Once in the VM, an database will be ed and contacts will be synced. Social media applications will then be installed, the synced contacts will then appear as friend or follow suggestions on the various social media platforms. SAIC is investing in intelligent software solutions that leverage artificial intelligence and machine learning to transform mountains of unmanageable and unstructured content and data into fit-to-purpose engines that drive missions forward.
Amazon Web Services AWS Worldwide Public Sector helps government, education, and nonprofit customers deploy cloud services to reduce costs, drive efficiencies, and increase innovation across the globe. With AWS, you only pay for what you use, with no up-front physical infrastructure expenses or long-term commitments. Public Sector organizations of all sizes use AWS to build applications, host websites, harness big data, store information, conduct research, improve online access for citizens, and more.
AWS has dedicated teams focused on helping our customers pave the way for innovation and, ultimately, make the world a better place through technology. If you would like to be added to the distro for this event, please contact Rebecca Steppling at steppling ncsi.
Exhibitors will have the opportunity to present product demos, network with attendees, participate in networking sessions, and meet key decision makers and leadership within the community. Partnerships are key, and contractors already involved with SAPs are encouraged to have their companies participate as an exhibitor.
Exhibits will be presented at the unclassified level, and no clearance is required to participate as an exhibitor representative. Prior to acceptance as an exhibitor, each company will be vetted by the DoD security team. Space is limited and available on a first come first served basis. We expect to reach capacity in record time, so please register early to guarantee your attendance. Please visit the registration for details.
With the Summit just over 7 weeks away we are working on the agenda and session topics to present throughout the week. Please submit an abstract if you are interested in participating as a speaker, or if your organization can provide unclassified training on Thursday.
There are currently about 15 exhibit spots remaining and a few sponsorship opportunities.
Please register NOW to ensure that you get a spot at the Summit. We have added some new hotel room blocks at or below the per diem rate in Easton and Salisbury, just a short drive from the Summit venue. The agenda is starting to take shape, and a dynamic lineup of Keynote speakers have been announced to compliment each daily theme.
Monday: More capable and more secure. Tuesday: Fielding Faster. Wednesday: Provoking Innovation. Thursday: Enhanced Learning Opportunities.
Check out the agenda to see the list of speakers involved in the Summit. With the Summit due to take place in less than a month, we continue to plan for all educational sessions and networking activities as scheduled. The recent situation with COVID Coronavirus is changing daily so we remain watchful but also focused on delivering a safe, secure, and successful event for all attendees.
All participants in the Summit are US Citizens.
No one without a badge will be allowed access to the Hyatt during the Summit. It is important to follow official health and travel advisories, and at this point there are no restrictions that prevent the important gathering of this group of people. We will continue to closely monitor travel updates from the CDC as well as advisories from the State Department and the State of Maryland.
We are working closely with the Hyatt Regency Chesapeake to ensure the safety of all Summit participants. The Hyatt Regency continues to maintain rigorous cleanliness and safety standards throughout the guest rooms, meeting rooms, and public spaces.
We strongly encourage attendees and exhibitors to follow the guidance of the CDC for everyday preventative actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses:. This lunch and learn will introduce an AI based framework and patented technologies to detect, contain, and quarantine zero day threats both file based and file-less deployed and operational with the USG.
We will introduce an architectural view that illustrates sensor placement for pre-breach, wire speed detection.
Get comprehensive and powerful cloud services built exclusively to support US agencies and partners working with Secret US security classification level data. Developed using the same principles and architecture as Azure commercial clouds, Azure Government Secret has been enhanced for maintaining the security and integrity of classified worklo while enabling fast access to sensitive, mission-critical information. Topics to be covered are the Ansible playbooks, command line interface, web interface and Git integration.
Come and learn with us! Leading a Data and AI transformation requires new mindsets and methods at every level; it takes an AI Enterprise culture. IBM has learned this first hand. These procedures involve creating a secure working area to operate wireless through TEMPEST and Technical security methods, creating methods of detecting wireless vulnerabilities and exploitation attempts, and ensuring that all aspects of the network being used are properly configured to eliminate risk.
While this process is still ongoing, we would like to brief on the current status, what we see as the way ahead and encourage feedback from the field to help shape our discussions.
We have had hundreds of separate requests for wireless solutions to each of our offices and believe this briefing would provide guidance that would benefit the entire DoDIIS community. Steve Hardy, Deloitte Consulting. Session Description: We present a new approach for conducting what-if analysis at massive scales — like entire cities, lifeline infrastructure, populations, and the networks that connect them.
Analysts interact with a system of systems model to discover hidden vulnerabilities in our networks and infrastructure and to test resiliency and security options for closing gaps and exploiting opportunities. This capability opens a new frontier of analytics and preparedness for asymmetric threats. Additional information will include strategic initiatives to respond to the National Insider Threat Task Force Standards, innovations to mitigate the threat from trusted insiders and collaboration across the community and with FVEY partners.
