JBLM & JBER AFCEA Cyber Training Day Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Fort Huachuca NDIA Cyber Day Thursday, March 25, 2021
About the Virtual Event Environment:
Top technology companies are invited to exhibit and speak during this virtual US Army Cyber Series. This program will be attended by hundreds of personnel from throughout both installations. The program will bring together solution providers for a virtual event that transforms the standard in-person event into a technology-driven, streamlined experience that maximizes value. The virtual environment is designed to provide attendees with the information and technology solutions they need in today’s environment.
This exciting opportunity will be limited to 30 top industry partners per event. This will allow industry partners to interact with U.S. Army personnel and have access to members of the community. Personnel from throughout the installations will be invited to participate, with a strong emphasis on the Cyber and Information Technology workforce.
The outreach series offers industry a rare opportunity to network and collaborate with technology leaders and end-user personnel from Fort Huachuca, JBER and JBLM. Requested technologies include: data loss prevention, intrusion detection, threat assessment, network based detection, big data, storage and cybersecurity. There are also speaking opportunities available as part of the cybersecurity training and outreach for the Laboratory personnel.
The program is expected to draw more than 500 attendees between both days.
What are the benefits of exhibiting at this virtual program?
In this virtual environment, exhibitors will be able to:
Interact with new and existing customers
Share product information
Learn about competitors
Expand reach to customers who are not able to meet in-person given the current limitations
Analytics & Reporting:
An important piece of the virtual environment is the data that exhibitors will receive, including who attended, how long they were in the event, which documents they downloaded, which sessions they attended, what questions they asked, and more! The more content you provide in your booth—such as information sheets, videos, or web links – the more attention you will get from attendees and the more data you will receive after the event.
Increased Event ROI With our On-Demand Feature: Extend the life of your exhibit booth presence by hosting it virtually, allowing attendees to register and consume content anytime, even after the conclusion of the ‘live’ event.
Personalized Event Experience:
This interactive virtual experience will promote meaningful dialogue between the exhibiting company and event attendees, fostering knowledge transfer and collaboration.
Sample Exhibit Booth
About the JBLM & JBER AFCEA Cyber Training Day:
Reach Pacific Command personnel by joining us as a sponsor or exhibitor at the Virtual Cyber and IT Training Day for Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) and Joint Base Elmendorf Richardson (JBER) on Tuesday, March 16, 2021. The Virtual Cyber & IT Training Day will be jointly hosted by the AFCEA Northwest Region and the AFCEA Alaska Chapter. The purpose of this event is to further educate Cyber and IT warfighters on the latest cybersecurity strategies, remediation techniques, and resilience tactics. This will be accomplished through SME speaker sessions, multiple instructional tracks, and a live exhibit hall featuring cyber industry innovations and IT modernization advancements.
The event will be focused on JBLM and JBER, but we will also invite Cyber and IT personnel from Fort Wainwright, Eielson AFB, and Hawaii Pacific Command installations.
The Virtual Cyber Training Day will focus on educating Army and Air Force end-users by offering real-world solutions to some of today’s most pressing cybersecurity challenges.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) became one of 12 joint bases across the Department of Defense in 2010 when Fort Lewis and McChord Air Force Base merged. Joint Base Lewis-McChord is a strategically vital, joint force power projection platform. The installation hosts I Corps, 7th Infantry Division, the Network Enterprise Center (NEC), Madigan Army Hospital, 62nd and 446th Airlift Wings, Western Air Defense Sector, and more. Joint Base Lewis-McChord supports more than 40,000 service members, including active duty, National Guard and reserve members, approximately 14,000 full-time civilian employees — including Department of Defense contractors and other civilian employees.
Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson (JBER), holds the distinction of being one of 12 DoD Joint Bases when Elmendorf AFB and Fort Richardson merged. The 673d ABW consists of four groups that operate and maintain the joint base for air sovereignty, combat training, force staging, and throughput operations in support of worldwide contingencies. The installation hosts the headquarters for the United States Alaskan Command, 11th Air Force, U.S. Army Alaska, 59th Signal Battalion, the Alaskan North American Aerospace Defense Command Region, and more. JBER has over 31,000 service members and civilians’ employees.
About the Fort Huachuca NDIA Cyber Day:
Join the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) – Southwest Chapter, and our Community Partners the AFCEA Tucson Chapter, Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance (ACTRA), Arizona InfraGard, ISACA Tucson Chapter, ISC2 Southern Arizona Chapter, and the University of Arizona South Cyber Operations Center of Excellence on Thursday, March 25, 2021, for the NDIA SW Cyber Resilience Day for Fort Huachuca and the Arizona Military Cyber Community.
The purpose of the NDIA SW Cyber Resilience Day is to provide cyber and IT personnel at Fort Huachuca, and in Arizona with educational Subject Matter Expert (SME) Speaker Sessions on a wide variety of cybersecurity topics including Mobility & Cyber Safety while Working Remotely, Cyber Industry Innovation, and Cyber Training & Education. There will also be a Virtual Exhibit Hall that will be held in conjunction with the Speaker Sessions.
Besides personnel from Fort Huachuca we will also invite cyber and IT personnel from Davis Monthan AFB, Luke AFB, the Marine Corps Air Station Yuma, the Arizona Air National Guard, and the Arizona Army National Guard.
About Fort Huachuca & NETCOM:
Fort Huachua is home to United States Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM). NETCOM is the Army's single information technology service provider for all network communications. A major subordinate command to U.S. Army Cyber Command, NETCOM maintains and defends the Global Network Enterprise to enable information superiority and freedom of access to the network in all phases of Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational operations. NETCOM plans, engineers, installs, integrates, protects, and operates Army Cyberspace, enabling Mission Command through all phases of Joint, Interagency, Intergovernmental, and Multinational operations.
Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC), the Information Systems Engineering Command (ISEC), the Electronic Proving Ground (EPG), and the Intelligence and Electronic Warfare Directorate (IEWTD).
The fort has a population of about 6,500 active-duty soldiers and 8,000 civilian employees.