Dec
3 - 4

Cyber Technology for National Security

MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Lexington, MA

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!

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

Keynotes:

  • 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].