Agenda

I. Government Needs, Initiatives, Opportunities and Challenges

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KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

■ MR. LOUIS HALBERT
“Predictive Analytics at the NGA”
Chief Data Officer, CIO and IT Services Directorate National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

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“DHS Perspectives on Big Data and Predictive”
■ MR. PAUL REYNOLDS
Director, DHS Data Framework Department of Homeland Security

“Latest Tool and Perspectives on Predictive Analytics at the National Security Agency”
■ MR. NEAL ZIRING
Technical Director, Information Assurance Directorate National Security Agency, Ops1 Ft Meade

“Army Intelligence, Unified Data, and Big Data Strategy”
■ MS. LISA SHALER-CLARK
Chief, Integration and Assessment Division, US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM)

“Air Force Perspective: A Data Analytics Framework”
■ MR. JON “DOC” KIMMINAU
Defense Intelligence Senior Leader, Analysis Mission Tech Advisor AF/A2D, USAF

“Strategies Employed in Dense Data Displays Used for Scientific Visualization”
■ DR. MARK LIVINGSTON
Head, Virtual Environments and Visualization Section, Visual Analytics Laboratory Information Technology Division Naval Research Lab

“Big Data and Predictive Analytics at the FBI”
■ MR. MATT FINE
Unit Chief, FBI Cyber Division, Technology Innovation Unit Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

“Analytics and the Intelligence Mission”
■ MR. VINCE McCARRON
Division Chief, Joint Intelligence Community Mission Engagement US Army – invited

“ONC/HIT Perspectives and Initiatives”
■ DR. JULIA SKAPIK
Medical Officer, Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, DHHS

 

II. The Latest Big Data Tools, Techniques and Technologies

“Analytic Framework to Effectively Merge Technology with Tradecraft”
■ MR. KEITH JOHNSON
CTO, Intelligence and Homeland Security, Leidos

“Defense & Intelligence and the Information Challenge Harnessing the Value Of Big Data”
■ MR. TIMOTHY PAYDOS
Vice President, World Wide Public Sector Analytics Industry Team Member IBM Industry Academy

“Hyperconnectivity and Big Data – Policy and Legal Challenges for the Intelligence Community”
■ MR. DAVID M. VERHEY
Partner, Argent, PLLC

“Deep Analytics and Machine Learning in the Big Data Lake”
■ DR. KIRK BORNE
Principal Data Scientist, Booz Allen Hamilton

“Text and Social Media Analytics for Intelligence”
■ MR. TOM SABO
Principal Solutions Architect, SAS Federal

“The Future of Intelligence”
■ MR. RICHARD A. RUSSELL
CEO, The Russell Group, LLC

“Minimizing Total Cost of Ownership and Maximizing System Performance in Legacy Systems”
■ MR. BRIAN BURNS
Lead Software Engineer, Riverside Research Radar Assessment
and Development Lab (RAD Lab)

 

III. High-Value Applications for Defense and Intelligence – Emerging Lessons Learned

“Intersection of Artificial Intelligence, National Security, and the Actions of Decision-Makers”
■ DR. DAVID BRAY
IEEE Co-Chair re: Policy and Artificial Intelligence Subcommittee and CIO, FCC

“Aggregative Content Estimation (ACE)”
 DR. STEVEN RIEBER
Program Manager, ACE, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency (IARPA)

“Finding the Littel Things in Big Video Data”
 DR. MATT TUREK
Assistant Director of Computer Vision, Kitware

“CCTV Analytics and Urban Security”
 LT. SAMUEL HOOD, III
Director of Law Enforcement Operations, Citiwatch, Baltimore Police Department