Session Description: When we, as women, collectively bring our passion and talent to bear on challenges, there is no limit to what we can achieve. When we champion other women, and celebrate their successes, our individual journeys become that much richer. And when we feel supported by our networks and draw on the immeasurable strength and knowledge within them, we become unstoppable. Booz Allen and DIA to learn how industry and government are creating inclusive environments and supporting diversity in their organizations.
CCI EMSO is sponsoring the tool for accreditation on the JWICS network and plans to use it as the core capability for portfolio management, gap analysis and EA development to address the current identified gaps as well as future challenges. The CCI EMSO is leveraging the web based DoDAF compliant EA module as the application and repository for capturing the as is architecture views and the ITPM module to support analysis leading to identification of solutions to close existing gaps, nominations of material solutions to be deated as enterprise capabilities, and management of the portfolio of capabilities.
In addition, the tool may be leveraged to support future state enterprise de requirements and development of the roadmaps to achieve specific required capabilities.
This tool is planned to be an enterprise capability sponsored by CCI EMSO which will allow DoD users to leverage enterprise data and visualizations, expand the common lexicon and data sets to improve the current and future architectural environments. Commands will be able to utilize the tools to build their own architectures leveraging the enterprise standards that are developed by the CCI members. These future architectures will enable a more resilient, integrated and secure intelligence sharing environment. HarberFedelis Cybersecurity.
Session Description: One the most ificant challenges facing cyber security professionals today is the need to simplify and streamline their existing cyber security infrastructure while gaining efficacy and reducing cyber dwell time.
Security Operation Centers SOC are overwhelmed by the sheer volume of alerts lacking context and the of investigations demanding their attention while the supporting security infrastructure is geared more towards being reactive than proactive. Security analysts are often presented with more alerts than are humanly possible to triage and investigate, granting adversaries more time to evade detection because of the time required by SOCs to detect and respond. These problems are further exacerbated by a rising skills gap as organizations struggle to build an adequate bench of expertise.
More data is not necessarily a good thing and the focus should be on zeroing in on the right data and making it actionable. This session will discuss approaches to streamlining cyber security stacks, and why integration and automation are critical elements of a strategy to improve the overall effectiveness and efficiency of defensive cyber operations.
Come see and hear the collective knowledge and experience of the IC deated representatives to develop and employ solutions to accessibility challenges facing agency employees with disabilities. Session Description: Today the United States faces growing national security challenges with adversaries adapting in asymmetric ways and rapidly adopting technologies, turning warfare into a case of constant uncertainty and instability.
Throughout the DoD and the IC, leaders have accepted the need to implement rapid innovation and grow a workforce culture that is swift and agile. Through the deliberate cohesion of these efforts the Innovation Pipeline provides a pathway to production that encompasses the innovation methodologies taught by the Innovation Program, embedding the concepts throughout each phase of the Pipeline.
These innovation concepts, pulled from industry best practices and the Silicon Valley start-up community, emphasize experimentation over detailed planning and require deep customer engagement by multifunctional teams. Session Description: Shift Left, March!
The presentation will breakdown the current state of the DevOpsSec way of working at DIA and delve into the enhancements the cyber security team is making to further build out the toolchain, increase the types of applications that can receive authorization through the DevOpsSec path to production, and support a culture of integrating security at the start of development.
As a vital part of the t Force, the Special Operations enterprise has explored the many facets of what this return to great power competition means and what changes are needed to optimize operations to Counter Violent Extremist Organizations CVEO and improve its ability to compete globally. DIA has taken the lead for outlining the roles and responsibilities of this organization and providing initial staffing to standup the office. Session Description: Is your data an asset or a liability? Do you understand how Data Management plays into your front-line cyber security policy?
Like Enterprises around the world, Government agencies are struggling with the best method for sanitizing data across every IT asset. Further, as regulations are becoming tighter around the world, organizations must adhere to data sanitization best practices for specific regions, whilst your organization must deliberately, permanently and irreversibly remove or destroy the data stored on your memory devices.
And you must do so in a way that there is no usable residual data, even with the use of advanced forensic tools. Confused on where to start? See first-hand Blancco tested, certified and approved solutions around Data sanitization to help you manage and minimize your cyber security risk.
Sherry Lakes, Noblis. This makes for a heavy dependence on web browsers, the tools used to access applications. Similarly, browsers depend on web servers to deliver content from websites through network connections. Nevertheless, the prevalence of cyber threats and attack vectors makes websites using susceptible to exploits possibly resulting in unintended or malicious connections; which dictates the need to protect our systems against cyberattacks.