At the same time, agencies are struggling with outdated technology that poses a bigger risk and can’t get out of the circle of spending on legacy systems.
Judson Walker, the director of Systems Engineering for Brocade, will tell us how agencies can break the legacy spending cycle, modernize and improve cybersecurity all at once.
Jason Miller, Federal News Radio
Jason Miller is an executive editor and reporter with Federal News Radio. As executive editor, Jason helps direct the news coverage of the station and works with reporters to ensure a broad range of coverage of federal technology, procurement, finance and human resource news.As a reporter, Jason focuses mainly on technology and procurement issues, including cybersecurity, e-government and acquisition policies and programs.
Judson Walker, Systems Engineering Director, Brocade
Systems Engineering Director of Brocade’s Federal Intelligence Community portfolio, Judson Walker, Jr. is responsible for the management of day to day technical initiatives focused on SP, Enterprise and Data Center network design deployment and providing technical converge throughout the entire sales cycle. His primary technical focus is on Software Defined Networking and the application of these technologies within the Federal workspace.
Walker, Jr. has worked in the federal industry for more than 19 years and has been with Brocade for more than 15 years, supporting all aspects of the Federal community at the programmatic and territorial sales levels. Over the past 9 years, he has had a key role in supporting $40M in annual revenue within the Intelligence community for Brocade.
Walker, Jr. has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from George Mason University.