Interviews

A Conversation with the U.S. State Department's Director of Enterprise Network Management

A Conversation with the U.S. State Department's Director of Enterprise Network Management

We spoke with Mr. Gerald Caron, Director of Enterprise Network Management for the Department of State, to learn more about:

  • Mr. Caron's role at the Department
  • An outlook on network protection challenges
  • A five year outlook on the future of DoS networks
  • How to best protect networks from hackers
  • And much more!

Mr. Caron will be speaking at the upcoming Network Modernization Summit.

Software defining networking for the next generation

Software defining networking for the next generation

Mr. Richard Carlson, Program Manager LSN/MAGIC at the Department of Energy, speaks about the Department of Energy concerning the next generation of networks, projects that the Office of Science is currently involved in, the benefits of incorporating software defining networking into next gen networks, and distributed computing environments, and how the workflows that use them behave.

Joining Networks: Joint and Coalition Tactics in Cyber Warfare

Joining Networks: Joint and Coalition Tactics in Cyber Warfare

In this interview, Lt. Col. Patrick King, Assistant Director of Operations, Electronic Warfare, United States Air Force shares his tips for achieving necessary cyber defense tactics between joint and coalition networks as well as his best practices for establishing the security of a tactical network.

Mission Command Center of Excellence  Near, Mid & Far-Term Goals

Mission Command Center of Excellence Near, Mid & Far-Term Goals

In the following interview Jeffrey R. Witsken, Director, Mission Command Network Integration Mission Command Center of Excellence, U.S. Army discusses near, mid and far term goals of the Mission Command Center of Excellence as it relates to network modernization, the future of network modernization as it relates to the military within 2-5 years, technologies that will make modern command posts more agile for commanders, and where he sees the most development or acquisition happening in terms of technology.