AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium | May 5 -7 | Baltimore, MD | http://link.afcea.org/Cyberops15
The U.S. Defense Information Systems Agency’s new operational role in the cyber domain as network defender
creates a formal relationship between DISA, U.S. Cyber Command and the command’s military service components.
The goal is to improve security, but a successful strategy depends on a matrix of participating organizations
adapting technical solutions and adopting enterprise management to improve e;ciency, security and reliability.
A community of partners will discuss relevant guidance and priorities, and associated perspectives of mission
partners united in the development of an integrated approach to operating and defending the network.
AFCEA Spring Intelligence Symposium | May 20 – 21 | Spring;eld, VA | www.afcea.org/events/springintel
This 34th annual meeting will bring together leaders from the O;ce of the DNI, The Defense Advanced Research
Projects Agency, the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, and the National Intelligence Council.
The speakers will focus on the rationale for why the intelligence community needs to invent in R&D, where the
investment is being directed and how industry and academia can best contribute.
AFCEA SOLUTIONS Series -GMU Symposium | May 20 – 21 | Fairfax, VA | www.afcea.org/events/gmuc4i/
The AFCEA/GMU Critical Issues in C4I Symposium brings academia, industry and government together to address
important issues in C4I Technology and systems R&D. This year’s agenda will focus on maximizing operational
e;ectiveness at the tactical edge, improving IT infrastructure performance and agility, agile IT acquisition, pushing
innovation in C4I. Unique this year, the opportunity to participate in the DI2E PlugFest.
AFCEA SOLUTIONS Series-George
Mason University Symposium
"Critical Issues in C4I"