February 23, 2017 Drones often conjure thoughts around defense, the latest high-tech gadget for techies or even the budding drone delivery service market. However, federal agencies are also increasingly testing and deploying non-military drones for various programs and missions around the government. This event will explore “drones for good,” examining how government is already using drones to benefit citizens and how they might be used in the future.
February 22, 2017 Where’s the U.S. Navy headed and how will it get there from here? Come help sort the signal from the noise in a discussion moderated by Defense One Deputy Editor Bradley Peniston at Sparks Gallery in San Diego.
February 21, 2017 The interconnected web of tools aims to make military missions easier and more effective than ever before. But is it safe? Are your devices that are sharing information at the network’s edge vulnerable? On February 21, we’ll reveal new research results from an ongoing study on how your colleagues are securing IOT.
January 17, 2017 Defense One welcomes the Navy's top officer, Admiral John Richardson, chief of naval operations and member of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for an exclusive live interview with Executive Editor Kevin Baron. The U.S. Navy already is being asked to perform more missions in more places and at a greater pace than anyone expected just few years ago. With President-elect Donald Trump promising to expand the military, and perhaps asking for additional naval operations spanning from the Middle East to China's doorstep, we'll examine what the CNO wants for the Navy today and tomorrow. Come join the conversation and hear Adm. Richardson lay out his vision and requirements for the Navy, as a new president takes office, a new Congress begins, and the old Washington gets back to business.
December 15, 2016 Over the past two years, how has FITARA transformed the federal IT landscape? At this event we'll discuss FITARA's impact thus far on government, how agencies responded to it and Congress' role in ensuring the government improves its IT operations.
December 13, 2016 The DoD has decided that it must be better prepared to use space-based resources for global communications in a time of conflict. At the forefront of current efforts to secure the U.S. advantage in space building resiliency and redundancy into satellites and reducing dependency on GPS. What does the U.S. presence in space look like in twenty years?
December 8, 2016 In the wake of several high-profile events at the intersection of technology, privacy, encryption and national security, a nationwide conversation is necessary. Is there a balance between an increasingly privacy-conscious public who favor technologies like encryption, and security-conscious law enforcement agencies, who fear encryption is making their jobs exponentially more difficult in this Internet of Things era? In this event, we’ll discuss how policy could shape the technological landscape in the coming years. Find out on December 8 while enjoying a cocktail!
December 6, 2016 On December 6, Defense One will sit with scientists, engineers and even flying car makers who are building next-generation experimental aircraft that could propel us toward a new Jetsons reality. And we'll talk to the decision-makers behind the scenes to discuss how the next generation of helicopters will get into the air and what this means for the future of national security.
November 30, 2016 Technology is changing the way government interacts with the citizens it serves, offering new tools, techniques, and frameworks. On November 30, we'll explore these changing dynamics and take a look at case studies from agencies and teams who have transformed the way their services are designed, delivered, and perceived, all with an eye towards championing their customers — the citizens and people who use their services.
November 17, 2016 Join Defense One on Thursday, November 17, for the 4th Annual Defense One Summit as global security leaders gather to explore three main themes — Crisis, Conflict, and Continuity — as the American presidency shifts to a new commander in chief.