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AFCEA Augusta-Fort Gordon Chapter Course 9: ROTC Cyber Panel

  • Room: Estes A
Wednesday, August 17, 2022: 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM


Moderator (confirmed)
CPT William R. Buckley, III, USA
Assistant Professor of Military Science
Georgia Institute of Technology
Panelist (confirmed)
Gabriel Beckum
Army ROTC Cadet
Georgia Southern University
Panelist (confirmed)
Vincent Giordano
Air Force ROTC Cadet
Georgia Institute of Technology
Panelist (confirmed)
CDT Reginald Norman
Kennesaw State University
Panelist (confirmed)
Austin Seidel
Army ROTC Cadet
University of North Georgia
Panelist (confirmed)
Connor Skidmore
Air Force ROTC Cadet
Georgia Institute of Technology


A ROTC instructor from GA Tech and three military cadets from Georgia Tech, one from North Georgia University, and one from Georgia Southern University will discuss Cyber Security from a college student's viewpoint.  College students, and especially those entering the military, have a unique view of cyber security - the threats, the future, and possible solutions.  They also remember what first got them excited about cyber security and how they hope to make a difference in our world.  Attendees at this session should come away with a fresh look at cyber security, the environment surrounding it, and possible solutions/proposed solutions for the future.  Leaders will also obtain insight into how to attract cyber security warriors of the future to the career field. 

Specifically, the cadets and future military leaders will address the following questions:
-       When, how and why did you become interested in Cyber security?
-       What type job are you looking for after you graduate?  (Note:  We do know that you will go into the military, but what are you hoping for in the way of responsibilities?)
-       What is the most important lesson college taught you about Cyber security?
-       What did you enjoy the most in your course of study?
-       What do you see as the greatest cyber security threat in terms of national defense?
-       How do you see the current cyber security environment?
-       Where do you think cyber security will go in the U.S. in the future?
-       Do you have any proposed solutions to the current issues in cyber security?
-       What contributions are you hoping to make to cyber security?


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