Wireless Technologies and how it relates to cyber security research
Kim Trieu - Lockheed Martin
Mar 23, 2011Size: 442.4MB
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AbstractIf you are interested in what cyber-related technologies will be most relevant at the time you graduate, and where many of the cutting-edge jobs will be, then this talk will be of interest. This presentation will be a high level view of where Lockheed Martin and what where we think the government is heading in terms of Cyber security and especially in wireless technologies realm such as Wi-Fi, Cellular, Wi-Max, and Zigbee communications.
This presentation will also discuss the cyber capabilities in Hanover, MD and the new NexGen cyber security center in Gaithersburg. The presentation will lead into how some of our interns contributed to the cyber arena and later were hired and became permanent members of the Lockheed team. We would like the talk to be as interactive as possible to help answer questions from students and graduates on cyber security topics and how Lockheed Martin can help those starting their careers in the cyber security domain.
About the SpeakerHe has dedicated most of his professional career in support of the intelligence community. Mr. Quoc Kim Trieu (“Kim”) has demonstrated exceptional leadership within Lockheed Martin in his two-year tenure with the company. His superb skills and talents have been recognized by Lockheed Martin’s government customer and have helped shaped the views of senior cyber community leaders.
He brings with him 8 years of intelligence experience and has provided his skills and talents to numerous US intelligence agencies such as the NGA, NRO, DNI, CIA and NSA. Since joining Lockheed IS&GS; Security in 2008 he has taken on numerous assignments and stays motivated supporting Hanover, MD campus and his community.
Kim has demonstrated to both the Lockheed Martin Chief Executive Officer and the Governor of Maryland results of research conducted by Lockheed Martin’s Wireless Cyber Security Center. He has help lead the National Security Agency's highly successful Cyber Defense Exercise to train future military cyber defense leaders and was the primary technical liaison for cyber experiments and demonstrations spanning Lockheed Martin’s Herndon Solution Center, Gaithersburg’s NexGen Cyber Innovation Center, and Hanover’s Wireless Cyber Security Center.
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