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SSC Atlantic engineers are flexing their cybersecurity muscles this afternoon during Hack Warz at the DON IT Conference East & Maritime IT Summit in Norfolk, Va. Hack Warz is a capture the flag event where participants gain points by compromising systems. They will close the event by explaining how to harden the systems to make them more difficult to be compromised. #DONITEast

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SSC Atlantic engineers are at #DONITEast in Norfolk, Va. this week discussing information warfare capabilities that support the warfighter. Stop by our booth on the 3rd Floor to learn more. #NavyLethality

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SSC Atlantic celebrated #EarthDay Thursday in Hampton Roads with Tanner Council from the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Tanner discussed the health of the Chesapeake Bay, current and future threats, and efforts to improve/maintain the Bay.

What are you doing to protect our planet on this lovely Sunday?

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Today wraps up #NationalVolunteerWeek2018 and we couldn't let this week go by without thanking the many volunteers who work with students in our community. Last year, SSC Atlantic worked with over 44,500 students, 300+ volunteers, totaling over 17,000 hours, which included more than 90 FIRST Robotics teams. We value the opportunity to give back to the students and show them the importance of a #STEM education.

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“It’s a big milestone in the CANES progression. We started CANES installs on the ships four years ago, and this is the next generation of the process where ships with CANES networks are getting an updated version.” - Lt. Cmdr. Chris Matters, SSC Atlantic Fleet Readiness Directorate Installation Office Atlantic

Click below to read more about the first CANES refresh on USS Carter Hall (LSD 50)

The DimensionU DoD Math Games were held today across the country. SSC Atlantic hosted Hanahan, River Oaks and Gregg middle schools in this round of the competition. #stem #mathgames

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We hope you followed along with us last week at Sea Air Space as we worked alongside our colleagues in the U.S. Navy’s Information Warfare community to demonstrate our commitment to rapidly increasing naval power in today's Information Age.

Read more about it: http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=105170

#SAS2018 #NavyInnovates #InformationWarfare #SeabedtoSpace #NavyTheNationNeeds

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Providing Information Warfare Solutions to the Warfighter starts with SSC Atlantic Fleet Readiness Directorate Installation Office Atlantic Project Lead Lt. Cmdr. Chris Matters. #WorkforceWednesday #PeopleMatter

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The secret's out this #TechTuesday!

"World-class data recovery, advanced digital forensics, a top quality criminal media forensics laboratory, a highly skilled malware analysis and incident response team arguably provide one of the most advanced overall cyber forensics capabilities in the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD)." - Robin Corkill, SSC Atlantic cyber forensics competency lead

Read more about SSC Atlantic's Cyber Forensics Capabilities - the U.S. Navy's best kept secret!

The 6th Annual Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition was held over the weekend in North Charleston, SC. High school and college students participated in a simulated networking challenge to protect computer infrastructures from being hacked by intruders. The cyber defense competition is part of a growing movement to develop technical skills and interest in the areas of networking and cybersecurity.

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Proud to host Chief of Navy Reserve and Force Master Chief today and brief them on our extraordinary SPAWAR Reserve Program

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This week's #FeatureFriday celebrates SSC Atlantic's own electrical engineer Sarah Monk, who won the 2017 DON T&E Aspiring Tester award!

"To get out of bed knowing you're making an impact for our country that day, protecting the warfighter - that's pretty good motivation for me." - Sarah Monk

Click below to learn more about Sarah's role at SPAWAR, how she got to where she is today, and how she plans to succeed in the future. #NavyInnovates

That’s a wrap for the #SAS2018 #InformationWarfare Pavilion!

Thank you to all who made this year’s event outstanding by successfully demonstrating the U.S.Navy’s commitment to warfighting in the Information Age and increasing naval power.

Check out some highlights from the expo!

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SSC Atlantic engineer Bill Littleton discusses the intricacies and difficulties associated with recovering data from physical damaged hard drives at the #SAS2018 #IW Pavilion, booth 2747. Advanced data recovery saves the @USNavy from losing data that has not been backed up and cannot be replicated again.

SSC Atlantic engineer Bill Littleton discusses the intricacies and difficulties associated with recovering data from physical damaged hard drives at the #SAS2018 #IW Pavilion, booth 2747. Advanced data recovery saves the @USNavy from losing data that has not been backed up and cannot be replicated again.

