Today, military communications deploy diverse technologies that comprise the tactical and strategic converged networks needed to support warfighters' missions. Challenges exist in deploying and operating these networks that include a broad range of technologies including: VoIP, TDM, SatCom, cellular, tactical radios, SCIP, WiFi and GSM. Additionally, military communications must support the wide range of diverse and not necessarily interconnected networks which are comprised of legacy and emerging technologies.
On August 11, 2011 at 12 noon ET, join us for a webinar discussion on how the U.S. Defense Department and coalition partners can safely move mission-critical data without compromising security or compliance through assured air gap transfer.
Join us on June 23 at 1 p.m. for a webinar on how Ethernet encryption over other technologies can help you improve your bottom line while simplifying your network. The requirement for real-time information sharing is driving agencies to eliminate stovepipes and build converged network infrastructures to provide a common operating environment. Agencies are faced with a decision on which network architectures to deploy that will allow them to carry data over wide area networks (WANs) that connect regional commands, domestic and international facilities, data centers, and disaster recovery sites. Aligning encryption capabilities with the transport technology can provide substantial benefits to the organization.
Widespread access to sensitive or confidential documents poses serious risks of information disclosure, as was witnessed this year with confidential information ending up in the hands of WikiLeaks. Join us on May 26, 2011, at 1 pm ET for a discussion on how an effective data classification strategy can help government organizations comply with marking standards, reduce data loss and optimize information sharing whether internally or externally.
To detect and then locate ephemeral, shifting signals demands an advanced signal processing subsystem, combining a very High Probability of Intercept (HPOI) with a unique capability for multi-channel coherency. In an upcoming webinar, Mercury Computer Systems' Marc Couture and Tom Roberts will present the design concepts of such a processing subsystem, with tightly integrated RF tuners and digital receivers
Join us March 10, 2011 at 12 noon as SIGNAL Editor-in-Chief Robert K. Ackerman talks with Alan Henderson, Vice President of Engineering, Globecomm Network Services Corp. about balancing mission priorities with bandwidth allocations for IP-based, hybrid terrestrial-satellite networks.
In this virtual seminar, Ciena's Jim Morin and Jeff Verrant discuss bandwidth options and other ideas for taking a more strategic approach to data center networking that addresses the heart of the problem: The need for a high-performance, deterministic, manageable and cost-efficient network.
The next SIGNAL webinar will be held on Thursday, February 25, at 12:00 PM Eastern Time. The topic will focus on service portfolio management, which is new to the world of service management in ITIL V3.
As defense entities continue to virtualize their IT environments, they must revisit not only their security architectures but their policy and governance models, the subject of the next SIGNAL webinar on November 12 at 11 a.m. Eastern Time.
Join Dr. James Ransome of Cisco Systems as he explores how the three commonly accepted models for cloud-service delivery can be implemented to drive efficiencies while maintaining desired security levels.
In today's telephony environment, the U.S. Department of Defense needs to not only meet the legacy demands of their current TDM technology, but also lead their organization to the future of end-to-end IP centric communications on the GIG, the subject of the next SIGNAL webinar on October 29 at 1 p.m. Eastern Time.
Carrier Ethernet takes the dominant LAN technology-namely, Ethernet-and extends it onto Metro and Wide Area networks (MANs/WANs). This potent force greatly simplifies access to, and use of, IP traffic for mission-critical applications and services.
Please join co-presenter Chris Janson, coauthor of the book Carrier Ethernet for Dummies, and Lt. Col Jeff Verrant, USMCR, Ciena's director of DOD business development, for "Carrier Ethernet 101 - A Primer on Carrier Ethernet for the DOD" on Thurs., Oct. 15, 2009, at 1:00 PM ET.
The next SIGNAL Webinar will be held on September 24, 2009, at 12:00 PM Eastern.
Government agencies and departments around the globe are rapidly moving forward with their efforts of converging voice, data and video services onto a common IP infrastructure. The main force behind this accelerated transition to IP networks is a realization of the efficiency and cost savings from running multiple applications and services across a single infrastructure.
Next in SIGNAL's webinar series, "Securing the Data Center: A DOD Architecture for Information Assurance" will take place on May 7, 2009 at 11:00 AM ET. Targeted attacks by hackers and insiders are aimed where they'll do the most damage and where the most valuable assets are located - the agency data center. Government agencies can increase protection and reduce operational costs when security issues are considered at the very beginning of data center planning. So it's ironic that data center security is often an afterthought.
March 19: Managing virtual environments is becoming more complex, Federal initiatives are piling on, and your organization's infrastructure is what it is.
SIGNAL's next webinar will be on February 26 at 11 a.m. and features Kurt Dickey, Unified Communications Specialist at Cisco Federal. From the description:
Organizations that maintain separate voice and data networks are confronted with the challenge of increasing productivity while reducing costs.
The next SIGNAL Webinar, "Data at Rest Protection: An Integral Part of an Enterprise Data Protection Strategy," will be on Tuesday, December 9 at 12 Eastern. Here's the description:
Details have been announced for the next AFCEA Solutions Series webinar, which will be on May 21, 2008, 1-2 p.m. SIGNAL Editor-in-Chief Robert K. Ackerman will moderate the panel, which includes:
Robert Lentz, Director for Information Assurance, OASD NII