Protecting Critical Communication and Collaboration in Highly Contested Environments

Originally Aired on Thursday, January 14

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Protecting digital communication and collaboration is critical to our military and intelligence services in driving mission success. Our ability to secure the local and remote systems we rely on to share and operationalize intelligence to and from even the most remote location is vital to our national security and protecting our people in the field.

Unfortunately, our adversaries know this and are dedicated to infiltrating, exfiltrating, and disrupting this flow of information. They are highly motivated, well-funded, trained, and equipped, and work relentlessly to find exploitable technical or human vulnerabilities.

SpiderOak Mission Systems is pleased to invite you to this timely and relevant panel discussion where former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Dr. James Miller, retired Admiral James A. “Sandy” Winnefeld, Jr., and retired US Army Lieutenant General Ken Tovo, will discuss the looming threats to mission communication and collaboration systems, the consequences of failure, and strategies and best practices moving forward to ensure the security of information exchanged over any network.


Admiral James A. “Sandy” Winnefeld, Jr.

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US Army Lieutenant General Ken Tovo

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Dr. James N. Miller
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Bob Ackerman
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