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College Outreach Bootcamp: Working Side-by-Side – WVU Students, DISA Civilians & Military, National Guard (Interns Perspective on Recent Operational Exercise)

  • Room: Rooms 324-326
Wednesday, April 27, 2022: 9:50 AM - 10:15 AM

Speaker(s)

Moderator (confirmed)
Lisa Hines-Simmons
IT Specialist, Risk Management Executive
Defense Information Systems Agency
Panelist (confirmed)
Nicholas Angel
WVU Student
Panelist (confirmed)
Jennifer L. Augustine
Director, Office of Strategic Outreach and Talent Acquisition
Defense Information Systems Agency
Panelist (confirmed)
Deacon Barbazette
WVU Student
Panelist (confirmed)
SSG Adam Brenner
Cybersecurity Analyst
Defense Information System Agency
Panelist (confirmed)
Levi Combs
WVU Student
Panelist (confirmed)
SFC Jacob Samples
Cyber Specialist
Defense Information System Agency
Speaker (confirmed)
Fred Ruonavar
Chief of DISA Mission Assurance and DISA/DoDIN Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Division
Defense Information Systems Agency

Description

The DISA program director, DISA interns from West Virginia University, and members of the West Virginia National Guard discuss working side-by-side on the US/Ukrainian team in the international Locked Shields 2022 exercise held just last week. This event is the world’s largest and most complex international live-fire cyber exercise, hosted by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE). The panel will discuss their experiences working in a hybrid team of military members, civilians, and academia.

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