On behalf of the military/industrial community and the city of Colorado Springs, I thank all the volunteers, sponsors, speakers, exhibitors, and attendees of AFCEA CYBERSPACE Symposium 2014. Thanks to your support we achieved our goals!
We provided a national forum for industry and government to discuss the challenges of Cyberspace and national defense
We strengthened the Cyber industry in Colorado and in the city of Colorado Springs
We raised money for wounded warriors through the Homefront Cares, helping Colorado families cope with disability resulting from service to our nation
We invested in future leaders, hosting college students and raising money for STEM education, adding to the chapter's legacy of providing over $1M in financial assistance to Colorado students and teachers
We kept the Symposium thriving despite another year of austerity in government budgets and contracts
Please SAVE THE DATE for AFCEA CYBERSPACE Symposium 2015, to be chaired by my good friend and colleague, Kris Beasley, Feb 3-5 2015.
- Frederick W. Mooney
AFCEA CYBERSPACE Symposium 2014
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) Provided by Attending
For those of you looking to gain more CEUs for your certifications, whether CISSP, Security+, PMP, A+, etc., this conference will certify your attendance via your registration. For attending this conference, you will receive 18 credit hours towards your particular certification. If you have any questions, please contact Maj Andy Heo at email@example.com.
About AFCEA and the Rocky Mountain Chapter. The AFCEA Rocky Mountain Chapter (RMC) is part of AFCEA International: http://www.afcea.org/about/. AFCEA is a non-profit organization serving its members by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information, and dedicated to increasing knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities. AFCEA runs symposiums, exhibits, and conferences around the world. AFCEA also raises money for education. The AFCEA RMC has provided $1M in scholarships to military veterans, ROTC students, and STEM (Science/Technology/Engineering/Math) students in Colorado.