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AFCEA Spring Intelligence Symposium 2019

  • 19 March 2019
  • 20 March 2019
  • NGA Campus East - Springfield, VA

Intelligence Leaders and Experts will Identify Progress, Challenges, and Opportunities for the Current and Future IC in Facing Great Power Competition.

The need for mutually beneficial partnering between the IC and the Private Sector has never been greater.

Information and Registration: https://www.afcea.org/event/spring-welcome?utm_source=Informz&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Informz%20Email



Three Keynote Addresses:

  • Hon. Susan M. Gordon, Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence
  • Mr. Chris Shank, Director, Strategic Capabilities Office
  • Dr. Peter Singer, author “Ghost Fleet” and “LikeWar: The Weaponization of Social Media,” and strategist at New America

Six Panels:

  • The Return of Great Powers, including BG (Ret) Peter Zwack, National Defense University, and Mr. Dean Cheng, Heritage Foundation
  • The COCOM Intelligence Perspective, including MajGen Michael Groen, Director for Intelligence, Joint Staff, and, Brigadier Colin Karotam, Australian Army, Deputy J2, U.S. Indo -Pacific Command
  • The Rise of AI, including BG Matthew Easley, US Army AI Task Force Director, and, Ms. Ingrid Solis, Director of Nat’l Intelligence Lead for AI
  • Space as a New Frontier, including Mr. Ryan Lewis, VP and Deputy Director, In-Q-Tel Cosmiq Works, and, Mr. Chris DeMay, Founder and CTO, HawkEye 360
  • Cyber Warfare, including Mr. Rick Ledgett, former Deputy Director, National Security Agency
  • Quantum Computing, including Dr. Travis Humble, Director of Quantum Computing, Oak Ridge Nat'l Laboratories, and, Dr. Robert Cunningham, Chief of the Physical Sciences Laboratory, National Security Agency


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