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TechNet Land Forces - Southwest 2012
Operating and defending the cyberspace: Tomorrow's playbook
The TechNet Land Forces conference series recently evolved from and replaces the annual LandWarNet Conference.More
The purpose is to provide a forum for the Army and Marine Corps as well as DoD Navy, Air Force, and Coast Guard security forces to discuss issues and share ideas for solutions. Each event will have a different regional and operational focus.
The overall theme of TechNet Land Forces - Southwest is network security and operations with a focus on the ground component of the Army and Marine Corps, including components of Homeland Security, industry, academia, and border control.
The operational theme of the first conference is Operating and defending the cyberspace: Tomorrow's playbook and focuses on an industry parallel with the Department of Defense in the defense of the cyberspace, impact of mobile communications on the battlefield, and training tomorrow's cyber warriors. Government, industry, and academia speakers will address a broad range of topics and focus on the challenges of network security issues of today and training cyber warriors of tomorrow.Less
Date: March 27, 2012