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US Cyber Command (Keynote): SE Region Cyber Security & Technology Symposium (Aug 24, Chapel Hill)

Major General Stephen G. Fogarty, Chief of Staff, 
US Cyber Command to provide keynote remarks
The Offices of United States Senator Richard Burr and United States Senator Thom Tillis, the North Carolina Defense Technology Transition Office (DEFTECH), the North Carolina Military Business Center, and the North Carolina Military Foundation are pleased to host the Southeast Region Cyber Security & Technology Symposium on August 24 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

WHEN.  August 24, 2017 from 0815-1630

WHERE.  University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
The Friday Conference Center
100 Friday Center Drive
Chapel Hill, North Carolina  27599

Major General Stephen G. Fogarty, Chief of Staff, US Cyber Command

Major General Stephen G. Fogarty, a native of Savannah, Georgia, was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in Military Intelligence (MI) in May 1983, after earning his Bachelor of Arts in History at North Georgia College. He also holds a Master of Science in Administration from Central Michigan University, and a Master in Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College. His military education includes Airborne School, the Military 
Intelligence Officer Basic and Advanced Courses, Ranger School, Jumpmaster Course, Combined Arms & Services Staff School, Long Range Surveillance Leaders Course, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College, and the U.S. Army War College.

MG Fogarty’s command tours include the Long Range Surveillance Detachment, 125th MI Battalion, 25th Infantry Division (Light); the 732nd MI Battalion; the 116th MI Brigade and National Security Agency-Georgia; the U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command; and, most recently, the U.S. Army Cyber Center of Excellence and Fort Gordon.

His Joint and Combined assignments include Chief, Integrated Survey Program, for the United States Special Operations Command; Director, Joint Intelligence Operations Center-Afghanistan; Director of Intelligence, J-2, United States Central Command; and Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence, CJ-2, for NATO’s International Security Assistance Force, Afghanistan. During his Joint and Combined assignments, he deployed to Afghanistan three times in support of OPERATION ENDURING FREEDOM.

His other Army assignments include S2, 2d Battalion, 327 Infantry Regiment, S-3, 311th MI Battalion, Chief, Plans and Exercises, Chief, Analysis and Control Element, and G-2 of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault); S-2, 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, to include OPERATION JUST CAUSE; S2, 2d Brigade and G2 
Operations Officer 25th Infantry Division (Light); and S-2, 75th Ranger Regiment.

His awards and decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal (2 awards), Defense Superior Service Medal (3 awards), Legion of Merit, Bronze Star Medal (2 awards), Defense Meritorious Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (5 awards), Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal (2 awards), Master Parachutist Badge (w/bronze star), Air Assault Badge, and the Ranger Tab.
Major General Fogarty has been married for the past 34 years to the former Sharon Zelasky of Atlanta, Georgia.
Who Should Attend & Why?
  • Industry, government, academe, students, and individuals who want to gain current information and future business opportunities surrounding cyber security threats, trends, research & development, public-private partnerships, and defense contractor cyber requirements.
Conference Objectives:
  • Connect federal & state government cyber entities with the North Carolina “Cyber Ecosystem” through an informative cyber security program consisting of the following and including ample time for question and answer to address attendee concerns. 
    1. Cyber Threats: Commercial and Government
    2. Cyber Operational Perspectives: Commercial & Government
    3. Cyber Challenges, Trends & Research Needs
    4. Cyber Public – Private Partnerships
  • Introduction to Defense Contractor Cyber Requirements (DFARS § 252.204-7012 and NIST Special Publication 800-17).
Background: The United States faces growing threats from malicious actors who seek to compromise critical business, National infrastructure, and Defense information residing on various networks. Potential economic losses and damage to National Security are staggering. Every day there are over 10 million cyber attacks worldwide with an estimated annual cost of $100 billion. Millions of Americans have had their identities compromised. Businesses have had IP and financial data taken.   Government networks have been targeted. Ransomware recently caused some health care organizations to stop providing services, and individuals continue to be “attacked” with viruses, phishing, and ransomware.   As a result, the Department of Defense has mandated as of 31 December 2017 that defense contractors meet certain cyber security requirements to do business with the government. (DFARS 252.204-7012)

To protect our networks and defeat these threats, today more than ever, Industry and the Government rely on Public-Private Cybersecurity Collaboration to share cyber threat information, enhance the overall security of networks, reduce damage to critical programs, and increase cyber situational awareness. Department of Defense has established a Defense Industrial Base Cybersecurity Program that allows participants to share unclassified and classified cyber threat information in near-real time and respond to adversary activity. Shared information includes mitigation measures and cybersecurity best practices.
This Southeast Region Cyber Security & Technology Symposium will provide commercial and government entities information about operational cyber perspectives, threats, needs, teaming and business opportunities.   All businesses with IT & Cyber security capabilities, all businesses engaged in the federal market, government agencies, and R&D entities should attend.

Einstein was asked what he would do if he had 60 minutes to save the world. He replied that he would spend 55 minutes understanding the problem and 5 minutes solving it.
DON’T be caught short!   Come get the information you need to protect yourself and make the right cyber security decisions!

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