Military Communications and Innovation: Priorities for the Modern Warfight was the theme of MILCOM 2017. Thought leaders and experts from all areas of industry, military and government made clear that priorities of speed, security and cost must be addressed to ensure success in the cyber domain. The challenges are many; accelerating innovation to the warfighter is a key enabler to meeting the toughest mission requirements.
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|Upcoming AFCEA Events|
AFCEA Innovation Shark Tank (S3 E3)
09/20/2019 - 09/20/2019
TV Worldwide, 4206 Technology Ct Suite F, Chantilly, VA
AFCEA International is sponsoring a series of Innovation Shark Tank events where companies can pitch their capabilities to a panel of investors and government/nongovernment technology experts. Topics can range from artificial intelligence to digital transformation to cybersecurity to any great idea. If you've nearly perfected an innovation or business process that would revolutionize technology procurement or you've thought about starting your own business, this is your chance to get advice from experts.
Federal Identity Forum 2019
09/23/2019 - 09/26/2019
Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, FL
The Federal Identity Forum (FedID) is the U.S. federal government's primary outreach and collaboration-building event with the identity community worldwide. This annual event promotes a comprehensive understanding of current capabilities, pending needs, market trends and future directions. The goal is to advance public-private and cross-discipline collaboration to improve the application of identity and access management disciplines across all mission spaces.
SIGNAL Webinar: Enforcing Device Policy with 24/7 Detection, Location, and Alerting for Cellular, Bluetooth & Wi-Fi
09/24/2019 - 09/24/2019
Every agency has a Radio Frequency (RF) device policy. But policies without effective enforcement don t work. Legitimate employees are carrying devices to accomplish the mission e.g cell phones, wearables, smart watches, tablets, hearing aids with BT or BTLE and Headsets. Old no devices anywhere policies have stopped working. Security officers need to be able to exclude all wireless and cellular devices from some indoor spaces and allow authorized devices in other spaces. Or allow a device in until it misbehaves by connecting outside the secure space. In this webinar Bastille will detail three customer use cases from Defense and Civilian Agencies including how they: Enforce adaptable RF device policy; Geo-fence sensitive areas and alert if/when they are breached; Accurately locate known and unknown cell phones with or without Mobile Device Management (MDM) and more!