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Montgomery hosts Air Force’s largest conference on cyber threats

MONTGOMERY, Alabama – This week, Alabama’s Capital City has been at the center of high-level discussions focusing on the wide-ranging cyber challenges facing the nation in the digital age.

The Air Force Information Technology and Cyberpower Conference (AFITC) today enters its third and final day in Montgomery, which last hosted the Air Force’s largest tech conference four years ago.

AFITC is one of the primary tools for keeping Air Force and private industry cyber leaders up to date on the latest concepts, strategies, technologies and capabilities within the digital realm, in both the military and civilian sectors.

More than 150 exhibitors and 4,000 visitors have participated in the event in Montgomery, which is home to Maxwell Air Force Base and Air University, the Air Force’s intellectual and leadership center. In addition, Maxwell’s Gunter Annex hosts some of the Department of Defense’s most sophisticated technological enterprises.

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