Leading Acquisition Series: Leadership Lessons from Chinese Cyber Operations
From Bernadette Crumb
Interested in learning more about how China's Cyber Operations affect Defense Acquisition programs and what strategies leaders need to be aware of to help mitigate this threat?
As a Defense Acquisition professional, why should China's cyber operations matter to you? This webcast provides a detailed information on the threat China poses to current and future Defense Acquisition programs, the implications for program success (or failure), and measures you can take to ensure the security of your program.
During the webcast, attendees will be introduced to the way Chinese cyber operations threats are posed, and the impact they have on Defense Acquisition. A key feature of the presentation includes identifying strategies and actions acquisition professionals can take to mitigate the Chinese Cyber Operations threat.
The Leading Acquisition Series:
Developed by the DAU Leadership Learning Center, this series, on the first Wednesday of each month, will help you grow as a Defense Acquisition leader. Building team success; working effectively through others; or spanning team, functional, and organizational boundaries—all will be covered. DAU's faculty share the latest thinking on what it means to lead in this environment using practical Defense Acquisition examples along with suggestions on how to apply what you learn on the job. Time in each session is set aside to answer questions.
Mr. Gregory C. Radabaugh is the President/Owner of Gray Bear Consulting LLC and Chief Strategy Officer for M20 Associates. Before his retirement from government service, he was a member of the Department of Defense Senior Executive Service and the Director, Joint Information Operations Warfare Center (JIOWC), a Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff (CJCS), Controlled Activity (CCA). He directed over 230 personnel enabling the application of informational power at the strategic level, executing informational power at the operational and tactical level, and performing CJCS responsibilities for Joint Enterprise Information Operations proponency, Operations Security, and Military Deception in global operations. Prior to his role as JIOWC Director, he was the Chief of cyber operations and cyber policy for the then Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance Agency (AFISRA—now 16th Air Force). He entered the Air Force as an enlisted linguist in 1974, flying reconnaissance missions overseas. He was commissioned in 1979 and served in a variety of Service and national level positions. He left active duty and joined the civil service in 1989. He remained part of the Air Force Reserve until his retirement in 2004. He was designated an Intelligence Community Officer in 2003. An expert in information operations and cyberspace operations, he has lectured at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and at numerous conferences at home and abroad.