Agenda

I. Government Needs, Initiatives, Opportunities and Challenges

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KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

■ MR. MARK KRZYSKO
“DoD Decision Making Through Information and Data Management”
Deputy Director, for Enterprise Information, DoD, Office of the Undersecretary of Defense, Acquisition Technology and Logistics Acquisition Resources Analysis (AT&L)/ARA

■ MS. KARIN APPEL
“Big Data Science and Technology Initiatives at DoD”
Special Assistant for Governance & Analytics, Office of the Chief Information Officer, U.S. DoD

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“Big Data and Data Science New Initiatives”
■ MS. LISA SHALER
Deputy to Chief, Program Budget Data Management Division, Army G8, Department of the Army Headquarters (HQDA), Program Analysis and Evaluation (PA&E)

“Current Processes and Challenges with Operational Intelligence Information Management”
■ MR. KIRK BRUSTMAN
Director, Department of the U.S. Army Intelligence Information Services (DAIIS) (Tentative)

“Navy Data Analytics and DCGS”
■ MR. CHARLES GASSERT
Assistant Program Manager, Distributed Common Ground System, Navy (DCGS-N), DI2E Knowledge Management IPT Chair, Office of Naval Intelligence Liaison for PMW-120

“Big Data and Enterprise Business Intelligence”
DR. JAMES TRAVIS
Chief, Cyber Situational Awareness & CyberNetOps Solutions Division, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)

“Big Data Analytics for Battlefield Awareness – a DoD Perspective”
■ DR. GUNA SEETHARAMAN
Navy Senior Scientist (ST) for Advanced Computing Concepts, Chief Scientist for Computation, Naval Research Laboratory

“Emerging Capabilities for the DoD/Intelligence Enterprise”
■ MR. TODD MYERS
Senior Architect, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) 

 

II. Advancements in the State of the Science Analytics Capabilities for the DoD & Government Enterprise

“Microsoft Advancements in Big Data and Predictive Analytics for Government”
 MS. SUSIE ADAMS
Chief Technology Officer, Microsoft Federal

“Data360 for the DoD Enterprise”
 DR. ROGER HOCKENBERRY
Partner, Chief Executive Officer, Cognitio

“Trends in Intelligence Analytics for the Enterprise”
 DR. KIRK BORNE
Principal Data Scientist, Booz Allen Hamilton

“Open Source Forensics: Visualization Tools and Cyber Protection Capabilities”
 MR. AUDIE HITTLE
Chief Cyber Innovation Officer, Integrity Applications, Inc.

“Big Visual Data, Deep Learning, and Open Source”
 DR. ANTHONY HOOGS
Senior Director of Computer Vision, Kitware

 

III. Applying Machine Learning and Predictive Analytics to the Homeland Security Defense Mission

“Defense & Intelligence Transformation in the Age of Artificial Intelligence”
 MR. TIMOTHY PAYDOS
Vice President, Government Industry Solutions, Competency Leader, IBM Government

“Data Analytics at the Metropolitan PD Joint Strategic and Tactical Analysis Command Center”
 MS. CAROLYN MONTAGNA
Criminal Research Specialist Supervisor, Investigative Support Unit, Joint Strategic & Tactical Analysis Command Center, Homeland Security Bureau, DC Metropolitan Police

“Big Data & Predictive Analytics for Security and Defense.”
 DR. DANIEL GERSTEIN
Senior Policy Researcher, the RAND Corporation

“Open Source Intelligence and the DoD Intelligence Mission”
 MR. PAUL J. SWINKO
Solutions Architect, Office of the Chief Technology Officer, BAE Systems, Intelligence & Security Sector

“Big Data and Intelligence in Law Enforcement”
 MR. TIM SINGLETARY
Business Area Manager, Cyber Security Programs, Peraton.

“Data Convergence at the Edge…Learn Globally, Act Locally”
 MR. DOUGLAS NATAL
Vice President & G.M., MapR Federal

“Using Big Data, Predictive Analytics and Wargaming to Assess and Combat Cyber Threats”
 DR. DOUGLAS SAMUELSON
President & Chief Scientist, InfoLogix, Inc.

“Big Data & Predictive Analytics Solutions for Homeland Security”
 MR. TOM SABO
Principal Solutions Architect, SAS Federal

“All the Text to Predict Civil Unrest and Avoid Intelligence Surprise”
 MR. CHRIS BIOW
Senior Vice President, US Public Sector, Basis Technology