Posted by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) on Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Together #InformationWarfare commands lead, acquire, prepare and fight. The #SAS2018 IW Pavilion demonstrates the critical teamwork taking place between the IW command workforce throughout the globe to protect our fleet and country. @USFLEETCYBERCOM @PEOEIS @SPAWARHQ @USNAVY #N2N6 #PEOC4I #PEOSPACE #NAVIFOR #PartnershipsMatter #WorkforceWednesday

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SSC Atlantic scientist D.J. Tyree discusses the DARPA Service Academies Swarm Challenge at #SAS2018. The program provides a platform to advance unmanned systems thinking with future military leaders who will shape unmanned systems innovation. #NavyInnovates

SSC Atlantic scientist D.J. Tyree discusses the DARPA Service Academies Swarm Challenge at #SAS2018. The program provides a platform to advance unmanned systems thinking with future military leaders who will shape unmanned systems innovation. #NavyInnovates

Posted by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) on Tuesday, April 10, 2018

What better way to celebrate #TechTuesday than by highlighting some of the U.S. Navy's cutting-edge technologies being demonstrated at the #SAS2018 Information Warfare Pavilion at booth 2747.

SSC Atlantic is demonstrating AN/FYC-22B/C Visual Information Display System (VIDS), a Navy-unique, everything-at-your-fingertips information management program that integrates multiple information systems into a single display. SSC Atlantic provides VIDS cradle-to-grave support for the for Air Traffic Control Facilities throughout the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps. With a minimal physical footprint, VIDS workstations are comprised of a color, flat panel touch entry display and trackball/keyboard for use in accessing air traffic control-related applications.

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SSC Atlantic data scientists are at #SAS2018 demonstrating their cutting-edge capabilities that allow warfighters to receive, interpret and act on data quickly and more securely. SSC Atlantic Public Affairs Officer Lonnie Cowart talks with scientist Keith Reck about how CarePoint Information Portal empowers the warfighter. #InformationWarfare

SSC Atlantic data scientists are at #SAS2018 demonstrating their cutting-edge capabilities that allow warfighters to receive, interpret and act on data quickly and more securely. SSC Atlantic Public Affairs Officer Lonnie Cowart talks with scientist Keith Reck about how CarePoint Information Portal empowers the warfighter. #InformationWarfare

Posted by Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) on Monday, April 9, 2018

Vice Adm. Tighe, DCNO for #InformationWarfare, kicks off the #SAS2018 IW Pavilion at booth 2747: “The Chief of Naval Operations is focused on building and maintaining the Navy the Nation Needs. He calls for a bigger fleet, a better fleet, a networked fleet, a more talented fleet, an agile fleet and a ready fleet. The Information Warfare community, through many of the systems, initiatives and capabilities that we'll talk about and demonstrate at Sea Air Space, plays a big role in building that Navy the Nation Needs. Our partnerships with industry are crucial to the process."

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We are here at the ‘launch’ of #SAS2018 at the #InformationWarfare Pavilion, booth 2747, where the Navy Communications Satellite Program Office (PMW 146) is showcasing the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS) and discussing the impact of the five satellite launches that have provided secure satellite communications for mobile forces. #Seabed2Space #NavyInnovates

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Check out the latest issue of The Chronicle from SPAWAR System Center Atlantic. From leading the U.S. Navy in autonomy to working with the next generation of scientists and engineers in the FIRST LEGO League, read these stories and more in this edition. http://www.public.navy.mil/spawar/Atlantic/Documents/Chronicle/2017-18_Winter.pdf

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Tomorrow kicks off Sea Air Space 2018, the largest maritime exposition in the U.S.! Make sure to follow #SAS2018 for live updates of the event, or stop by the #InformationWarfare Pavilion where we're joining other organizations in the IW community to discuss and demo the U.S. Navy’s commitment to warfighting in the Information Age. For more info about the IW Pavilion visit: http://www.navy.mil/submit/display.asp?story_id=105004

The South Carolina Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve Area 1 presented the Patriot Award to SSC Atlantic supervisor Gregory T. McHone April 5. Mr. McHone was honored for his outstanding support of his employee, Maj. Kevin J. Esber. Maj. Esber serves as a Judge Advocate and is assigned to the Joint Force HQ for the South Carolina National Guard out of Columbia, SC.

SSC Atlantic is proud to support the guardsmen, reservists and veterans who continue to protect and serve our nation.

Pictured from left: Mr. Steve Wichmann, district ESGR representative; Major Kevin J. Esber; Mr. Greg McHone; and Mr. Dick Fuller, area ESGR representative.

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SSC Atlantic employees demonstrated information warfare capabilities that support the warfighter to SPAWAR Commander Rear Adm. Boris Becker during his visit to the Network Integration and Engineering Facility (NIEF LANT) and the Enterprise Staging and Warehousing production facilities in Hampton Roads yesterday.

“The best thing about the labs that I saw today is the people. The passion that the people inside those labs brings to the mission means they can accomplish anything. The labs are very capable, and the capacity is there to make a big difference for our U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps, and they have already. But I’m pretty excited about what’s going to come, and none of that is going to happen without the quality, the capability and the passion for the mission that the people here have demonstrated.” -Rear Adm. Boris Becker.

#PeopleMatter #InformationWarfare

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Maritime superiority demands getting capabilties right ashore, too. Recently, representatives from commands across the fleet gathered in San Diego to discuss Shore as an Information Warfare Platform. Read more!

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