From the Global War on Terrorism to rebalancing in the Asia-Pacific region to the exponentially growing challenges of cyber defense and deterrence worldwide, the responsibilities of defense organizations are monumental and not always aligned. Solutions require a clear understanding of needs and issues, and ultimately, on developing innovative and affordable products, services and strategies. Success is only possible through collaboration and information sharing among industry, defense departments and governments across the globe.
AFCEA's defense programs are uniquely structured to meet these needs through networking opportunities that include continuing education, thought leadership, conferences, scholarships, product and service expositions, community service, committee involvement, chapter engagement and leadership opportunities. Learn More
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Baltimore Convention Center, Baltimore, MD
|10/28/2021||EPIC Academic Outreach Series|
AnyMeeting Webinar, Web
|11/02/2021||SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by Zscaler: Deploying SASE for DoD|
|11/09/2021||SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by Forcepoint: Strategies for Enabling Multi-Domain Collaboration through Secure Data & File Transfer|
|11/18/2021||SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by SGS: Utilizing an ISO/IEC 27001 Management System to Support Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC)|
Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina, San Diego, CA
|12/02/2021||SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by Spirent: Complement Your Mission-Critical Cybersecurity Strategy with Proactive Assessments and Automation|
|12/07/2021||SIGNAL WEBINAR Sponsored by Viasat: Partnering Industry Cyber Services with Government Threat Intelligence|
|02/16/2022||WEST Conference and Exhibition|
San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA
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