The Agenda

The Agenda is in progress.

Tues. Oct. 30
0830 Registration TR#1Drone&Electronic Warfare Travis Hartman
0900 Class begins
1000-10:15 Break
1200 Lunch On your own at the buffett
1500 Break
1700 Class Ends
Wed. Oct. 31
0830 Check In TR#1Drone&Electronic Warfare Travis Hartman
0830 Registration Analogue Network Security Architecture and Design Winn Schwartau
0900 Both Sessions Start
1000-10:15 Break
1200 Lunch On your own at the buffett
1500 Break
1700 Class Ends
1700-1900 Opening Reception Welcome to InfowaCon 18! Travis Hartman, CEO InfowarCon Labs
Thurs. Nov. 1
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Breakfast Included with your room

0700-0815 Registration    
0815-0830 Welcome/Housekeeping   Winn Schwartau/Travis Hartman
0835-0915 Keynote 1  TBA  David Kennedy
0915-1000 Gen Session The Unforeseen Consequences of Data Breaches and Hacking  Jon “Wally” Prather and Dave Marcus
1000-1030 Break    
1030-1115 Keynote 2  TBA  Maj.Gen. Charles J. Dunlap USAF (ret)
1115-1200 Gen Session The Ethics of AI in Security: To Serve Man Winn Schwartau
1200-1300  Private Conference Luncheon    
Thurs. Nov. 1 PM
1300-1400  Gen Session Fake News and the Pseudo-Event   Bob Sullivan
1400-1500  Gen Session  The Unforseen Consequences of Data Breaches and Hacking   Wally Prather and Dave Marcus
1500-1515 Break    
1515-1545  Gen Session Using Molecular Communications Systems to Activate In Vivo Bio-Nanorobotic Code  Dr. Gregory Carpenter
 1545-1630  Gen Session  The Rising Tide: ICS Attacks and the Increasing Threat to Critical Infrastructure
 Joe Slowik
 1630-1700  Wrap Up/Panel    After wrap up- Help yourself to dinner and drinks at the Buffet. Cost is 20.00  Bar open till 2AM
Friday, Nov. 2 AM
0700-0815 Check In    
0815-0830 Welcome     Travis Hartman
0835-0915 Keynote 1 Dynamics of Cyber Conflict.  This talk will focus on the dynamics of cyber conflict, the back and forth between adversaries for national security purposes in and through cyberspace. It summarizes the results of research by Bob Jervis and Jason Healey of Columbia University to focus on the similarities and differences of conflict in cyberspace and that in the domains of air, land, and sea, and the similarities and differences between the tactical and technical level of conflict compared to operational and strategic levels.  

 

Jason Healey

 

0915-1000 Gen Session  TBA     Matthew G. Devost
1000-1030 Break    
1030-1100 General Session  How to Rob a Bank Over the Phone- Lessons Learned
 Joshua Crumbaugh  AKA  Naga
1200-1300 Lunch    
Friday, Nov. 2 PM
1300-1400  Gen Session “Integrating Autonomous Systems; Drones-Artificial Intelligence and the Human Race…Can they Co-exist?” Dr. Hans C. Mumm
1400-1500  Gen Session  “Cyborgs and Transhumanism, Coming to a Battlespace Near You.”    Colin Williams
1500-1515 Break    
1515-1545  Gen Session    
 1545-1630  Gen Session    
 1630-1700  Wrap Up/Panel    After wrap up- Help yourself to dinner and drinks at the Buffet. Cost is 20.00  Bar open till 2AM
Sat. Nov. 3 AM      
0830-0900 Check In    
0900-1000 Gen Session  Crypto Currency as Asmmetric Economic Weapon  Joshua Marpet and Scott Lyons
1000-1015 Break    
1015-1100      
1100-11:45      
11:45-1200 Thanks for coming!