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Tech Making Waves at AFCEA West 2023

The annual AFCEA West conference hosted by AFCEA International and the U.S. Naval Institute featured tech and cyber leaders from across the Department of the Navy and the Defense Department’s Fourth Estate and included conversations around zero trust, 5G, the Pentagon’s Joint All-Domain Command-and-Control (JADC2) initiative, cloud modernization, the Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability (JWCC) and more.

Key insights feature:

  • Gen. Eric Smith, Assistant Commandant, U.S. Marine Corps
  • Adm. Sam Paparo, Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet
  • Lt. Gen. Matthew Glavy, Deputy Commandant for Information, U.S. Marine Corps
  • Rear Adm. Christopher Bartz, Assistant Commandant for C4 & IT, Coast Guard
  • Aaron Weis, CIO, Department of the Navy
  • Julian Breyer, Chief Engineer, Thunderdome, DISA
  • Gillian Busick, Senior Cyber Strategist, DISA
  • Kayne Kreitzer, Customer Experience Lead, DISA Hosting and Compute Center (HaCC)
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