Mel Ing was honored with the Distinguished Life Membership Award at a ceremony on October 11,...Read More
April 2016 Luncheon – Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Honolulu Division, Special Agent in Charge
AFCEA Hawaii welcomed Paul Delacourt, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Honolulu Division, Special...Read More
AFCEA Hawaii was honored to welcome CDR James Knoll, SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific, Code H Officer in Charge. CDR Knoll discussed the areas of focus for SPAWAR, the current composition and areas of excellence as well as longer-term plans. SPAWAR hosts fourteen technical capabilities for the Navy, but the current main focus is cyber technical leadership.Read More
AFCEA Hawaii welcomed COL Michael Finn, II, Director of Communications and CIO, HQ PACAF. He discussed the merger of Command & Control and Cyber Operations. This merger facilitates mission assurance and is the path to information dominance and protection in cyber space.Read More
AFCEA Hawaii welcomed Jodi Ito, ISO at University of Hawaii. Ms. Ito discussed UH’s security landscape, including COL Reynold Hioki, Hawaii National Guard, for a brief on Po’oihe, a cybersecurity exercise performed in a virtual range.Read More
AFCEA Hawaii was honored to welcome Captain William A. Dodge, USN; Commanding Officer, Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station, Pacific (NCTAMS PAC).Read More
AFCEA Hawaii was honored to welcome Andy Bonillo of Verizon Communications as November’s keynote luncheon speaker. Mr. Bonillo is the Director of Cyber Security and Public Safety for Verizon’s Public Policy,Read More
AFCEA Hawaii was honored to welcome Colonel Mike Sweeney as its November keynote speaker. COL Sweeney serves as the Assistant Chief of Staff, G-6, Marine Corps Forces, Pacific. Commissioned in 1988,Read More
AFCEA Hawaii represented AFCEA International’s Educational Foundation in presenting AFCEA ROTC Honor Awards to University of Hawaii Cadet Lauran Kittle, USAF; and Chaminade University Officer Candidate Francine Babauta, USA; in an award ceremony held in April this year. Educational Foundation presenters were AFCEA Hawaii President Cory Lindo and VP for Awards, Col Jeff “JD” Davis, USMC.Read More
AFCEA Hawaii held a lively panel discussion in September themed “Storage Wars – the Future of Storage.” Moderated by Maj Joe Watson, USAF, panelists were Paul Astin, CTO, EMC Federal; Ronald Perkins, Sr. Data Center Architect, Tintri, Inc.; Bryan Jackson, Solution Architect, HP; Jeff Baxter, Sr. Engineering Manager, NetApp Federal; and Kian Beals, Sr. Storage Architect for DELL Federal.Read More
In August, the Hawaii Chapter welcomed Rear Admiral Cari B. Thomas, Commander, Fourteenth Coast Guard District. Rear Admiral Thomas assumed duties as Commander, Fourteenth Coast Guard District in May 2013.Read More
In June, the Hawaii Chapter welcomed Sanjeev “Sonny” Bhagowalia, Chief Advisor on Technology and Cybersecurity to the Governor of Hawaii. Mr. Bhagowalia spoke on Hawaii as a key foundation step in establishing Hawaii as a cybersecurity Center of Excellence in the Asia Pacific Region.Read More
AFCEA Hawaii conducts luncheons on the 2nd Tuesday of each month January - November at the Hale Ikena on Fort Shafter.
Luncheons are accessible to the public. You do not need a vehicle sticker or badge to get onto Fort Shafter. To get on base simply provide your drivers license, current vehicle registration and insurance card at the main gate to be issued a day pass.