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Retaining the 2021 theme, “Partnering to Win: Trust | Velocity | Agility,” the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association's TechNet Cyber 2022 was held at the Baltimore Convention Center, April 26 - 28, 2022.

Experts covered topics from modernizing enterprise command and control, new directions in cloud computing, innovations in cyber tools, network services and much more. Joint All Domain Command and Control; Identity, Credential and Access Management; Thunderdome; Defense Enterprise Office Solutions and DOD365 are among the numerous programs that will be discussed.

Click on the subjects below to access the briefing slides.

Subject Speaker 

4th Estate Optimization
Many Agencies, One Common Network

Miguel Cerritos - Aracen
Laura Herbertson
Corey Hawkins
Spilling the Tea: Adopting Business Intelligence for making Marines Morgan McGray
Big Data Platform Doug Steinbaum
Aaron Edings
Data Way Forward
Leveraging Data at the Center of Gravity
Caroline Kuharske
Defending the DODIN through Capability Integration
Joint Cyber Warfighter Architecture

Bob Landreth
Leo Gentile III
Khoi Nguyen
Sandy Radesky
Army Col. Benjamin Ring 
Air Force Brig. Gen. David Snoddy

Cloud Acceleration and Adoption
A Deep Dive into DOD Cloud Infrastructure as a Code and Containers as a Service
David Lago
Hsiao-Chuan (H.C.) Su
DOD Enterprise Mobility
Next Generation of Mobility Solutions
Mark Long
Ashley Rozier
Chris Douglas
Army Lt. Annique Henriques
Jaime Berrios
Josh Howard
DOD Public Safety Communications Joseph Wassel
Philip La Perla
Jon Marcy
Emerging Technology Steve Wallace
Holistic Assessment Program Marine Corps Lt. Col. Michael Hlad
DOD Enterprise Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) Chandler Grice
Brandon Iske

Joint All-Domain Command and Control
The What to the How

Army Col. Kevin E. Finch
Leveraging SETI and ENCORE III
The Acquisition Umbrella to Serve Our IT Services Missions
Christie Stukenberg
Christopher R. Riley
Michelle Warren

Quantum Resistant Cryptography

Deepak Seth

Realizing Zero Trust!

Alan Rosner

Meeting with the Program Management Office
How to make the most of your engagement

Christopher R. Riley
How to Influence the Acquisition Decision…
Become Part of the Market Research

Brenda Leonard

Updates in Cyber Tools

  • Cloud Based Internet Isolation
  • Comply to Connect
  • Enterprise Email Security Gateway
Laurel Lashley
Donald Cook
Thuy Che

 Air Force Lt. Gen. Robert J. Skinner provides the keynote address during the 2022 AFCEA TechNet Cyber conference
Air Force Lt. Gen. Robert J. Skinner provides the keynote address during the 2022 AFCEA TechNet Cyber conference in Baltimore, Maryland, April 26, 2022. The conference works as a staging area for military, industry and academia to discuss and plan how to achieve persistent engagement, persistent presence and innovation. (U.S. DOD photo by Thomas L. Burton, DISA/Released)