Free Informational Seminar at Walter Reed on November 27th, 2012!!!

Building the Next Generation of Cyber Defenders

Re-Training Wounded Warriors to help Protect and Defend the Nation’s Information Systems


Free Information Seminar on

27 November 2012

For Wounded Warriors and their Family Members

On Tuesday November, 27, 2012 a seminar is being hosted at Walter Reed Medical Hospital to provide an overview of the program to the Wounded Warrior population.

Program Overview

Today’s cyber attacks are continuing to become more technically astute and effective. Gone are the days of simple attacks targeting websites and other Internet systems. Today’s attacks are targeting the intellectual property and economic foundations of organizations in every industry, state and country.

The theft of such information is a common occurrence as critical information systems are infiltrated through Internet connections and vital secrets, critical technologies, and other forms of national wealth are being plundered

The problem for our nation is this: we don’t have enough people with the right mix of technical cyber security skills to adequately protect and defend all the information systems.

The need is real. The supply of trained personnel is limited. Something needs to be done. This session will discuss an advanced training and assessment program currently in development by the Federal IT Security Institute to provide our wounded warriors with technical skills needed to fill skilled Information Technology jobs that strengthen national cyber defenses.

Do You Know a Wounded Warrior Who Would Benefit from a Career in Cybersecurity?? If so can you please refer them to this seminar?

Please remember this is a free program to Wounded Warriors.

Seminar Details


November 27th, 2012


Walter Reed Medical Hospital Room  WRNMMC Building 11 Classroom?8



- Facility Support Professionals
- Wounded Warriors
- Wounded Warrior Family Members


Registration or questions can be directed to:
FFSC @ 301-319-4087 or E-mail:

Advance registration requested but not required