Senior Military Leaders Convene In Virginia To Discuss Net-Centric Operations Tactics To Assist US Troops, December 1-3

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Worldwide Business Research today unveiled the agenda for its 3rd Annual Defense Network Centric Operations Training Summit, to be held this December 1-3 in Arlington, VA.

The Defense Network Centric Operations Conference (DNCO) has become the definitive conference for military and government officials to network, and discuss the strategies needed to give the war fighter tactical advantage through NCO technologies. This year's theme, of securing appropriate information sharing, will focus on the strategies that leading defense officials are employing to leverage commercial interoperability and ensure network protection.This year's DNCO summit will leverage WBR's leading defense research and offer compelling insights and case studies from government and military officials, including:

Tony Sager, Chief of Vulnerability Analysis and Operations Group, National Security Agency
Brigadier General Mark Bowman, Director Command, Control, Communications, and Computer (J6), US Central Command, US Army
Vice Admiral Nancy Elizabeth Brown, Director C4 (J6), Joint Staff
Lieutenant General David A. Deptula, Deputy Chief of Staff for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance, US Air Force
Timothy Harp, Deputy Secretary Assistant of Defense, C3ISR & IT Acquisition
Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Networks and Information Integration/DoD Chief Information Officer
Rear Admiral William Leigher, Director, Information Operations (N3IO)/DDNI for Cryptology (N2C), US Navy

DNCO has partnered with leading publications and associations to provide a meeting place for the most innovative and forward thinking leaders in net-centric ops for both military and industry personnel that are focused on: Information Assurance, Interoperability, Network Security, Information Integration, Research and Development, C2, C2ISR, C3, C4, C4ISR, Information Analysis, Network Technology and Geospatial Solutions. Past summit participants have been eager to express their satisfaction of the timeliness and effectiveness of the presentations ensuring a gathering where leaders are able to assess where tomorrow's technologies can be leveraged to give the war fighter tactical advantage.

Key topics on this year's agenda include:

  •     Evolving NCO policies
  •     C4ISR
  •     Information Assurance
  •     Network Security
  •     Spectrum Management
  •     Interoperability
  •     Future NCO Technologies

For registration and Summit information, visit: http://www.dnco2008.com or call 1.888.482.6012.

About Worldwide Business Research

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Every year over 10,000 senior executives from Fortune 1000 companies attend over 60 annual conferences - a true 'who's who' of today's corporate world. From Automotive events in Bucharest to Logistics conferences in Arizona and Finance summits in Hong Kong, WBR is dedicated to exceeding the needs of its customers around the world.

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