ret) Jeffrey Eggers, Defense Intelligence Senior Leader, AF/A2 Chief Technology Officer, USAF
  • Mr. Frank Konieczny, Senior Leader, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Information Dominance (SAF/A6), USAF
  • Mr. Shannon Sullivan, Head of Federal, Google
  • Mr. Michael McCarthy, Chief, LANDWARNET Division, ARCIC, TRADOC BMC, USA
  • Dr. Ray Letteer, USMC, Chief, Cybersecurity Division (C4/CY), Headquarters, U.S. Marine Corps
  • Dr. Paul Tibbits M.D., SES, Deputy CIO for Architecture, Strategy & Design, Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Captain (USN-ret) Chris Gunderson, Lead Open System Acquisition, Office of the Secretary of the Air Force (Acquisition), Office of Transformational Innovation
  • Mr. Donald Davidson, Chief, Lifecycle Risk Management & Cybersecurity/Acquisition Integration Division at US Department of Defense (DoD-CIO)
  • Dr. Kevin Mills, Senior Scientist, National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST)
  • Colonel Kirby Watson, USA, Chief, Interoperability, J6 (Joint Staff)
  • Mr. Greg Wenzel, Executive Vice President and Lead, Digital Solutions/C4ISR, Strategic Innovation Group, Booz Allen Hamilton
  • Colonel Gregory Breazile, USMC, Director, C2/Cyber & Electronic Warfare Integration Division (CEWID)
  • Mr. Scott Kreisler, Program Manager, Systems & Communications Integration, Lockheed Martin, Mission & Integration, Corporate Engineering & Technology
  • Dr. Kenneth E. Nidiffer, Director of Strategic Plans for Government Programs, Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, Software Solutions Division, Client Technical Solutions Directorate
  • Mr. Paul de Souza, Founder, The Cyber Security Forum Initiative (CSFI)
  • Mr. Darrel Beach, Systems Engineer, Architect, Cisco Systems
  • Mr. Steve Orrin, Chief Technologist, Intel Federal LLC
  • Dr. Rob Wittman, Department Head, Simulation Engineering, Modeling, Experimentation and Analysis, The MITRE Corporation
  • Dr. David Cooper, Technical Director, Communications and Control Solutions, BAE Systems
  • Dr. Guna Seetharaman, Senior Scientist ST for Advanced Computing Concepts, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
  • Dr. Igor Linkov, Risk and Decision Science Team Lead, USA RDECOM

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Source: ASDEvents
Date: Aug 19, 2016