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7th Cybersecurity Workshop: Solutions to Cybersecurity T&E Challenges

Hosted by the ITEA Emerald Coast Chapter

** If you have already registered for the Cybersecurity workshop you should have already received a link to access the Virtual Platform. If you have not please contact info@itea.org. That link will allow you to set up your virtual account and enter the event. You will be able to enter the event at 9:30am Central Time.

Below are some important tips to ensure you have the best conference experience possible. There are also links to a quick overview video of how to navigate the virtual conference as well as FAQ. If you have any questions please email Lena@itea.org

  • The conference will be held in Central Time.
  • Most important tip! Use Google Chrome. The platform works best with this browser.
  • Make sure to allow permissions to your microphone and camera so you can video chat with other attendees.
  • If your screen is blank or a video does not load, refresh the page. (Windows: Ctrl + F5 or Mac: Command + Shift+R)
  • When you first login to the system with your email it will prompt you to create a password. IF you forget your password you can reset it. If you don’t see the reset option, enter any digit in the password field and hit enter. You will then see a reset password link. A 6 digit code will be sent to your email.
  • If you would like to see the video in full screen, click the hollow square found on the bottom right hand corner of the video.
  • During the networking session be sure to allow access to your microphone and camera. You will have 8 minutes to video chat with another attendee/sponsor/exhibitor. After 8 minutes you will be connected with the next attendee. Make sure to exchange contact info to setup future meetings!
  • Turn on your notification sound and popups so you can see when you receive a message. Turn this feature on via the gear icon in the chat window

Virtual Conference Platform Overview

Virtual Events FAQ

How to Video Chat with another attendee

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Why Attend the Virtual Workshop?


Watch Live – Watch presentations, keynotes and panel discussions from top industry thought-leaders all day, every day!


Discuss
– Comment and question in real time. Spark conversations with your fellow attendees. 


Question – Get in-depth answers in real-time in our live Q&A sessions in each presentation and panel!


On-Demand
– Missed a session? Catch-up in your own time! Included in the cost of registration is access to all “on-demand” content up until 31 Dec.


Networking
– Connect with your fellow attendees and potential customers!  You will be able to message, schedule meetings and video chat.


Virtual Exhibition
– Search through exhibitors from your own desk and find the latest services and technology solutions for your company.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

Cyberspace is one of the most critical domains in maintaining our nation’s superiority. However, the 2018 General Accounting Office (GAO) report on “Weapon Systems Cybersecurity” states, by using basic tools and techniques, testers were able to take control of major weapon systems under development with ease and operate largely undetected. Challenges of weapon systems cybersecurity include complex and intense software in systems, common tactical networks, lack of test infrastructure and tools, lack of test assets and cyber T&E workforce, data rights issues and many more. This workshop will focus on solutions and approaches to overcome these challenges with special emphasis on the Weapon Systems. Our goal is to share practical knowledge and information to rapidly enhance the Weapon Systems Cybersecurity posture.

Please join us as members of the T&E community from academia, industry, and government discuss the evolving discipline of Cybersecurity T&E. Come share your thoughts, connect with others, and learn from some of the leading experts at this Workshop.

Abstract Submission Form
Abstracts will be accepted on a “Space Available” basis through September 30th

CALL FOR TUTORIALS, TECHNICAL PRESENTATIONS, AND POSTER PAPERS

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM
Abstracts will be accepted on a “Space Available” basis through September 30

Sessions will be unclassified and open to the general T&E community, however, restricted sessions (up to FOUO) may be made available. Abstracts will be reviewed for a presentation during a conference session or as a poster paper. Presentations will be published in proceedings and made available to all attendees.

Abstracts should be non-commercial in scope, pertinent to conference topic, no longer than 500 words, and releasable to the general public. Visit the ITEA website for the Abstract submission form that must be submitted to cyber@itea.org.

TOPICS FOR CONSIDERATION

  • Avionics Cyber Tools
  • Big Data and Cloud Cyber Testing
  • Cloud Environments/Cybersecurity Operations in the Cloud
  • Cyber and Artificial Intelligence
  • Cyber and EW Convergence
  • Cyber T&E Methodologies
  • Cyber T&E Ranges
  • Cyber Testing in LVC
  • Cybersecurity and Acquisition
  • ICS / SCADA
  • LRU Virtualization
  • Microelectronics Security
  • Quantum Computing
  • Software Testing and Assurance
  • Supply Chain
  • Tactical Edge Network Cyber T&E
  • Workforce Development

PRE-WORKSHOP TUTORIALS (Separate Registration Required)

 The pre-workshop tutorials will be held on Monday, 16 November. Each of the 4-hour Pre-Workshop Tutorials provide 4 contact hours of instruction (4 CEUs) that are directly applicable to your professional development program, including the Certified Test and Evaluation Professional Credential (CTEP). A certificate of completion will be provided upon request.  

The ITEA leadership authorized special fees to accommodate those in the T&E community that may be experiencing a financial burden. No travel expenses incurred and a one-time discounted rate is our way of keeping education key during these unprecedented times.

The fee to attend a 4-hour tutorial is $200. If you would like to take a second course, your fee then becomes $300 for both classes . Upon registration, use the discount code “TWO-Tutorials” at checkout. 

ITEA also has a Special Group Rate Registration of $100 per class (for three or more employees). We welcome you to take advantage of this limited time offer. This Group Rate Registration will be paid by one source – credit card, check, or invoice for purchase order. 

