MIT Lincoln Laboratory will be hosting the Cyber and Netcentric Workshop (CNW) on 15–17 June 2015.

CNW is an annual event for government agencies, the military, federally funded research and development centers
(FFRDCs), research labs, and industry to discuss lessons learned, current trends, technical challenges, and the road ahead. The program includes keynote addresses; technical presentations from the user, acquisition, research, and developer communities; and a poster/demo forum. The workshop typically draws about 400 people from government
agencies, the military, FFRDCs, research labs, and industry.

This year we have the honor of hosting the following keynote speaker:

ADM Michael S. Rogers
ADM Michael S. Rogers
Commander, U.S. Cyber Command;
Director, National Security Agency;
Chief, Central Security.

We hope to see you in June for CNW 2015 at MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

MIT Lincoln Laboratory is hosting the 2015 Malware Technical Exchange Meeting (MTEM) directly following CNW. For more information please visit MTEM's website.