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"Do you work in the cyber area? Then I have some questions for you. How do we do 100% assured identity and build networks that can respond to and overcome our adversaries' attacks? How do we design the next level of encryption for security? How do we design for the next version of the Internet? These are just a few of the questions that I hope you will help us answer as part of our discussions at the 2016 Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium." - LTG Alan R. Lynn


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Engagement Theaters


The AFCEA Defensive Cyber Operations Symposium will feature five separate engagement theater spaces on the exhibit hall floor. Concurrent  theater sessions will take place on Thursday and Friday, April 21-22, 2016. The theaters are smaller venues seating just 100-200 participants in order to allow greater interaction and the presentation of technical and niche topics that may not be the right fit for the plenary stage. Some sessions may qualify for continuing education credit. A preliminary list of topics follows. More information will be posted as session speakers are confirmed.

 

Leveraging Technology Theater: 

  • SATCOM: ASIR, Right Sizing, and COMSATCOM
  • Secure Host Baseline Windows 10 Migration
  • Security Standards: Getting the Protections in Place
  • Software Defined Networking
  • Architecture & Capability

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Building Economies Theater:

  • Computing and Cloud Services
  • Unified Capabilities (UC)/Defense Enterprise Office Solution (DEOS)
  • DoD Mobility
  • Managing Risk Through the Cloud Provisional Authorization Process
  • Update on Cloud Cyber Defense CONOPS

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Strengthening Practices Theater:

  • Joing Regional Security Stack (JRSS) /Multi-Protocol Label Switching (MPLS)
  • NIPRNet/SIPRNet Cyber Security Architecture Review (NSCSAR)
  • Cyber Services
  • Big Data Platform (BDP) and Cyber Situational Awareness Analytic Capabilities
  • Service Support Environment & Change Configuration and Asset Management Update

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Mission Partner Theater:

  • DISA Small Business Panel: Government Perspective - The Knowns and Unknowns of the Capture Process
  • C2 of DISA's Enterprise
  • Mission Partner Engagement Office (MPEO)
  • Mission Partner Environment (MPE) Panel
  • JFHQ – DODIN

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Cyber Education Theater:

  • International Implications of Defensive Cyber Operations
  • The Internet of Things (IoT) - A New Frontier in Cybersecurity
  • External Dependencies and Supply Chain Risk Management
  • NIST 800-171, DFARS, and  Contractor Responsibilities for Covered Defense Systems
  • CYBER Command and Control:  What your data wants you to know

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