Location: Rooms A – D

Topic Summary: As the Department of Defense continues its development of the Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2) construct, industry has a vital role in providing capabilities to deliver success in a peer-to-peer conflict. The proliferation of cyber warfare and the relatively inexpensive entry cost, dictates the Department must rely on industry partners to combat this unfettered growth area.  Concepts like zero-trust, identity management and “as-a-Service” are key to creating and sustaining this approach.  Industry leads the development in these and many other enabling technologies that are so critical to the success of JADC2. 
SPEAKER SHORT BIO

Speaker Short Bio: Mr. Cary Amburn is a Senior Director at GDIT, where he leads development of opportunities enabling GDIT to continue to deliver mission impactful services to the Department of the Air Force.  He comes to General Dynamics Information Technology after a 30-year career in the U.S. Air Force where he served as a Communications and Cyberspace Operations Officer.  He served in many roles from base-level to Headquarters, culminating as Director, Cyberspace and Information Directorate at Headquarters Air Combat Command. 

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