TechNet Europe Lisbon 2020
 
FOREWORD
Event organised by AFCEA Europe in cooperation with the AFCEA Portugal Chapter and
held under the patronage of the Minister of Defence, Portugal.
 
 
Challenging Times for National Security –
Technologies for Better Cyber Defence, Sustainable Workforce and Battlefield Resilience
 

>> Session Overview available & Call for Papers now open << 

 
At AFCEA Europe’s flagship annual event, actual needs, developments and solutions are discussed in the area of military C4ISR (Command, Control, Communications, Computing, Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance), and governmental Cyber Security and Defence from a European and transatlantic perspective.
This unclassified conference brings together each year more than two hundred high-ranking experts and representatives from national and international defence and security organizations, from NATO as well as the EU, a range of knowledge institutions and many industry representatives. Traditionally, the Minister of Defence of the host nation takes patronage of the event and usually opens the conference, giving the most important keynote speech.
 
In the vast field of emerging technologies and constant challenges in C4/C5ISR some of today’s most pressing issues for Portugal, Europe, and the transatlantic relationship could be addressed (amongst others) during this two-day conference in keynotes and panel discussions:
 
- Newest challenges in the Cyber defence and hybrid threat area
- The transatlantic relationship, EU and NATO responses to the threat landscape
- PESCO projects, such as the Cyber Knowledge and Innovation Hub
- Lessons identified from the COVID-19 pandemic – a push for digitalization in government and military
- Modern options for Cyber and IT talents recruitment, education, training and retaining for a the capable workforce for Government and Military
- Secure mobile working/working from home
- Multi-Domain Operations
- Artificial Intelligence on the battlefield
- Digitalization on the battlefield
- Resilient military communications