24th Air Force Commander Vautrinot is a Cyber 1.3 Featured Speaker
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.(Jan. 10, 2013) - Maj. Gen. Suzanne Vautrinot, USAF, commander, 24th Air Force, and commander, Air Force Network Operations, will discuss the global strategic implications that relate to the cyber domain at the Space Foundation national conference Cyber 1.3, to be held Monday, April 8, at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Cyber 1.3 is a full-day conference that takes place immediately before the official opening of the 29th National Space Symposium. The conference includes a networking breakfast, a luncheon and concludes with a networking reception, co-sponsored by General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems. Avionics Intelligence and Government Executive Media Group are Cyber 1.3 media co-sponsors.
Cyber 1.3 is for anyone with an interest in, or responsibilities related to, the cyber domain, whether government policymaker, industry executive or military cyber professional/practitioner at any level. The unique interagency and cross program approach to this year's cyber conference promises stimulating discussions and networking opportunities unmatched in our industry.
Cyber 1.3 features compelling speakers from industry and government, and will include such panel discussions as:
- Cyber Pearl Harbor: Who-What-How?
- Collateral Damage in Cyber Operations
- Hackivists, Anarchists, and Mobsters: Their Impact on Cyber and You
- Digital Natives and Their Solutions
- Humans Wanted? Humans Needed? The Future of Cyber
- Joint Cyber Operations with Friends and Allies
Assigned to Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, Vautrinot is responsible for the Air Force's component numbered air force providing combatant commanders with trained and ready cyber forces to plan and conduct cyberspace operations. Previously, she was special assistant, vice chief of staff of the Air Force; director of plans and policy, U.S. Cyber Command, Fort George G. Meade, Md.; and deputy commander, Joint Functional Component Command - Network Warfare, U.S. Strategic Command, Fort George G. Meade. Vautrinot earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, and a Master of Science degree from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.
Register now for Cyber 1.3 at www.nationalspacesymposium.org/register. The rate for active military/government personnel is $395 for the one-day conference; the standard industry rate is $495, which can be combined with Space Symposium registration for additional savings.
About the Space Foundation
The foremost advocate for all sectors of the space industry and an expert in all aspects of space, the Space Foundation is a global, nonprofit leader in space awareness activities, educational programs that bring space into the classroom and major industry events, including the National Space Symposium, all in support of its mission "to advance space-related endeavors to inspire, enable and propel humanity." The Space Foundation publishes The Space Report: The Authoritative Guide to Global Space Activity and provides three indexes that track daily U.S. stock market performance of the space industry. Through its Space Certification™ and Space Technology Hall of Fame® programs, the Space Foundation recognizes space-based technologies and innovations that have been adapted to improve life on Earth. The Space Foundation was founded in 1983 and is based in Colorado Springs, Colo. Its world headquarters features a public Visitors Center with two main areas - the El Pomar Space Gallery and the Northrop Grumman Science Center featuring Science On a Sphere®. The Space Foundation also conducts research and analysis and government affairs activities from its Washington, D.C., office and has a field office in Houston, Texas. For more information, visit www.SpaceFoundation.org. Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, and read about the latest space news and Space Foundation activities in Space Watch.
# # #