Group Registration Form

Tutorial Descriptions

After you register you will receive a confirmation email a few days before with instructions on how to access the live tutorial on the GoTo Webinar platform. If you have any difficulties, please contact Lena Moran at Lena@itea.org

How to use GoToWebinar?

List of Courses

Cyber Table Top (CTT) Workshop For Participants & Facilitators
Instructor: Vincent Lamolinara, Defense Acquisition University

Cyber Security Assessment of MIL-STD-1553
Instructor: Adam McCorkle, Georgia Tech Research Institute

Air Force’s New MBCRA (Mission Based Cyber Risk Assessment) and Integrated Engineering Approach
Instructor: Kevin McGowan, 47CTS/OL-A (COLSA)

Introduction to Cybersecurity Test and Evaluation
Instructors: Pete Christensen, American Systems and Jean Petty, The MITRE Corporation

TENA and JMETC Solutions for Cyber Test and Training
Instructor: Gene Hudgins, KBR

PLENARY SPEAKERS

Maj. Gen. Christopher P. Azzano

Commander,
Air Force Test Center (AFTC)

Brigadier General Evan C. Dertien

Director,
Air, Space and Cyberspace Operations, Headquarters Air Force Materiel Command

Brigadier General Scott Cain

Commander
96 Test Wing

Colonel Michael Dooley

Commander
96 Cyber Test Group

 

Amy Henninger, PhD, CEH, CISSP, CMSP

Senior Advisor for Software and Cybersecurity
Office of the Director
Operational Test & Evaluation (DOT&E)

Chip Ferguson

Deputy Cyber Test Range Executive Agent
Test Resource Management Center (TRMC)

 

George Rumford

Principal Deputy Director
Test Resource Management Center (TRMC)

 

 

Sarah Standard

Cybersecurity/Interoperability Technical Director
OUSD R&E, DDTE&A

 

 

 

CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEUs)

Each of the 4-hour Pre-Workshop Tutorials provide 4 contact hours of instruction (4 CEUs) that are directly applicable to your professional development program, including the Certified Test and Evaluation Professional Credential (CTEP).

In addition to the Pre-Workshop Tutorials, the Workshop provides 4 contact hours of instruction (4 CEUs) for each half-day, 8 contact hours of instruction (8 CEUs) for each full-day, or 20 contact hours of instruction (20 CEUs) for attending the full Workshop, that are directly applicable to your professional development program, including the Certified Test and Evaluation Professional Credential (CTEP).

REGISTRATION

Online Registration

ITEA is very excited to be able to offer these reduced rates. Included in the cost of registration is access to all “on-demand” content up until December 31st. 

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Regular Registration 
$400 – Non-Member*
$300 – ITEA Member 

Full-Time Government Employee or Active Duty
$300 – ITEA Member *

Full-Time Student
$25 – ITEA Member / Non-Member

Plenary Panelist or Track Session Presenter – $200 

Track Chair or Second Tutorial Instructor – $100

*Regular Registration rate includes one-year membership to ITEA.


New T&E Professional (less than 5 years of T&E experience) VERIFICATION REQUIRED – Includes a one-year ITEA membership for Non-ITEA Member.


SUBSTITUTION AND CANCELLATION POLICY: Substitutions are permitted. Refunds are not available within two (2) days prior to the start of the event. Requests for cancellation submitted after 2 days prior to the event will be subject to a 50% cancellation fee. 

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SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION

ITEA is a 501(c)(3) professional education association dedicated to the education and advancement of the test and evaluation profession. Registration fees, membership dues, and sponsorships are tax deductible.

Your sponsorship dollars help defer the cost of the Symposium and support the ITEA scholarship fund, which assists deserving students in their pursuit of academic disciplines related to the test and evaluation profession. Sponsorship and related benefits will become effective on receipt of payment.

NOTE:  This ITEA event is a non-competitive environment meant for a free exchange of ideas and information. 

Cyber Virtual Sponsorship

EXHIBITS INFORMATION

Don’t miss the chance to get your message out to over 300 attendees who will gather for the first-ever VIRTUAL Cybersecurity Workshop. Contact Lena@itea.org for more information.

Cyber Virtual Exhibit Application

Exhibitor Overview Video

Booth Includes:

  • Live Stream: Have a live video chat with attendees real-time. Use your own zoom meeting link or purchase one for additional cost.
  • Promo Video URL: Share a pre-recorded video with attendees visiting your booth.
  • Company Description: Add a description of your company/organization.
  • Offer Link: In the Offer area, add a special deal, discount, or reward for booth visitors.
  • Products: Add pictures of products with description.
  • Social Links: Include links to your social media so that interested attendees can stay up to date with your organization.
  • Upload Documents: Provide any resources for attendees visiting your booth to view & download. 
  • Chat: Chat in your booth or send a request for a private chat. All chat information will be available until December 31st.
  • Booth price includes medium size booth and 2 representatives per booth.

WORKSHOP COMMITTEE - Cyber@itea.org

Workshop Chair – Min Kim, 96th Cyberspace Test Group

Technical Program Co-Chairs
– Bob Baggerman, ATAC
– Scott Thompson, EWA
– Jennifer Sen, Jacobs
– Shelby Pearce, Jacobs
– Joshua Turnier, Reliance Test & Technology
– John Rafferty, 16 EWS/B2 Branch
– Kate Snow, 780 TS

Tutorial Chair – Gene Hudgins, KBR

Exhibit and Sponsor Chair – Steven Schrader, GSEC, CISSP, C|EH, C|NDA, DAF, 605th Test & Evaluation Sq

Event Details

Date

17 - 19 Nov 2020

Venue

Virtual

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