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Join NineTwelve’s Michael Bilyeu and Shawana Johnson for the training session, Assured Architectures: Building Resilient and Reconfigurable Networks to Ensure Transport and Security of Critical Data in Space or a Digital Twin at the USGIF GEOINT Symposium, the nation’s largest annual gathering of geospatial intelligence professionals, May 21-24, in St. Louis. This year’s symposium theme, GEOINT: From Maps to Metaverse, reflects the evolution of the GEOINT discipline over the two decades since the first such gathering of the community in 2003, as well as the broad scope of sub-disciplines that GEOINT encompasses.
Assured Architectures: Building Resilient and Reconfigurable Networks to Ensure Transport and Security of Critical Data in Space or a Digital Twin
Date: Tuesday May 23rd, 2023
Time: 7:30 am – 8:30 am
In the modern battlespace, the ability to acquire and transmit data to support the processing, exploitation, and dissemination (PED) of information is vital to the enablement of Joint All-Domain Command and Control (JADC2). JADC2 provides a necessary evolution for the armed forces because it operationalizes all battlefield data while enabling more confident and rapid decision making by our nation’s warfighters. Our adversaries, however, are also aware of this and persistently look to engage in electronic warfare, disable forward operated assets, and/or intercept the data being transmitted freely utilizing whatever means and data available to them with constant attempts to disable forward deployed infrastructure.
The objective of this training is to demonstrate the multiple ways in which commercial dual use technologies are leveraged to extend your communications network to all disparate nodes or leverage them as a potential rerouted pathway. This training will demonstrate infrastructure builds and communications ecosystems with the resiliency of SATCOM backhaul, edge compute and processes through secure, self-healing networks where multiple commercial technologies are utilized. By taking this training the learner will observe how this challenge is addressed and moves beyond the current set of architectures and frameworks and transcends across use cases and applications with frameworks and technology that is interoperable among various systems regardless if your mission is humanitarian assistance disaster management secure architectures or a classified mission communicating with cybersecure differentiated communication backhauls to MARS.
Registration for this specific session is required in addition to general symposium registration.