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14 Jun 11. Protected Mobility Event – Millbrook 22 & 23 June – Seminar Programme.
To enable MoD & DE&S to inform Industrial stakeholders of a number of issues relating to themobility capability area, and sustainment of that capability
Key themes
* Integrated Equipment Support Model/Strategic Support Supplier
* Industry focus and feedback
* Sustainment challenges
* Front line feedback
* Where have we got to
* How do we shape our future needs
* Share an 18 or 36 month view
* How is the kit being utilised, users thoughts and development points
Day 1 – Strategic MoD Presentations
10:45 Patrick Beazley, Head CWG
Session chair
11:00 Liz Donnachie, Head Transformation LE
Integrated Equipment Support Model
11:30 Brig Robert Talbot-Rice, Dir Eqpt, HQ LF
Overview and challenges faced by HQ Land Forces
12:00 Panel Discussion – Patrick Beazley, Liz Donnachie & Brig Robert Talbot-Rice
12:30 Lunch
13:30 Martyn Williams, Dep Head Sustainment
Sustainment, the challenge of sustaining a unique fleet
14:00 Col Mark Gaunt, HQ JFSp(A), Comd Eqpt Cap
Front line realities, a view from Afghanistan
14:30 Panel Discussion – All Speakers
15:00 Day 1 ends
Protected Mobility Exhibition continues until 18:00
16:00 – 17:00 Workshop
Mastiff, the reality, Maj Alan Paramore, CWG PMT
19:30 Evening dinner at Jury’s Inn, Milton Keynes – Guest speaker
Lt Gen Gary Coward CB OBE, Chief of Materiel (Land)
Day 2 – Industry Forum
10:30 Martyn Williams, Dep Head Sustainment
Session chair
10:40 LSC – The UOR Dimension: Issues created by a UOR approach to equipment procurement, Presented by Chris Lambert
11:00 SULA – The Dilemma: Taking a platform from UOR into Core, Presented by Rob Skarda
11:20 Atkins: The use of Open Architecture within the Land Environment – Beyone the Technical Architecture, Presented by Michael Morua & Steve Shrubsole

11:40 Lockheed Martin: Network Enabled Support for Land Systems
12:00 Panel Discussion
12:15 Lunch
13:00 Babcock: Creating the Agile Support Force jointly with Industry
13:20 IVECO: Sharing the experiences on the issues which have arisen in supporting the fleet of self Loading Dump Truck (Protected)
13:40 DSG
14:00 Panel Discussion
14:20 Patrick Beazley, Head CWG
Closing address
14:30 Conference Ends
Protected Mobility Exhibition continues until 16:00
BATTLESPACE Comment: Millbrook, the organisers of this Seminar and Exhibition have told BATTLESPACE in response to a number of queries that people can visit the Exhibition without paying as long as they have an invitation from an Exhibitor.

10 Jun 11. Cyber Security Asia. 9th – 10th November 2011
Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel, Singapore
Book by the 15th July and save S$500!
Lead Sponsor: Microsoft
SMi announce the launch of its inaugural Cyber Security Asia conference and exhibition, which will be held in Singapore on the 9th and 10th November 2011. It is not an overstatement to say that the Internet has transformed the way we live. Social networking represents the new town square; blogging has turned citizens into journalists; and e-commerce sites have spurred global competition in the marketplace. But along with the Internet’s phenomenal growth has been a growth in computer-related attacks and crimes. The range of criminal activity that the Internet supports is vast. From consumer threats, ID Theft, and child endangerment) to enterprise threats (e.g., the theft of stored personally identifiable information, economic espionage, and extortion via threats of denial of service attacks) to Government threats (e.g., cyber warfare), there is little doubt that creative, adaptive and sophisticated adversaries are misusing the Internet to bad effect. Recent events such as the discovery of the Stuxnet virus and the recent incidents involving Lockheed Martin, Sony and Google have left little doubt as to the potential implications of nati

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