|Wireless Hacking 101 Demostrations (NEW Date!) - 03/18/2014|
Kevin P. Smith and Eric J. Yester of General Dynamics: Electric Boat Corporation will demonstrate techniques used by both ethical penetration testers and malicious users to compromise wireless communications. The techniques demonstrated are commonly used by adversaries to steal confidential information and credentials, and in opportunistic cases to leave malware on a victims device so that further exploitation can occur remotely. Event Date: (New Date!!!) 3/18/2014, Event Location: USCG Research Development Center 1 Chelsea Street, New London CT 06230, Event Time: 0830-1030. ****RSVP to Michael.J.Grochowski@uscg.mil by 12 Mar. 2014. Govt issued photo ID required to attend.
|USCG's Role in Port Security with RADM Robert Day, USCG - 03/25/2014|
YAC Southern New England welcomes USCG RADM Robert Day 25mar2014 1300-1500 at U.S. Coast Guard Academy's Dimick Hall, New London, CT. RADM Day will be speaking on Port Secuirty and Cyber topics. For more information and to register visit the following link: http://southernnewengland.afceachapters.org/sites/default/files/files/AFCEA-YAC-SNE%20Flyer25mar2014RADM_Day_CyberPortSecurity.pdf
|Systems Engineering: Requirements Development and Management One Day Course (On-Site and On-Line Live as a PDC Offerring) - 04/02/2014|
C4I Systems Engineering Certification Program First Course Announcement Systems Engineering: Requirements Development and Management(A one day 8 hours in-class and online course)April 2, 2014 (8:30am-5:00pm)Lockheed Martin Corporation76 Hammarlund Way, Middletown RI 02842Attendance is open to all. Tuition is $200 (non-AFCEA), $150 (AFCEA), $50 (YAC/Student). Government and Corporate Tuition Vouchers and PayPal are welcomed. Please contact Joe Loda (Director of Professional Development) for registration at email@example.com or calling 203-671-0885. Industry and Government tuition vouchers and PayPal payments are welcomed. This one day class is the first course of a six course series in our C4I Systems Engineering Certification Program. The objective of the program is to prepare civilian and government professionals to define, develop, design, integrate, test, deploy and sustain C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence) Systems for joint military and civilian crisis management operations as from a systems engineering viewpoint. Course Section 1: Requirements Overview1.0Overview2.0Assumptions, Definitions, Context, Big Picture, Analysis3.0Types Of Requirements4.0Definition Of Requirement And Set Of Requirements5.0Requirements Relationships Versus Systems Engineering6.0Types Of RequirementsCourse Section 2: Requirements Development1.0Overview: Creating Order From Chaos2.0Stakeholder AnalysisIdentify, Interview, Research3.0Information Analysis Tools And DevelopmentAffinity Diagram, Pareto Analysis, Input/Output ModelDevelopment Of Originating Requirements4.0Operational Concepts (CONOPS)Definition, Process, Hierarchy5.0External Systems Or Concept Diagram6.0Stakeholder Requirements And Development7.0System Requirements DevelopmentCourse Section 3: How To Write Requirements1.0Standard Formats INCOSE Handbook (Latest Version)ISO/IEC/IEEE 29148-20112.0Grammar3.0Characteristics Of Well Written Requirements Necessary (Traceability), Design Independent, Unambiguous, CompleteSingular, Feasible, Verifiable, Correct, Grammatically Correct4.0Characteristics Of Requirements SetsUnique, Complete, Consistent, Feasible (Attainable)Bounded, Comparable, Structured, Modifiable5.0Language To AvoidOpen-Ended, Non-Verifiable, Comparative, Loopholes, Incomplete References, Negative Statements6.0Attributes Of Requirements Additional Elements Minimum, Unique Identifiers, Source, Rational , Type, Stakeholder Priority, Dependency, Risk, DifficultyCourse Section 4: Requirements Management1.0Definition2.0Requirements Traceability, Verification, Change Control3.0Requirements Management Tools DOORS, CORESysML4.0Exercise: Manage Requirements Using MS Excel
|Systems Engineering: Principles And Practices For C4I Systems Course - 04/16/2014 - 04/21/2014|
(Six Bi-Weekly, Three Hour In-Class and Live Online Classes)April Thru June (See Schedule Below) Attendance is open to all. Tuition is $400 (non-AFCEA), $300 (AFCEA) and $75 (YAC/Student). Government and Corporate Tuition Vouchers and PayPal are welcomed. Please contact Please contact Joe Loda at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-671-0885. Schedule & Times: Wed 4/16/2014, Wed 4/30/2014, Wed 5/14/2014, Wed 5/28/2014, Wed6/11/2014, Wed 6/25/2014. Each class will run from 3:00pm to 6:00pm.This multi-class course is second in a six course series in our C4I Systems Engineering Certification Program. The objective of the program is to prepare civilian and government professionals to define, develop, design, integrate, test, deploy and sustain C4I (Command, Control, Communications, Computer, and Intelligence) systems for joint military and civilian crisis management operationsThis course covers the foundational components of field systems engineering (SE) with the following topics: SE models/frameworks, SE processes and activities, complex systems structures, system development and lifecycles, SE management, SE decision analysis/methods, SE tasks and activities for advanced development, production, integration and testing, fielding and operational support lifecycles. The next course Systems Engineering: Principles and Methods for C4I Systems covers detailed SE processes, methods, tools and procedures and ties theory to practical implementation. This course includes the necessary SE methods, case studies and exercises to help prepare students to take the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) Certified Systems Engineering Professional (CSEP) examinations.