AFCEA UK Southern Chapter Event.
The next AFCEA UK Southern Chapter event is taking place at the Bombay Sapphire Distillery on Wednesday 25 May. The distillery is in Laverstoke, between Whitchurch and Overton in North Hampshire. The speakers for the event will be Amanda Shakir from DSTL and Robin Fisk from NEXOR. They will be talking about the Single Information Environment research project and other projects within the DSTL information and intelligence portfolio.
Complimentary welcome drinks will be served from 6pm in the iconic glasshouses, before we proceed inside at 6.30pm to hear the keynote speakers followed by a Q&A session.
A further complimentary drink will be served as we then proceed into the Mill Bar for a buffet supper alongside a cash bar. During the evening, Bombay Sapphire are also offering a 15-minute gin ‘mini-Masterclass’ to those who wish to discover more about the art of mixing gin cocktails. For anyone who doesn’t wish to take part in the ‘mini-Masterclass,’ there is an opportunity to deduct £10 off your ticket price.
To encourage new attendees, we are also offering a £10 discount to those who have never attended an AFCEA South event previously. Please pass on details of the event to colleagues who may never have heard of AFCEA South and encourage them to come along at a discounted price!
For further details and booking / payment instructions, please see the document below. A copy can be downloaded here.20220525 AFCEA South Calling Notice
AFCEA London Chapter – Face-to-Face Meeting.
The AFCEA London Chapter ‘Emerging Leaders/Young AFCEA’ sub-committee have organised a fantastic event at RAF High Wycombe, on 7 June 2022. Our previous event originally scheduled for March 2019 was cancelled due to COVID, but we’re back again with a fantastic event.
This is a great taster for RAF life and gives you a real appreciation for RAF Digital and other technical elements of the RAF. Please see the attached ‘Poster’ for more information.
- Come to RAF High Wycombe and learn from our 2 Star Chief Digital Information Officer on his strategy for the RAF going forward.
- Personnel from 591 Signals Unit from RAF Digby will be doing a demonstration on Cyber Threat Awareness and Defensive Monitoring in Cyber.
- The Station Commander will come to talk and give an introduction to RAF life.
- You will get to visit ‘Bomber’ Harris’ Office that he used in World War 2, and the tunnels he and others used to get around the camp during the war.
- You will get a brief from a Cyberspace Professional, who works within Space Command, to give you a brief of the unit and his role in RAF Space domain.
- You will learn from people who work in RAF Digital about their roles and different pathways for your opposite numbers in the military.
Finally, we will be heading to the Station’s beautiful Officers’ Mess for a networking session, with drinks provided. A great opportunity to expand your network into different industries and businesses – including the military.
The cost for the event will be £30 per person and places are limited to a maximum of 30 attendees.
We hope to see as many of you there as possible, but in fairness to all, we can’t take more than 10 people from any one organisation. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, so please act quickly to avoid disappointment.
For further details and booking instructions, please see the document below. A copy can be downloaded here.AFCEA London – RAF Cyber Day – Air Command – 7 June 2022
AFCEA UK West Chapter – Face-to-Face Meeting.
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AFCEA London Chapter – TriCyCIS 2022 Conference & Dinner
This year, our theme will be Accelerating Into The Information Age – Innovation, Integration, Implementation
It is three years on from our last TriCyCIS Conference and we are now bombarded with things like Integrated Review, Integrated Operating Concept and Multi-Domain Integration. TriCyCIS 2022 will probe some of the challenges in implementing these things in the realms of Cyber and CIS – what is speculative, what is achievable, how we might do it (and what benefits it will bring!).
Further details and links to a new dedicated event microsite will follow shortly.
Delegate bookings for this event, or individual seats for the dinner, are now open.
For corporate enquiries about exhibitor space, or tables at the dinner, please use the email link above.