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National Security Workshop

National Security is the protection of a sovereign state’s citizens (USA), economy, and institutions from various threats, including military attacks, terrorism, cyber-attacks, natural disasters, and more. It is the responsibility of the U.S. government to ensure national security by taking measures such as political, economic, and military power, as well as diplomacy.


National security is a complex concept that has evolved over time to include non-military dimensions such as economic security, environmental security, and food security. The definition of national security remains ambiguous, but it can be best defined as a nation’s possession of control of its sovereignty and destiny.


Facilitator (TBA)

Workshop Description

MCWE 2024 National Security (Cyber Technology) workshop is a forum for presenting and discussing the latest research, prototyping, assessment, and operational uses of cyber technology in the interest of national security, with a focus on military and national mission systems. The workshop brings together government technology developers, industry partners, and system integrators to explore the latest challenges and opportunities in the evolving cyber landscape. The event could include presentations on cutting-edge technologies being developed to improve cyber resilience and survivability. The workshop also features facilitators from the Military who share their diverse experiences leading cyber, intelligence, or technology efforts for the U.S. government.

Format: In-Person & Virtual

90 Minutes

April 15, 2024

1pm - 2:30 pm

Free Workshop

2461 Eisenhower Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia 22331

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