November 20, 2023
With The Threat Level Elevated, Collaboration Is Key
With current threat levels elevated across much of the world, Cambridge is actively engaged in the dialogue about border security as we support critical efforts to bolster global stabilization.
Last month, members of our business development team attended NATO-Industry Forum 2023 (NIF23), which focused on coordinating, collaborating, and augmenting the alliance’s collective defense as new challenges emerge. Highlighting capability gaps, the words of Supreme Allied Commander General Philippe Lavigne – “More, Faster, Everywhere” – underpinned the discourse.
Cambridge will be continuing the conversation on how we can leverage our security cooperation, border security, and maritime domain awareness expertise to support defense efforts in the United States, Latin America, and Europe through participation in several upcoming global collaboration events including:
- December 5: ISOA NATO/EU Workshop – Brussels, Belgium
Elizabeth Germanos Buker, Cambridge Vice President of the Business Development, Capture, and Proposals Group, will participate as an invited member of the EU Border Patrol and Security Considerations panel.
Learn more about how Cambridge is advancing U.S. and NATO Partner security interests here.
- December 5-7: ExpoDefensa – Bogota, Colombia
Cambridge will have a pod at the Virginia booth located in the U.S. Pavilion. Eric Garnier, Cambridge Executive Vice-President, and members of our International Business Management team will be available for discussion.
Learn more about our security and defense expertise in Latin America here.
- December 6-7: Eastern Defense Summit – Charleston, SC
Marc Harbour, Cambridge Vice President of Operations, and members of our Engineering, Logistics & Implementations (ELI) Group will be in attendance and available for discussion.
Learn more about Cambridge’s critical infrastructure; C4ISR; surveillance, sensors, and monitoring; cybersecurity; and aviation services here.
- December 6-7: TechNet Transatlantic – Frankfurt, Germany
Elizabeth Germanos Buker, Cambridge Vice President of the Business Development, Capture, and Proposals Group, will be in attendance and available for discussion.
Learn more about how Cambridge is supporting counter threat operations here.
If you will be attending any of these events, please be sure to say hello and help us continue the conversation and collaboration needed to ensure future global security and defense.