As a non-profit organization, AFCEA International has been serving its members by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information. It is also committed to increasing knowledge by exploring issues relevant to its members in the fields of information technology, communications, and electronics for the defense, homeland security, and intelligence communities. AFCEA International was founded in 1946.
TechNet Indo-Pacific April 2022 & TechNet Indo-Pacific November 2022
TechNet Indo-Pacific is the largest event of its type in the Indo-Pacific Rim, with over 5,000 attendees. The conference will focus on the concerns that military leaders in the area have highlighted, such as full-spectrum cyber operations as enemies employ cyberspace to conduct operations below the threshold of war.
The TechNet Indo-Pacific conference will feature speakers and discussions about the issues facing the region and how industry and government can work together to overcome them. Exhibitors showcase products and services that are tailored to the needs of the military forces on hand. TechNet Indo-Pacific, which is currently in its 36th year, is co-sponsored by AFCEA International and AFCEA Hawaii and takes place every year in Singapore.
TechNet Cyber 2022
The battleground in cyberspace has shifted. It’s no more a battleground where enemies launch a single distributed denial of service assault, lob a virus, or infiltrate a network; instead, it’s a condition of constant barrages and simultaneous campaigns. Attacks on high-value targets are still happening, but they’re being accompanied by a barrage of attacks on political, economic, and security objectives.
In this environment, both offensive and defense require a single front where no frontlines exist. The only way to defeat enemies intent on not just destroying one country but also conquering all of cyberspace will be to build a robust cyber army based on a strong relationship between government agencies and partner nations.
Military, business, and academics will gather at TechNet Cyber 2022 to debate and plan how to achieve constant engagement, presence, and innovation. It’s a chance to develop a new strategy for network resilience and defense.
The Defense Department as well as civilian organizations across a broad range of task sets are covered by AFCEA International’s TechNet Cyber, which is one of the foundations of the association’s TechNet brand.
AFCEA Tidewater Integrated Cyber Symposium (TWICS) 2022
You will get access to and insight into the senior leader’s views on current developments in cyberspace and the strategic transformation to multi-domain combat operations with future military cyber and ISR battlespace issues. TWICS is envisioned as an annual event with a national pull to assist the cybersecurity Government/military, industrial, and academic sectors by AFCEA Tidewater Chapter. TWICS 2022 is expected to draw 1,500 people.
TWICS 2022 will feature expert panels, illustrious keynote speakers, acquisition updates, classified discussions, and continuing education courses across three days. Through ethical conversation, professional growth, and educational opportunities, AFCEA is a non-profit organization that directly promotes the idea exchange between the Government/military, industry, and academic groups.
Maritime IT Summit 2022
Together with NAVY DON IT EAST, the AFCEA Hampton Roads Chapter is continuing to monitor the directives issued by the Federal government and the Department of Defense with respect to the current COVID-19 global health problem. We would like to express our gratitude to all of the Sponsors and Speakers who have agreed to contribute to this year’s AFCEA Hampton Roads event. It is absolutely necessary for us to keep working together on operational concepts and the technology that is now accessible in order to Modernize Innovate and Defend the Mission! The networking that occurs between the government, industry, and academic institutions helps to expedite the delivery of capabilities to the front lines, which in turn helps to keep the United States secure.