This event occurred on June 7-8, 2011.
Welcome to the 2011 AFCEA National Intelligence Forum
For over 30 years, AFCEA Intelligence, backed by a strong partnership of government and industry supporters, has sponsored highly regarded classified symposia and conferences in Washington D.C. for intelligence professionals.
The new AFCEA National Intelligence Forum is different. Not only is it being held on the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas, it also is an unclassified event reaching out to a wider community of government, industry, and academia members to help them better understand topics of significance to the U.S. Intelligence Community and national defense.
The theme of the inaugural Forum is Cyber Intelligence Unclassified Tradecraft. For two days, AFCEA Intelligence will gather some of the Nation’s leading authorities on intelligence and cyber to explore how unclassified intelligence tradecraft and a public/private partnership can help to strengthen cyber defense. Attendees will learn not only about the threat, but how analytic methods can effectively be leveraged against all cyber unclassified data sets, thereby more effectively identifying, understanding and warning of developing threat vectors.
THIS IS NOT JUST ANOTHER CYBER CONFERENCE! THIS ONE IS SPECIFICALLY FOCUSED ON HOW INTELLIGENCE COLLECTION, DATA PROCESSING, AND ANALYTIC TRADECRAFT CAN OPERATIONALIZE OUR CYBER DEFENSES AND MISSIONS AS NEVER BEFORE.
We invite you to review the agenda, see the expertise and experience represented by the conference speakers, and then register to join us for the AFCEA National Intelligence Forum in San Antonio, TX, on June 7-8, 2011.