|The London Chapter is a mix of Military and Industry
Members, with meeting attendance approximately 60% Industry
and 40% military. The Military members are drawn primarily
from MOD HQ in London, Air Command and PJHQ. The Chapter
holds 10 monthly meetings a year with guest speakers from
MOD / Government / Industry and Academia. The Chapter also
runs a biennial full day Cyber Conference, an annual
Corporate Networking Reception and an annual Cyber Dinner.
Purpose of AFCEA London Chapter:
┐ Improve the knowledge of our members and improve
their decision-making by exposing them to the most modern
innovation in the field of digital communications,
cyberspace, information, and computing.
┐ Introduce our members to innovators, leaders and
policy-makers in the above fields (and associated areas)
through hosted talks, networking and social events.
┐ Provide the UK Defence Enterprise with an ┐honest
broker┐ that is able to facilitate a wide range of
activities to achieve the above, working with other similar
associations, institutions, worshipful companies and Defence
┐ Champion the adoption of disruptive technology and
behaviours in the UK Defence Enterprise that will stimulate
the development of game-changing and asymmetric military
capabilities, through a programme of ┐talks, lectures and
visits┐ that focus on future innovation and where
appropriate articles in relevant journals.
┐ Encourage new young-member interests groups to
develop under the AFCEA London banner and provide them with
the support to investigate and brief on their areas of