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C4ISR AND BEYOND 2019:

Enhancing Critical Decision Making

January 30, 2019 | Ottawa, ON

SPEAKERS

RAdm Jeffery B. Zwick

Chief of Force Development

DND





Cmdre Christopher Earl


United States Army Field Artillery

US Army

Nicholas Scheurkogel


Col Nick P. Torrington-Smith


BGen Andrew R. Jayne


Stefan J. Galler

Col Richard Fawcett (Ret'd)


LCol Mike Moulton

Tactical C2IS Equipment
Management Team Leader

CAF

Director Air Traffic Management Networks

Frequentis

Director of Business Development,
Land and Joint Solutions

GDMS

Director General Maritime
Equipment Program Management

RCN

MGen William F. Seymour

Deputy Commander

CJOC





Keynote Speakers

LGen D. Michael Day (Ret'd)


Siegfried Usal


Col Roger Barrett (Ret'd)


LCol Ian Graham

Managing Director, cortAIx 

Thales Canada Inc.

Guy Vézina

Director General S&T Army 

Canadian Army

Marta Mulkins

Director General, Analytics Support Centre, Data Innovation & Analytics Branch

DND

Col Donald Potoczny

Director General Cyberspace

DND

Director Air Domain Development

RCAF

Director, Cyber Intelligence

Cytelligence

Business Modernization and
Technology Transformation Lead

Accenture

Directorate Land Requirements, C2,
Electronic Warfare and Simulation

Canadian Army

Maj James Lindsay

IT Security Risk Assessment Architecture
and Engineering Team Leader

DND

Strategic Adviser
MAG Global

Christopher Porter

Chief Intelligence Strategist, FireEye

MGen (Retired) Steve Noonan

Partner, CFN Consultants

Paul Vallée

CEO of Pythian

Mike Boyle

Chief Information Security Officer for 2Keys

Rene McIver

CSO at SecureKey Technologies Inc

David Bissessar

Chief Scientist, Identos

Patrick Searle

Director of Cyber Initiatives at the Council of Canadian Innovators

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

AGENDA

7:30 – 8:15

Registration, Breakfast & Networking


8:10 – 8:15
Welcome Speaker 



8:15 – 8:45

Opening Keynote




8:45 – 10:15

Panel 1 – Future Land C4ISR: Challenge or Opportunity?

Keeping up with the requirements of security and functionality requires deliberate and predictable investments. How can industry deliver on effects and requirements as opposed to meeting the technical specifications?

- Programmatic View

- Operational View

- Technical View










10:15 – 10:45
Networking Break




10:45 – 11:15

SCALABLE NETWORKS




11:15 – 12:15

Panel 2 – Identity and Information Assurance

Attribution and identity are important factors in cyber mission assurance. This panel focuses on the sharing of experiences, insights and ideas born in the digital tech sector of industry that are relevant to C4ISR in the CAF and DND. 












12:15 – 1:00

Lunch



1:00 – 1:30

Luncheon Keynote





1:30 – 2:30

Panel 3 – Embracing the Future: Integrating AI in Defence and Security

How will AI change how we conceive achieving an operational impact and what do we need to do to define those opportunities, acquire the capabilities and subsequently adjust our operational models to ensure we remain on the cutting edge of Defence and Security Operations.

















2:30 – 3:00

Networking break




3:00 – 4:00

Panel 4 – Cyber Mission Assurance

The exploitation of technologies within the cyber domain acts as a force multiplier when prosecuting intelligence-fed, JIMP-collaborated, command-driven, and network-enabled military activities. Yet the reliance on these technologies exposes military force elements and supporting systems to increasingly insidious cyber threats. Owing to the complexity, obscurity, and pervasiveness of these threats, the DND and CAF require a comprehensive approach for managing the risks of cyber threats and executing response activities holistically across all relevant functional areas in order to assure success in all eight core missions for the CAF. Thus, DND is establishing a coherent and enduring functional program that will identify, assess, and mitigate cyber-associated threats through a comprehensive risk management framework with a view to enabling the CAF to successfully accomplish its assigned missions despite operating in cyber-contested environments.





4:00 – 4:05

Closing  



4:05 – 5:00

Reception








Speaker:

MGen William Seymour - Deputy Commander, CJOC



Moderator:

Roger Barrett - Business Transformation Leader, Accenture


Panelists:

Col Richard Fawcett (Ret'd) - Director of Business Development, Land and Joint Solutions, General Dynamics Mission Systems - Canada


LCol Ian Graham - Directorate Land Requirements, C2, Electronic Warfare and Simulation, Canadian Army


LCol Mike Moulton Tactical C2IS Equipment Management Team Leader, Canadian Armed Forces








Speaker:

Stefan J. Galler - Director Air Traffic Management Networks, Frequentis



Moderator:

Patrick Searle - Director of Cyber Initiatives at the Council of Canadian Innovators


Panelists:

Mike Boyle - VP of Cybersecurity at 2Keys.

 

Paul Vallee - CEO of Pythian


Rene McIver - CSO, SecureKey Technologies Inc


David Bissessar - Chief Scientist, Identos









Speaker: 

RAdm Jeffery .B. Zwick - Chief of Force Development, DND



Moderator:

LGen Michael Day, (Ret'd) - Strategic Adviser

MAG Global


Panelists:

Siegfried Usal - Managing Director, cortAIx, Thales Canada


Maj James Lindsay - IT Security Risk Assessment Architecture 

and Engineering Team Leader, DND


Cmdre Marta Mulkins - Director General, Analytics Support Centre, Data, Innovation & Analytics Branch, DND


Guy Vezina - Director General S&T Army, Canadian Army


Christopher Porter - Chief Intelligence Strategist, FireEye






Moderator:

Nicholas Scheurkogel - Director, Cyber Intelligence, Cytelligence


Panelists:

Cmdre Christopher Earl - Director General Maritime Equipment Program Management, RCN


BGen Andrew R. Jayne - Director General Cyberspace, DND


Col Nick P. Torrington-Smith - Director Air Domain Development, RCAF


Col Don Potoczny - CJOC Deputy Chief of Staff, Joint Operational Effects, US Army









What is C4ISR and Beyond all about?

C4ISR and Beyond is a one day conference that brings together stakeholders from industry, military and government to discuss lessons learned, share technological advancement and its impact within the industry.


The purpose of this event is to create a DIALOGUE between key suppliers in critical C4ISR posts and DND in a panel environment that provides meaningful instruction and information to DND on a variety of technologies, highlighting capabilities that can fit future needs.

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Executives in government, military and industry:

  • Program Managers
  • Project Managers
  • System Integrators
  • Requirements Teams
  • Strategic Planners
  • Global Supply Chain
  • Research and Development
  • Development and preparation of Submission Materials
  • General Management

Who should attend?

Why should you attend?

  • Learn about new emerging technologies and capabilities that can help solve challenges of interoperability.
  • Hear from military personnel on what Canada is looking to invest in better support and enhance its C4ISR systems.
  • Understand how C4ISR is being used as a valuable tool to protect civilians.
  • Hear about unique and innovative C4ISR technology solutions that can make defence and security operations more effective, mobile and independent. 
  • Networking opportunity.

C4ISR AND BEYOND 2018 RECAP

This event will be held at Fairmont Château Laurier in Ottawa.

WHERE IS IT?

Fairmont Château Laurier

1 Rideau St, Ottawa,
ON K1N 8S7

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