Proudly Presenting: TechNet Tokyo 2017

dept-of-commerce-cmcl-svc-300AFCEA Tokyo (東京) is honored to announce our next annual conference, TechNet Tokyo 2017 – to be held at The New Sanno Hotel on Tuesday March 7 through Thursday March 9. We are pleased to have selected “Cooperation” as our theme to support, in part, the multi-stakeholder approach to cyber, communications, and security for the region, and the upcoming Tokyo Olympics in 2020. We also thought this theme was appropriate as we transition from a small Tokyo-based event to a more unified Far East vision for this TechNet event. The connotations behind “cooperation” as our theme are extremely important to us who care very deeply about the security in the Far East region. Without cooperation, security, communications, and interoperability would be almost non-existent, or exceedingly difficult to achieve.

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Since AFCEA is an organization with its roots in the Armed Forces, being a chapter operating overseas is an obvious demonstration of the cooperation needed between the US military in Japan and the local Japanese Self-Defense forces. Every day the two teams must work together as a single team to ensure the safety of Japan, train each other on better ways to accomplish mission requirements, and enjoy time with each other.

Additionally, both the US and Japanese armed forces rely on cooperation with industry to ensure each are leveraging the latest cyber security and information technology capabilities. Computing moves at speeds greater than any other industry in history, and requires cooperation between so many diverse technologies, vendors, and agencies to ensure the right systems are implemented to offer resilient services and to protect critical assets.

Finally, to unify the region into a major event held in Tokyo requires a myriad of cooperation among people in different countries, with different customers, and likely very different goals. We will be leveraging an untold amount of cooperation to pull off this event and turn it into our most successful TechNet ever.

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NOTICE: The New Sanno is a U.S. military complex, and requires an official government issued identification card with picture (ie. DoD CAC, DoD Dependent ID, DoD Retired ID, Passport, Alien Registration Card, etc. ) for entry.

Visitors from the Designated Country List in USFJ Instruction 31-204 (Attachment 1 on Page 7) require additional paperwork to gain access to The New Sanno. Please contact us if you are from one of the countries listed.

AFCEA TOKYO (東京) TECHNET TOKYO 2017 OUTLINE

  • Tue March 7: Vendor Training day and TechNet Tokyo 2017 Kick-Off Dinner
  • Wed March 8: TechNet Keynote speeches and panel discussions, followed by networking social
  • Thu March 9: TechNet Keynote speeches and panel discussions, followed by networking social

AFCEA Tokyo (東京) TechNet Tokyo 2017

If you are a vendor or sponsor, please visit our AFCEA Tokyo (東京) TechNet 2017 sponsorship opportunities page for details about our available packages.

Registration has launched!

AFCEA TOKYO (東京) TECHNET TOKYO 2017 REAL-TIME COMMUNICATIONS

This year we have lined up a number of ways to participate real-time with TechNet Tokyo 2017, whether you will be attending, or watching the events unfold from overseas. We will be live-tweeting TechNet to the maximum extent possible, so hop over to twitter and follow @afceatokyo. During the keynote and panel sessions we expect to live broadcast using Periscope, a neat smartphone app that makes live video simple, from our @afceatokyo Periscope account. Finally, if you want to chat with other participants, or the AFCEA Tokyo (東京) team, meet up with us on Tokyo Slack using either the web or smartphone versions of the app. Hope to see you there!

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NOTICE: The New Sanno is a U.S. military complex, and requires an official government issued identification card with picture (ie. DoD CAC, DoD Dependent ID, DoD Retired ID, Passport, Alien Registration Card, etc. ) for entry.

Visitors from the Designated Country List in USFJ Instruction 31-204 (Attachment 1 on Page 7) require additional paperwork to gain access to The New Sanno. Please contact us if you are from one of the countries listed.