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AFSPC Vice Commander Slated for Cyber 1.3 Luncheon

Lt. Gen. John E. Hyten, USAF, vice commander, Air Force Space Command, will be the featured speaker at the Space Foundation's Cyber 1.3 conference luncheon, to be held April 8 at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo. The luncheon is co-sponsored by General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems.

Cyber 1.3 is a full-day conference that takes place immediately preceding the official opening of the 29th National Space Symposium. Cyber 1.3 is for anyone with an interest in or responsibility for the cyber domain, whether government policymaker, industry executive or military cyber professional/practitioner at any level. 

About Hyten

As vice commander, Air Force Space Command, Peterson Air Force Base, Hyten assists the commander in organizing, equipping, training and maintaining mission-ready space and cyberspace forces and capabilities for North American Aerospace Defense Command, U.S. Strategic Command and the other functional and geographic combatant commands. The command comprises more than 42,000 space and cyberspace professionals assigned to 134 locations worldwide.

Hyten attended Harvard University on an Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps scholarship and graduated in 1981 with a bachelor's degree in engineering and applied sciences. He also earned a Master of Business Administration degree from Auburn University, Montgomery, Ala.

Register Now for Cyber 1.3

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.

Register securely online for Cyber 1.3 here

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