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Cyber Technology for National Security

MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA


You are invited to MIT Lincoln Laboratory's first annual Cyber Technology for National Security (CTNS) workshop on 3-4 December 2019.


  • Mr. Dana Deasy, Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense
  • Mr, Ronald W. Pontius, Deputy to the Commanding General, U.S. Army Cyber Command
  • Dr. Daniel J. Ragsdale, Assistant Director for Cyber in the Office of the Director of Defense Research and Engineering
  • Prof. Silvio Micali, Ford Professor of Engineering, MIT; Founder, Algorand; Turing Award Winner

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is hosting our first annual Cyber Technology for National Security (CTNS) workshop on Tuesday, 3 December and Wednesday, 4 December 2019. In past years, you may have attended our Cyber-Netcentric Workshop (CNW) in June. We have updated our workshop with an agenda that has a sharp focus on cyber technologies being applied to critical needs for national security.

CTNS is a forum for presentation and discussion of the latest research, prototyping, assessment, and operational uses of cyber technology in the interest of national security with a focus on military and national mission systems. We are planning a technology-focused program to include talks, demonstrations, and keynote addresses. Attendance at CTNS requires U.S. citizenship and a U.S. government security clearance.

For more details and registration information, please email [email protected].