2nd Annual Defense & Security MOBILE Technologies Symposium
Lt Gen Ronnie Hawkins
NSA Dir of IA
DoD Dep CIO
RADM Bob Day
CIO/C3T & Cyber
Presented by the D&S Mobile Working Group & hosted by AFCEA DC
Fri, July 20, 2012 -- Capital Hilton, Washington, DC
Keynotes by DISA, NSA, DoD, State & Panels on Tactical, Apps & BYOD.
Video from this conference is available to the Mobile Symposium conference attendees and members of the Mobile Working Group.
POST-CONFERENCE QUICK LINKS
The Defense & Security MOBILE Symposium will focus on the potential that mobile and wireless technologies offer for meeting the operational mission, as well as for improving business operations and training. The speed at which commercial mobile is expanding presents both challenges and opportunities for today’s Military Services and the Federal Government.
While mobile devices, networks, and applications enable individuals to have rapid access to real-time information, situational awareness, effective training, medical, technical, and back-office resources, they also present very real challenges in the field and at home. We continue to struggle with ensuring that information is subject to analysis, assurance, and authority; that communications are secure and interoperable, and identities are assured; that data-at-rest is protected; that service denials don’t cripple our ability to act; and, that we strike a balance between policy and flexibility with regards to devices, plans, uses, architecture, operating and development environments.
Our five Services, DoD Joint Agencies, the Intel Community, Homeland Security, and the rest of the Civilian Federal Government are simultaneously examining this same set of opportunities and challenges. Through the Defense & Security MOBILE symposium, we seek to provide a platform for military & government leaders to share their goals, needs, requirements and challenges with a large audience of professionals who can help achieve the mission of serving and protecting America, through greater access to the mobile future.
Jul. 20 (Fri) 2012
from 08:00 am to 05:30 pm
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