Raising the Bar for Software in National Security and Defense

Rebellion Defense CEO Chris Lynch will be joined by Google Executive Milo Medin and former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence Sue Gordon for an interactive dialogue on the need for highly effective software in support of National Security and Defense. Now, more than ever, and especially in the context of the COVID-19 response, new and more capable solutions in software development are required, which demand fresh ideas and highly talented and diverse tech teams to work in partnership with their government counterparts. This panel will explore constructs for delivering more effective software tools faster, attracting first class tech talent to the mission of national security and defining their success.


Chris Lynch, CEO, Rebellion Defense
Milo Medin, Vice President, Wireless Services, Google
Sue Gordon, Former Principal Deputy Director of National Intelligence,

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