We are excited about this upcoming Tech Talk being hosted by our colleagues at the NavalX Mid-Atlantic Tech Bridge, and 757 Collab.

Please come join us on June 14th, 2022 to learn more about how technology and innovation are being employed in the Ukraine Conflict. We’ve got an amazing lineup of speakers including Margarita Konaev, Ph.D., Samuel Bendett, and Dr. J. Jackson.

Link to register: https://lnkd.in/g9GZZJYz.

Come learn about how innovation and technology are being employed in the Ukraine Conflict. You’ll hear from the following experts:


Margarita Konaev, Deputy Director of Analysis at CSET with an interest in military application of AI and Russian military innovation. She is also an Adjunct Senior Fellow with the Center for a New American Security. Previously, she was a Non-Resident Fellow with the Modern War Institute at West Point, a post-doctoral fellow at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy and a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perry World House.


Samuel Bendett, Advisor to CNA Russia Studies Program. His work involves research on the Russian defense and technology developments. He is also an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security and a Russian military autonomy and AI SME for the DOD’s Defense Systems Information Analysis Center.


Dr. J. Jackson is the Chief Technology Officer and a Partner of Shipstone Consulting, a security firm specialized in infrastructure security solutions for non-profit organizations and NGOs operating in conflict areas. Dr. Jackson holds a Ph.D. in Device Physics and previously served as a United States Intelligence Officer. Prior to joining Shipstone, she was the Director of Services for an international infosec firm, leading the Red Team, Threat Analytics Group, Darknet Collection, and the Device Security Laboratory. She is the author of an upcoming book on Hardware Hacking from No Starch Press.

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