Preregistration Closes on the last Friday before the event at 1600
Preregistration Cost: Members $25 | Non-Members $30
Walk-In Cost: Members $30 | Non-Members $35
Time: Check-In 1100am | Buffet 11:30am
Place: Ft Shafter, Hale Ikena Club
Dr. Cort M. Chambers
Dr. Cort M. Chambers is an Intelligence Analyst at the Hawaii State Fusion Center and teaches Information Technology at the University of Hawaii, Pacific Center for Advanced Technology Training.
Cort retired from the City and County of Honolulu Emergency Services Department after 20 years of service. He was the Program Manager for Honolulu’s Metropolitan Medical Response System (MMRS) program. The MMRS was a federally funded operational system designed to augment the regional emergency response capabilities.
From 2014-2016, Cort served as a Presidential Management Fellow for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, at the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) in Washington, DC. At the ONC, he worked on the Shared Nationwide Interoperability Roadmap to coordinate health IT interoperability nationwide. The roadmap outlines the policy and technical actions needed to realize a seamless health IT data system.
Cort holds a PhD in Public Policy and Administration, a Master of Arts in Intelligence Studies, and a Bachelor of Arts in Homeland Security Studies. He also holds CompTIA A+ and Network+ certifications.
Mr. Bryan Tepper
Mr. Bryan Tepper, is a Cyber Analyst for the Hawaii Department of Homeland Security under the TAG at the Hawaii State Fusion Center. He retired as the CISO for Hawaiian Electric. There Bryan was responsible for the cyber security team that designed the IT and OT layered security, and information risk management for the companies. He is an attorney, and had HIS CISSP, CISM, and CIPP/US certifications.
Bryan also retired from the FBI after a 26-year career. He has held a number of supervisory and leadership positions at the FBI in Los Angles, Washington D.C., Ottawa, and Honolulu. He was the Supervisory Special Agent, Unit Chief, for the 16 Regional Computer Forensic Laboratories (RCFL) at the Operational Technology Division in Quantico, Virginia.
As a technically trained agent supervisor, Bryan managed the Los Angeles FBI diverse resources with direct authority over all electronic interception activities, computer interception, computer forensics, cellular telephone triangulation, vehicle tracking, video and microphone installations, and covert entries. He has investigated numerous domestic and international kidnappings, and several high-profile computer hacker cases involving the compromise of phone company systems and switches. He is a recipient of the National Intelligence Medal of Achievement.
Please be mindful that AFCEA Hawaii is under contract with the Club and will have to pay for no-shows
How to get onto Fort Shafter
Attend Our Next Luncheon
Attend Our Next Luncheon
Directions to Hale Ikena Officers Club, Ft Shafter (Bldg 711)
Hale Ikena Officers Club, Ft Shafter (Bldg 711)
Please be mindful that AFCEA Hawaii is under contract with the Club and will have to pay for no-shows.
When you register, please give your name, the names of any guests (as separate RSVPs on the web site) and your contact email or phone number. Please RSVP no later than the Friday before the event at 1600.
1. Seating for late registered and/or walk-in persons is not assured but we will do our best to assist.
2. RSVPs for this event as for all others must be considered as your commitment to pay unless the reservation is cancelled prior to 1600 hours on the Friday immediately preceding the event
3. We have initiated actions to recover luncheon costs from those who have reserved/registered for an event but then do not appear and pay at the luncheon, i.e. a “No Show”. We regret that we take such measures but whether you show or not, we must pay the club based on the head count we provide the club on the reservation deadline. That count is based entirely on the RSVP which each of you give us and which is your commitment to pay. We know you understand our position.
4. Attendees are not permitted to photograph, record, or videotape any portion of the AFCEA Hawai`i Luncheon Presentation. Failure to comply with this policy shall result in confiscation of devices or material, removal of the individual(s) and administrative action under government guidelines. Attendees understand that AFCEA Hawai`i and authorized Speaker representatives may conduct interviews and take photographs and/or audio/video tape any portion of the Luncheon. These photographs, videos and recordings are for use by AFCEA Hawai`i and the Speaker only.