January 2019 Newsletter - #AFCTM Sprint Delayed, Yet Successful
Last week, we had a slow start due to the snow storm on Tuesday; but, AF CyberWorx was able to recover and have a successful #AFCTM Sprint. Six teams split into groups of six and worked together to solve challenges related to Air Force's Cyber Talent Management.
We'll have a press release and report prepared in a few weeks on the solutions that were proposed, but in the meantime, check out the photos taken during #AFCTM on our Flickr page.
Visit us at the Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium
From February 4-7, 2019 we'll be at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs for RMCS in booth 65. RMCS provides a national forum for industry and government to work together to help solve the challenges of cybersecurity, community cyber readiness, and national defense. Join us in the conversation to learn how you can work with us.
Join us at COLLIDER on Catalyst Campus
Connect with our government and industry personnel at Catalyst Campus for a networking happy hour event on an RMCS evening. Collider is an open house where guests can gain insight on AF CyberWorx projects of the past and future. We can't wait to see you on Wednesday, February 6, 5-7 pm at Catalyst Campus Co-Lab Kitchen & Railyard.
The Air Force Challenge
Join AF Cyberworx and the Air Force Research Laboratory in the Vice Chief's Challenge.
The Vice Chief's Challenge is an open competition to solicit innovative ideas to tackle Air Force level problems. This year’s challenge will take on Multi-Domain Operations (MDO). Submissions must be entered into the Air Force IdeaScale before February 28, 2019.