Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium 2021

We have made the difficult decision to move RMCS21 to a Virtual Event. Given the current COVID landscape and varied limitations and guidance, we feel this is the appropriate time to shift planning to provide the best possible experience.

Event Date: March 8-11, 2020| Virtual Event


Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium 2021! The Rocky Mountain Chapter of AFCEA is honored to have you as our guest, and we hope you enjoy Colorado Springs and the entire Pikes Peak region.


Our Symposium provides a national forum for industry and government to work together to help solve the challenges of cybersecurity, community cyber readiness and national defense. 


Our theme this year is "The Power of Convergence." The Rocky Mountain Chapter invites and challenges leaders and strategists from all areas of Military, Government, and Industry to discuss and debate our national progress in this area; and to discuss applicability to the newest Service, the United States Space Force.


Our Exhibit Hall is full of industry, academia and non-profit organizations that will give you the opportunity to learn about cutting edge cyber technologies and the chance to share your own ideas. 


Whether you are an individual attendee, a sponsor, an exhibitor, a speaker, or one of our many volunteers, we know you’ll find this year’s symposium a world-class event, hosted at a world-class venue, The Broadmoor Hotel. New for this year is The Broadmoor Event Center - a first-class Exhibit Hall with a new floorplan and more convenient access for all. Also, just like in past years, we are providing free entrance to all three days of the Symposium for military and government attendees. 


Our Cyberspace Symposium not only brings government and industry together to exchange ideas related to today's toughest cyber challenges, but it also makes a tremendous difference in our region:


    • RMC - AFCEA invests in our country’s future by raising money for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education. The Cyberspace Symposium allows the chapter to consistently give out more than $200,000 in scholarships and grants to Colorado STEM students and teachers annually!


The Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium 2021 is poised to be another great event. I hope you will join us in making this yet another successful symposium!


Phillip Parker, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF (Ret)

Chairman, RMCS 2021


* Registration closes March 11, 2021 at 7am



RMCS understands the crazy state of affairs for conference attendance and travel for different states and companies at this time. We are planning to an in-person event, but will comply with whatever mandates are in place in Colorado at the time of the show. In the event that restrictions are such that we can't have the show in person, such as occupancy limits in a single space, we will shift to a virtual event. We will make this determination in January 2021.


If RMCS21 has to switch to a virtual event based on the current COVID-19 situation, we will offer reduced prices for virtual attendance and exhibitor/sponsor fees.  Registrants will have the following choices:

·       Keep existing registration but at the reduced rate (partial refund)

·       Cancel registration and receive a full refund

·       Cancel registration but roll payment to RMCS22 (no refund)


If the event happens live and a registrant is unable to attend due to company travel restrictions, the above options will also be available.

Relevant Government Agencies

Intelligence Agencies, DOD & Military, Other Federal Agencies, Federal Government

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Event Type

Mon-Thu, Mar 8-11, 2021, 7:00am - 6:00pm MT

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Event Sponsors


AFCEA Rocky Mountain

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