Presented by Lionfish Cyber Security with Horse Soldier Bourbon, with guests from IEDC, AFCEA, NDIA & NEINDIANA
Lionfish Cyber Security is honored to bring together Indiana DOD contractors for a special private networking toast on Flag Day 2021, June 14th, from 4 to 7 PM at the Ritz Charles in Carmel, IN to honor the unsung heroes and the unrelenting dedication to supporting the warfighters of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Guest speakers from IEDC, PTAC, NDIA, and AFCEA will discuss how they can help you get more business and thrive in today’s DoD marketplace. Special Guests will include Special Forces Hero Lieutenant Colonel (retired) John P. Spanogle (see bio below); Alex R Hernandez, Green Beret and CIA officer (see bio below); and Jeremy Miller, a former Green Beret, and CEO of Lionfish Cyber Security and others.
“Lionfish Cyber Security is excited to unite military personnel and DOD contractors for a special toast and bourbon tasting on Flag Day 2021, honoring our heroes and taking steps to protect your offices with cybersecurity protection and policies you can trust, like the Lionfish By-With-Through platform. Without the efforts of the heroes in our midst, our military would not be as great as it is today,” said Jeremy Miller, CEO of Lionfish Cyber Security.
The event will offer an opportunity to learn about upcoming NIST 800-171 Assessment & CMMC requirements and a unique opportunity to leverage little know state grant to pay for their Cyber Security needs, as well as hear war stories from the Special Forces who have served our country. The state has invested in a grant program and Lionfish is in a position to help utilize it for interested companies. This event also offers the opportunity to return to the days of networking and enjoy a free bourbon toast to the heroes present. This is a chance for those attending to discover additional business and related engagement opportunities in the federal space.
The Lionfish Cyber Security VIP Celebration for DoD contractors includes a FREE special autograph signing of a full bottle of Horse Soldier Bourbon. The attendees can meet with the Indiana government agencies present that now support DoD contractors with a new database designed to grow even more DoD contractor business.
The key event information is as stated below:
What: A Flag Day VIP Celebration for DoD Contractors
Who: All Area DoD contractors
When: June 14th – Flag Day, the US Army’s Birthday. Time: 4-7 pm; Networking, Appetizers, & Bourbon Tasting Where: Ritz Charles; 12156 N Meridian St, Carmel, IN 46032
We welcome military personnel and government agencies that also would like to celebrate these “unsung heroes” for their efforts.
IN DoD contractors will receive a free signed bottle of Horse Soldier Bourbon at the conclusion of the event. (Limit 2 per company and must be remain present until the event concludes.)
About Our Special Guests…
Spanogle’s first assignment in 5th Special Forces Group (ABN) was with 2nd Battalion and assigned to ODA-556. CPT Spanogle led the team on many deployments to Kosovo, Jordan, Oman, Turkmenistan, and Kuwait. Then, on September 11, 2001, American was attacked and the first unit called to action was the men of 5th Special Forces Group (ABN). ODA-556 became part of Task Force Dagger, as seen in the movie 12 Strong, and was inserted behind enemy lines linking up with the tribe of Hamid Karzai just north of Qandahar, Afghanistan.
Hernandez served with the U.S. Army Special Forces (the Green Berets) from 1971 to 1997 retiring at the rank of Sergeant Major. During his Special Forces career several of his assignments included the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne); the 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), as an instructor at the U.S. Army Special Forces Combat Diver School; as an instructor/liaison with the U.S. Navy Special Warfare Center’s U.S. Navy SEAL Basic Underwater and Demolition School (BUD/S); and with the recently declassified Special Forces unit, the Physical Security Support Element-Berlin in West Berlin, Germany.
The Lionfish Mission:
We provide affordable cyber resilience solutions for all businesses through our scalable cyber “By With and Through” Model that is tied to appropriate guidance, best practices, and related technologies that empower companies to evolve with the cyber threat landscape. Leave no business behind. De Oppresso Liber!
About Horse Soldier Bourbon
Immediately following the 9/11 attacks, the USA responded with a daring insertion of small teams of Green Berets into northern Afghanistan. Nicknamed the “Horse Soldiers”, all these brave men are honored today by America’s Response Monument overlooking “Ground Zero” in New York City. Some of the team continue to live legendary lives by instilling family values, adventurous spirits, and pride into Horse Soldier Bourbon Whiskey.