AFCEA International Chapter News
ROCKY MOUNTAIN CHAPTER CHAPTER - Feb 05, 2019

Another Record Year for the Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium 2019

Once again, the chapter thanks all the Defense Department and industry partners for another record year. The generous support shown for this year's show enables the chapter to contribute over $200,000 to local STEM education programs and scholarships-more than twice that of last year's donations. The chapter donates 100 percent of the net profits from this symposium to the local STEM fund. To date, over $1 million in grants and scholarships has been donated, much of it due to the outstanding support from sponsors, exhibitors and other donations. Here are some amazing statistics and highlights from this year's show: Over 2,300 attendees; 129 companies/organizations exhibiting; 33 Speakers (10 Flag/SVP) from industry and Defense Department; 10 technical training classes providing certification credits; exposure to over 65,000 government, industry and academic entities through the advertising campaign. Once again, thank you for helping make 2019 a great success, and the chapter hopes to see everyone again next year for the 2020 show: February 3 - 6, 2020.

Event Photographs:

Nancy Norton, vice admiral, USN, director, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)/commander, Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ-DODIN) delivers the luncheon keynote speech at the February event.
Nancy Norton, vice admiral, USN, director, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)/commander, Joint Force Headquarters-Department of Defense Information Network (JFHQ-DODIN) delivers the luncheon keynote speech at the February event.
The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado, hosts the Cyberspace Symposium 2019 in February.
The Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colorado, hosts the Cyberspace Symposium 2019 in February.
Lt. Gen. Harry D. Raduege, USAF, (Ret.), senior counselor, The Cohen Group, and managing partner, Ridge-Lane Global, leads panel discussion with cyber, artificial intelligence and machine learning experts (l to r) Merritt Baer, principal security architect for global accounts, Amazon Web Services; Col. Von Gardiner, USAF, (Ret.), public sector chief technology officer and account chief technology officer for Department of Defense at Hewlett Packard Enterprise; Rick Howard, chief security officer, Palo Alto Networks; David Recordon, vice president, infrastructure and security, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
Lt. Gen. Harry D. Raduege, USAF, (Ret.), senior counselor, The Cohen Group, and managing partner, Ridge-Lane Global, leads panel discussion with cyber, artificial intelligence and machine learning experts (l to r) Merritt Baer, principal security architect for global accounts, Amazon Web Services; Col. Von Gardiner, USAF, (Ret.), public sector chief technology officer and account chief technology officer for Department of Defense at Hewlett Packard Enterprise; Rick Howard, chief security officer, Palo Alto Networks; David Recordon, vice president, infrastructure and security, Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.

For more details regarding this event contact:
Phil Parker
719-309-8921

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