The chairman and CEO of Cisco told the LandWarNet audience that industry and govnment has to change its approach to technology as advancements come faster than ever. Mobility, in particular, rapidly is alterting the technical landscape.
Lt. Gen. Rhett Hernandez, USA, commanding general of U.S. Army Cyber Command/2nd Army, outlines the future of cyber in the Army.
The director of DISA talked about the enterprise and the future of military operations.
Service taking a hard look at number of networks and applications it has overall as it moves to fulfilling motto "Always networked. Always on."
Members of today's industry panel at LandWarNet discussed many of the issues that have long been a source of consternation to military contractors including the need for a level playing field and better, more agile acquisition policies especially for information technology. However, one person added a slight twist to the discussion by stating that not only do many in government not understand the acquisition process and its difficulties, but industry does not do a good job educating them.
CIO/G-6 senior team members will be visiting every booth; Gen. Lawrence to review all their assessments of solutions on exhibit floor. LandWarNet splits into three smaller regional events in 2012. Former soldier and current entrepreneur extraordinaire advises Army leadership on the changes it must make in cyberwarfare, recruiting and acquisition.