The Army's 'cyber center of gravity' is at Fort Gordon.
It's the home of the US Army Signal Corps, Cyber Corps, Cyber Protection Brigade, and the Cyber Center of Excellence. The Army headquarters beneath US Cyber Command, ARCYBER, is also in full-blown preparations to relocate here. So, if your product or service is cyber-related, Fort Gordon is where you want to be.
The Fort's 2019 Cyber and Technology Day provides an excellent opportunity for IT, cybersecurity, and tactical technology-oriented companies to network face-to-face with the Army's key IT, communications, and cybersecurity personnel.
All Fort Gordon staff – including some Navy, Air Force, Marines and multinational cyber forces that operate and train there – are invited. Most of the 100 expected attendees come from the Cyber Protection Brigade and Military Intelligence. Last year's attendees were a small but influential group. Job titles included:
With ARCYBER's relocation comes massive opportunity. Fort Gordon is currently expanding facilities and have diverse infrastructure needs that include a mass notification system, interior communications and information systems installation, secure- and non-secure network connections, and even fire protection and alarm systems. Plus, ARCYBER believes they cannot meet their objectives alone. They are dedicated to making industry partnerships to advance their work in cyberspace.
They'll be looking to meet with you. Make sure you're there.
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The SC Cyber Foundation , a 501(c)(3) non-profit that provides funding for cyber education in the Palmetto State.
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