Luke Days

InData Consulting Showcases Cutting-Edge Cybersecurity and IT Innovations at Luke Air Force Days 

Luke Days


Phoenix, AZ – InData Consulting, an industry leader in Cybersecurity and IT Services is proud to announce its participation in the esteemed Luke Air Force Days. This momentous event, known for drawing crowds upwards of half a million, presents a unique opportunity for students and technology enthusiasts to immerse themselves in the latest advancements in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)

Strategically situated along the bustling flight strip STEM Row, InData Consulting will feature interactive exhibits that delve into the complexities of ethical hacking, cyber defense, artificial intelligence, and Internet safety. These displays are designed not only to educate but also to inspire the next generation of tech professionals in an era where digital security is of paramount importance. 

Mike Braico, CEO of InData Consulting, expressed his enthusiasm about the collaboration: “Partnering with the US Air Force to foster STEM education at the Luke Air Force Days is a privilege and a testament to our commitment to national security and technological advancement. The current talent gap in the cybersecurity and AI fields is a call to action. We’re excited to provide a platform where attendees can gain hands-on experience and insights into the software that safeguards our digital world. It’s about igniting a passion for STEM careers that will shape the future of our nation.” 

InData Consulting invites attendees to engage with their state-of-the-art tools and activities that offer a glimpse into potential STEM career paths. The company emphasizes the importance of practical software knowledge in an increasingly interconnected world. 

The 2024 Luke Air Force Days offers an exhilarating experience for all ages. With free entry, the event advocates for accessibility while reminding attendees to secure parking passes in advance due to limited availability and high demand – no passes will be sold on event days. 

Event Details: 

  • Name: Luke Air Force Days 
  • Dates:
    March 22, 2024 – School Field Trip Day 
    March 23, 2024 – Open House 
    March 24, 2024 – Open House 
  • InData Exhibit Area: Flight strip STEM Row 
  • Location: Luke Air Force Base, 14185 Falcon St, Luke AFB, AZ, United States 

Join us at the Luke Air Force Days for an unforgettable exploration of technological marvels. For additional information regarding the event, parking logistics, and display details, please visit the following links: 

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Author: Mike Braico CEO and Cybersecurity Expert

Mike Braico - CEO and Cybersecurity Expert

Mike Braico is a CEO and Cybersecurity expert with over 30 years of Information Technology experience. His career spans public and private sector companies including Novell, AOL, Netscape, Sun Microsystems (later acquired by Oracle), and Integrated Media Technologies (IMT). Mike has been leading InData Consulting for over 10 years.

An entrepreneur with a keen vision, Mike has co-founded three successful startups, showcasing his exceptional ability to navigate the rapidly evolving technology landscape. Beyond his entrepreneurial ventures, Mike is deeply involved in private equity, advising clients and investors on leveraging technology to sculpt competitive business strategies and drive significant value creation.

With a diverse technology and customer advisory portfolio, Mike has delivered strategic insights across various industries including artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain, financial services, manufacturing, construction, film and television production, healthcare, social media, and private equity. His profound understanding of technology and its application across various sectors have made him an invaluable organizational resource to business owners and entrepreneurs.

Mike is available for speaking engagements, podcasts, and strategy consulting. Contact Mike

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