Comms on the move: Army updates on WIN-T

Featuring: COL Gregory Coile Product Manager Warfighter Information Network-Tactical The Army is transforming as a force to take on today’s threat landscape, requiring expeditionary teams and communications that can deploy on the fly and hit the ground running – and connecting.

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Satcom for Secure Voice, Video and Data on the Battlefield

Featuring LTC Mark Henderson, Product Manager, WIN-T Increment 1, Army PEO C3T The Army's Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) provides seamless, assured communications for soldiers via satellite communications, with its Increment 1 program establishing a satellite-based network backbone for the full range of data, voice and video communications to battalion and above echelons.

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Simple Steps and Guidance to Secure Classified Networks

Featuring: Patty Larsen, Steve Gottwals If you missed this live webinar, you don’t want to miss the opportunity to view Patty Larsen, Co-Director of the National Insider Threat Task Force, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, strategies and insights on how to build an effective insider threat protection program.

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Insider threats and protection of military networks

Featuring: Daniel Bradford, John Landwehr NETCOM discusses how they are addressing insider threats from behavioral to physical to technical. NETCOM leadership lays out the use of continuous monitoring and big data analytics to mitigate impacts of cyber-attacks.

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How the Military uses Cyber Security to Bring Total Visibility to Networks

Featuring: Roger Greenwell, Mark Orndorff The military has a variety of serious cyber security challenges that it is attempting to address with the single security architecture and joint regional security stacks outlined within the Joint Information Environment (JIE).

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Cyber Strategies to Defend Military Networks and Mission Command Capabilities

Featuring COL David Isaacson, Deputy Commander, Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM). In this C4ISR & Networks webcast, COL David Isaacson, Deputy Commander, Army Network Enterprise Technology Command (NETCOM) discusses measures to strengthen authentication and security to prevent malicious actions that occur from internal and external threats.

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DoD Virtualization: Creating visibility for the next-generation network

Featuring Thomas Sasala, Chief Technology Officer U.S. Army Information Technology Agency (ITA). Let us help you sort through the buzz, hype and real productivity and opportunity that surrounds IT virtualization in DoD and government.

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Collection and Dissemination of Mobile Data for Disadvantaged Troops

Don't miss this on-demand webcast! Featuring: Dr. Joseph Fontanella, Director, U.S. Army Geospatial Center Let us help you sort through the buzz, hype and real productivity and opportunity around mobile access to tactical data!

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WIN-T & the Army's Transformation of Tactical Networks

Featuring: COL Ed Swanson, Project Manager, Warfighter Information Network-Tactical (WIN-T) U.S. Army PEO Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T). Hear directly from the PM with responsibility for the Army's tactical communications network that provides warfighters with voice, video and data in tactical environments.

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Connecting the Tactical Edge: Mission Command Update

Mission command is the heartbeat of military operations: It’s directing capabilities, maintaining situational awareness and providing critical information for fast-paced decision-making – and more. Whether it’s the ability to better track forces, both enemy and friendly, or to accurately maneuver and execute fires, mission command is at the crux of every move troops make in the theater. And the tempo is constantly evolving.

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DoD Faces Risk: Implementing the Risk Management Framework

In March 2014 the Defense Department’s then-CIO Teri Takai changed the face of IT security across the military when she called for the transition from the DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process, or DIACAP, to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Risk Management Framework, or RMF. The transition to RMF, now underway and slated for completion by mid-2018, marks a sweeping cultural shift in the department’s approach to IT security.

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Tackling Contested Environments

Featuring Col. Jim Jenkins and Col. Greg Breazile, this webcast, our panel of experts will discuss top challenges in military radio communications, potential solutions the Marine Corps may be considering, and how leaders are working to prepare tactical forces for the evolution of modern warfare.

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