Last week a panel of military and government agency leaders gathered to share their experiences and perspectives on cyber and intelligence issues at the Intelligence and National Security Summit. The Summit is the premier gathering of senior decision makers from government, military, industry and academia.
Panelists included commander of U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency (NSA) Navy Admiral Michael Rogers and director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Robert Cardillo. Rogers, Cardillo, and the other panelists discussed implications and opportunities involved in integrating artificial intelligence and human analysis, and other national defense and homeland security issues.
Among other topics, Rogers also discussed NSA’s initiative to develop cross-fertilization between the public and private sector.
This is the third year the event has taken place.
From left, Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, U.S. Cyber Command director; Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Vincent Stewart,
Defense Intelligence Agency director; Betty Sapp, National Reconnaissance Office director and Robert Cardillo,
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency director share their perspectives on U.S. national defense and
homeland security issues at the third annual Intelligence and National Security Summit September 8, 2016.
For more information about the Summit, please follow the links below.
National Security Experts Examine Intelligence Challenges at Summit, DoD News
Intelligence & National Security Summit