Next week, the Defense Strategies Institute will hold its 6th annual Cyber Operations for National Defense Symposium. This year’s symposium will bring together senior leaders in cyber security from the Department of Defense, other federal agencies, and the private sector to discuss how to achieve and maintain U.S. superiority in cyberspace.
The 2019 symposium will focus on the latest developments in U.S. offensive and defensive cyber capabilities. To effectively combat adversaries and maintain cyber superiority and freedom of action in the Cyber Domain, the federal government has made significant investments in updating its networks and capabilities. Session discussions will allow for open and honest dialogue on the latest efforts by government agencies and organizations to meet and overcome evolving cyber threats and ensure continued US dominance in cyberspace.
With a host of senior-level speakers on the agenda, including General James Holmes, USAF, Commander, Air Combat Command and Major General Dennis Crall, USMC, Deputy Principal Cyber Advisor, Officer of the Secretary of Defense, there will be a great deal of information shared with participants. But with only a limited number of seats available, the focus will be on actionable discussion and dialogue between speakers and attendees.
Interested in participating? You can register here. Active military and federal government employees receive complimentary registration.
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