November 06 - 08, 2018 | Crowne Plaza Old Town Alexandria, washington

Day One: 6 November

9:00 am - 9:55 am Registration & Welcome Breakfast

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Lieutenant General Robert P ‘Bob’ Otto (Ret.)

Former Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Headquarters U.S. Air Force (2013-2016)

9:40 am - 10:10 am U.S. Army Cyber Command Keynote

Lieutenant General Stephen Fogarty - Commander U.S. Army Cyber Command
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Lieutenant General Stephen Fogarty

Commander
U.S. Army Cyber Command

10:40 am - 11:10 am Reserved For Raytheon

10:10 am - 10:40 am Network Modernization & Future U.S. Army Cyber Policy

Michael Monteleone SES - Director of Space and Terrestrial Communications Directorate U.S. Army CERDEC
•    U.S. Army Network Modernization programme as part of the new CFTs
•    CEMA situational awareness needs
•    Space and terrestrial communications challenges

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Michael Monteleone SES

Director of Space and Terrestrial Communications Directorate
U.S. Army CERDEC

12:40 pm - 1:40 pm Lunch & Networking

•    The Canadian DND’s new cyber budget and future initiatives
•    Outlining the role and responsibilities of the new Cyber Security Centre in Canada
•    Fostering new skills and commercial innovations in Canadian cyber defence industry

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Francis Castonguay

Director General, Partnerships and Risk Mitigation
Canadian Communications Security Establishment (CSE)

•    USMC Sea Dragon exercise
•    Integrating cyber into Marine warfighting at the tactical levels to provide enhanced situational awareness, monitor social media, etc
•    How is the Warfighting Lab developing new systems for high end battle, particularly relating to information environment operations such as EW, cyber and manoeuvre in the EMS

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Brigadier General Christian Wortman

Vice Chief of Naval Research and Commander, Marine Corps Warfighting Lab
Office of Naval Research

•    The relationship between cyber, EMS and the multi-domain concept
•    How can the Army, Navy and Air Force better leverage the cyber domain to support its operations?
•    Forming a cohesive strategy for maintaining supremacy in the cyber and EMS domains
•    Industry and S&T contributions

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Brigadier General Aaron Prupas

Director of Intelligence
Headquarters Air Combat Command

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Brigadier General Christian Wortman

Vice Chief of Naval Research and Commander, Marine Corps Warfighting Lab
Office of Naval Research

3:10 pm - 3:40 pm Afternoon Tea & Networking

•    Key priorities for the PEO IEW&S in light of FY19 and the NDS
•    The key C2ISR gaps facing the Army today
•    Army adoption of the multi-domain concept

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Mr Laurence Mixon SES

Speical Assistant to the Program Executive Officer for Intelligence, Electronic Warfare, and Sensors
U.S. Army

2:10 pm - 2:40 pm Collaboration Over Competition: Open Source Software In ISR

Michael Menousek - CTO Connexta
•    Why would governments and contractors use or publish open source ISR software?
•    How can we leverage open source software given our sensitive use cases?
•    Myths and pitfalls of open source software in government


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Michael Menousek

CTO
Connexta

•    Why would governments and contractors use or publish open source ISR software?
•    How can we leverage open source software given our sensitive use cases?
•    Myths and pitfalls of open source software in government

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Giorgio Bertoli

Senior Scientific Technology Manager for Offensive Cyber
U.S. Army CERDEC

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Colonel Michael Manion

Commander, 55th Wing
U.S. Air Force

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Mid-Terms Cocktail Reception