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Time Event
Tuesday, March 7, 2017: AFCEA Tokyo (東京) TechNet Training Day
07:00 Registration Desk Opens (Special Thanks to SoftBank)
08:00-09:00 Breakfast (Sponsored by US Department of Commerce)
08:30-09:20 G

Training Day Session 1A: Cisco: Making Pervasive Video a Reality by John Horne

With more robust networks in place videoconferencing is becoming a viable communications solution for organizations of all sizes. Users can now add video to an existing audio call with a single click. Whether you’re on an office phone or a smart phone the actual tool matters less than the impact videoconferencing can have on your organization’s productivity and performance. Access to any meeting with any device from anywhere is possible with cutting-edge collaboration technology.

Training Day Session 1B: Cyber Statecraft Roundtable Discussion by Dr. Pano Yannakogeorgos

The Air Force Cyber College’s roundtable brings together leaders and cyber experts to discuss national security and military operations in cyberspace at the strategic and doctrinal levels. Participants: 1) Focus on broad structural frameworks within which to confidently identify thresholds for response, 2) Build trusted relationships amongst stakeholders for new-style partnerships for national security in cyberspace, 3) Foster innovative private/public cooperative approaches for national security, 4) Identify emerging social and political trends influencing the future of cyberspace, and 5) Provide policy recommendations to inform on improvements in our ability to defend the nation.

Training consists of two sessions: 1B and 2B (08:30-10:20)

09:30-10:20 G

Training Day Session 2A: Dell EMC: Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Best Practices by Josh Toffler

Training Day Session 2B: Cyber Statecraft Roundtable Discussion (Continued from 1B) by Dr. Pano Yannakogeorgos

10:30-11:20 G

Training Day Session 3A: Cisco: Network Access Control, Visibility and Behavior Anomaly Detection for the DoD by Mark Nakakura

Your perimeter is well protected by your firewall, IPS, Email and Web Security solutions, but how do you secure access to your intranet and identify an anomalous behavior? You can’t protect what you can’t see. Understand how to protect access to your network and provide an automated threat response by using your network as a sensor.

Training Day Session 3B: TBD

11:30-12:20 G

Training Day Session 4A: McAfee: Intelligent Security Operations by Derek Watkins

Orchestrating effective security operations has proven to be a difficult task, even with a mature cyber security posture. The multitude of technologies, regular staff rotations and training deficiencies have all impacted an organization’s ability to identify and disrupt complex attacks. On top of that, staff must handle and leverage a variety of internal and external threat intelligence to help effectively detect, analyze, repair affected systems and adapt to future attacks. Talk about a challenge! In this session, we will discuss strategies you can use to shrink the problem down into a manageable model and demonstrate some technology that will help you do it.

Training Day Session 4B: TBD

12:30-13:20 G

Training Day Session 5A: Dell EMC: End Point Security Best Practices by Mark “Doc” Gaborik

Training Day Session 5B: TBD

13:30-14:20 G

Training Day Session 6A: McAfee

Training Day Session 6B: TBD

14:30-15:20 G

Training Day Session 7A: fmad engineering: Network Architecture for Packet Capture by Aaron Foo

Packet capture tools such as Wireshark or Tshark are great for analyzing local interface traffic, but how exactly do you capture packets on a network? There’s a range of approaches from Layer-1 optical TAPs to Smart SPAN protocols and everything in between. We dig into the various pros and cons of each approach using FMADIO 100% line rate 100G, 40G and 10G packet capture system.

Training Day Session 7B: TBD


Kick-Off Dinner and Opening Keynote

Improving US-Japan Cooperation on Cybersecurity

Dr. Linton Wells II, Former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and DoD Chief Information Officer; President and CEO, Global Resilience Strategies

Wednesday, March 8, 2017: AFCEA Tokyo (東京) TechNet Day 1
07:00 Registration Desk Opens (Special Thanks to SoftBank)
08:00 TechNet 2017 Emcee: TBD
08:00-09:00 Breakfast
09:00 Exhibits Open
09:00-10:00 G

Keynote #1

Future of Host-Based Security Solutions (HBSS)

Derek Watkins, Sales Engineer, Intel Security

10:30-11:30 G

Keynote #2

Train Like You Fight: Building High-Fidelity Realistic Training Environments

Robert Beveridge, CERT® Division, Carnegie Mellon University

12:00-13:00 G

Keynote #3 & Lunch (Sponsored by Iron Bow)

National Security Implications of the Fourth Industrial Revolution: Challenges for the U.S. and Japan

Dr. Linton Wells II, Former Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense and DoD Chief Information Officer; President and CEO, Global Resilience Strategies

13:30-15:00 JP

Keynote #4

US/JP Senior Leadership Roundtable: Coop Leading to Mission Success

15:30-16:30 JP

Keynote #5

JP NISC: JP Inter-Agency Cyber Workforce

16:45-18:00 Networking Social
Thursday, March 9, 2017: AFCEA Tokyo (東京) TechNet Day 2
07:00 Registration Desk Opens (Special Thanks to SoftBank)
08:00 TechNet Emcee: TBD
08:00-09:00 Breakfast
09:00 Exhibits Open
09:00-11:00 G

Panel #1

Dell EMC CTO Session

12:00-13:00 G

Keynote #6 & Lunch

Fireside Chat: Overcoming Global Cyber Security Challenges Through Better Cooperation

Mihoko Matsubara, CSO Japan, Palo Alto Networks

Scott Jarkoff, Senior Security Advisor, Intel Security

13:30-14:30 G

Keynote #7

Cyberwarfare: Forms and Norms of Conflict and Cooperation

Dr. Pano Yannakogeorgos, Dean, Cyber College, Air Force Research Institute

15:00-16:30 G

Panel #2

International Panel: International Coop

16:45-18:00 Networking Social
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