AFCEA International Chapter News
MONTGOMERY CHAPTER CHAPTER - Oct 27, 2016

Young AFCEANs Learn about 'Hacking the MGM'

In October, the chapter's Young AFCEANs hosted a Business Over Breakfast seminar featuring guest speaker Boyd Stephens, founder of Netelysis, at the Hilton Garden Inn in Montgomery, Alabama. Stephens spoke to a room of service members, civilians and community partners on the topic of "Hacking Montgomery, Gunter and Maxwell (MGM)." First, he informed the audience about the difference between cracking and hacking. Cracking is an attempt to access a system without permission, while hacking is seeking intimate knowledge and understanding of the inner workings of a system. Thereby, hacking the MGM is really about learning the talents and inner workings of the area. It is about finding out who and what a community really is. He mentioned that success is about finding talent in the community and bringing it out; it is about creating momentum. The MGM community has a lot of untapped resources and talent. Stephens provided some ideas for how to identify and utilize those resources and talents. Following the presentation, Stephens conducted a brief question-and-answer session, and audience members networked.

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Boyd Stephens (l), founder of Netelysis and speaker at the chapter's October Business Over Breakfast seminar, receives a token of appreciation from the chapter's Adam Vencill.
Boyd Stephens (l), founder of Netelysis and speaker at the chapter's October Business Over Breakfast seminar, receives a token of appreciation from the chapter's Adam Vencill.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Brandy Silvers
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