Unrestricted Warfare Symposium, Sponsored by JHU’s APL and SAIS

February 6, 2009
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For enterprise technologists and national security professionals and most of all for those who fit both of those descriptions, please check out Johns Hopkins University’s 2009 Unrestricted Warfare Symposium at: http://www.jhuapl.edu/urw_symposium  This symposium seeks to advance our understanding of and solutions for some very complex problems related to our nation’s defense.  I’ll be speaking on a panel at the conference (on issues of cyber war and cyber defense) and hope to see you there.  The following is from an e-mail from Dr. Ron Luman (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory National Security Analysis Department Head) National Security Community Colleagues: This is a reminder that the Johns Hopkins University’s 2009 Unrestricted Warfare Symposium will be held 24-25 March 2009, and I encourage you to register now at http://www.jhuapl.edu/urw_symposium/. The fourth annual symposium is in Laurel, MD at JHU’s Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), and is jointly sponsored by APL and the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Last year more than 300 participants from government, industry, and academia interacted with distinguished…


For enterprise technologists and national security professionals and most of all for those who fit both of those descriptions, please check out Johns Hopkins University’s 2009 Unrestricted Warfare Symposium at: http://www.jhuapl.edu/urw_symposium  This symposium seeks to advance our understanding of and solutions for some very complex problems related to our nation’s defense.  I’ll be speaking on a panel at the conference (on issues of cyber war and cyber defense) and hope to see you there.  The following is from an e-mail from Dr. Ron Luman (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory National Security Analysis Department Head) National Security Community Colleagues: This is a reminder that the Johns Hopkins University’s 2009 Unrestricted Warfare Symposium will be held 24-25 March 2009, and I encourage you to register now at http://www.jhuapl.edu/urw_symposium/. The fourth annual symposium is in Laurel, MD at JHU’s Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), and is jointly sponsored by APL and the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). Last year more than 300 participants from government, industry, and academia interacted with distinguished…

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