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TECHNET EUROPE 2006

in conjunction with NATO CIS Symposium

18-20 October 2006
Kempinski Hotel, Sofia, Bulgaria

 

AN INTRODUCTION TO TECHNET EUROPE 2006

FROM RISK TO RECOVERY
Identifying and Controlling Business Risks Effectively!

 

The aim of TechNet Europe 2006 is to explore risk management strategies in

the defence environment by examining likely threats and reviewing options for

risk reduction and damage limitation.

  

Session 1 – "What Keeps You Awake at Night?"

 

Session 2 – The Only Certainty is Change

 

Session 3 – Security - how Nations Work with Industry

 

Session 4 – The Bulgarian Solution to Risk Management in the Defence Environment

 

WHY BULGARIA?

AFCEA International is fortunate to have two of its most vibrant European Chapters

in Bulgaria, one based in Sofia and the other in Varna. Their well-

established connections with the senior management levels in the Bulgarian

Defence Forces, and their enthusiasm to ensure another spectacular TechNet

Europe event will guarantee strong attendance at all levels from the Bulgarian

defence forces as well as an inquisitive approach to the topic of risk management.

The subject is a timely one and will be of interest to all those who seek to

employ modern technology against a background of the physical, electronic and

human opportunities for disruption.

 

Bulgaria, which is advancing towards greater Euro-Atlantic integration, officially became a member of NATO on March 29, 2004.  The country signed its Accession Treaty with the European Union (EU) on April 25, 2005 which was ratified by all-party support on May 11, 2005, with a view towards joining the EU in 2007.   Bulgaria is a member of the United Nations and in 2002-2003 served a 2-year term as a non-permanent member on the UN Security Council.    Bulgaria served as Chair-In-Office of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in 2004.

 

So – two strong Chapters, a strong country, and an active role in NATO, all set

against a rich cultural heritage, what could be a better opportunity for

TECHNET Europe 2006 - I look forward to seeing you there.

 

Robert Howell

 

Commodore, Royal Navy (rtd.)

General Manager

AFCEA Europe   

 

Contact AFCEA Europe for more information: Email

 

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