JUST ANNOUNCED: Secretary Leon Panetta to open Dynamic Connections 2017
Join General Dynamics Mission Systems at Dynamic Connections 2017, an event where we’re bringing together our community of customers, partners and technology professionals to learn, connect and be inspired. This training and technical forum will provide attendees the insight and knowledge needed to successfully navigate the dynamic digital ecosystem.
Our deep dive tracks will explore the innovation and technologies, and advancements taking place in these areas critical to gaining confidence in the digital world.
Attendees can explore Dynamic Connections 2017 by:
Note to U.S. government attendees:
Effective January 1, 2017, the Office of Government Ethics (OGE)
CFR Part 2635, Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive
Branch; Amendment to the Standards Governing Solicitation and Acceptance of
Gifts from Outside Sources.
Attendance at this Dynamic Connections 2017 event is offered
without charge to U.S. Government attendees, industry partners and other
invitees. U.S. Government attendees are advised to seek guidance from your
Designated Agency Ethics Official (DAEO) as to whether your acceptance of free
attendance to this event is permitted under your agency’s widely attended
gathering (WAG) rule and obtain any determinations required by such rule or
other applicable regulations. General Dynamics Mission Systems has prepared
information on this event that will assist your DAEO in making this
determination, and this information is available upon request. Please contact
us at DynamicConnections@gd-ms.com
to make your request.
If the responsible DAEO determines that this event does not qualify as a WAG or you are unable to obtain a WAG determination prior to attending, you or your employer can
reimburse the sponsors of this event for the estimated aggregate fair market
value expended for each attendee by providing cash or a check at the event
registration table and a receipt will be provided upon request. The estimated
per person expenditure for this event is being finalized and will be available
by the end of February.
Encryption is both the first and last line of defense in the protection of the enterprise network. The Encryption Track provides insights into today’s state-of-the-art in network, media and platform encryption, and provides insights into the future of this critical cyber technology.
Protected access to voice, data and applications anywhere, anytime is needed today while maintaining the essential functionality of the device. The Secure Mobile Track explores customer needs, requirements and technology that meet the rapidly evolving demands of mobile operations and devices.
Advanced adversaries maintain capabilities which defeat current defensive solutions and approaches. The Unified Cyber Defense Track discusses how customers improve resistance against sophisticated insider and external threats.
Mission critical platforms are not reaching the deployed warfighter due to the complexity, cost and schedule of accreditation. The Platform Security Track examines how to reduce platform accreditation time and provide the critical security capabilities necessary to operate in today’s dynamic cyber domain.
The Electromagnetic Spectrum has become a highly contested environment for our country and our allies. The Integrated Cyber & EW Track studies the advances in “RF Convergence” (the integration of Cyber, Radios, SIGINT, EW and Radar) that offers a revolutionary approach using spectrum for assured communications and comprehensive battlespace awareness to dominate this new warfighting domain.
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - Thursday, April 13, 2017 7:00 AM - 11:00 AMCentral America Time
Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center2800 Opryland DriveNashville, Tennessee 37214
Dynamic Connections 2017