Multi-Intelligence Exploitation Summit starts July 18
The 4th Annual Multi-Intelligence Exploitation Summit will take place on July 18-19, 2018 in Alexandria, Virginia. This summit, hosted by Defense Strategies Institute, will focus on the techniques and resources aimed at integrating intelligence sources to enhance analysis and exploitation of data within the Intelligence Community’s Information Technology Enterprise.
Sessions will revolve around this year’s theme of “Delivering Integrated Intelligence for Timely and Actionable Decision Making.”
This educational summit will enable the Intelligence Community, military intelligence organizations and industry partners to come together in a collaborative, town-hall forum to encourage open and honest conversation regarding the technical vulnerabilities of the IC. Due to the massive quantity of data available, analysts in every service and intelligence agency are working tirelessly to produce a holistic conclusion of each data source. The Intelligence Community is working to incorporate useful analytical resources and tools to fuse together such sources and allow their leaders to develop well informed decisions.
The main objective of this year’s forum will be to allow intel leaders the opportunity to share their struggles in effectively exploiting data. Solution providers will offer their expertise and analytical tools to mitigate the mass influx of information and aid the IC in achieving mission success.
This year’s summit will offer over 15 sessions, with senior level speakers including:
*John Sherman, Chief Information Officer, Intelligence Community, ODNI
*Sherrill Nicely, Chief Information Security Officer, CIA
*Chris Page, Chief Information Officer, Naval Intelligence Activity, Office of Naval Intelligence
*Jack Jones, SES, Director, ISR Infrastructure USD (I)
*Dr. Leslie Perkins, Deputy CTO, Information Dominance & CIO, SAF/CIO A6
*Larissa Mentzer, Deputy Assistant Director, Directorate of Intelligence, FBI
*June Horbal, Technical Director to Deputy Chief Information Officer, NSA
Topics will include:
-Current successes with the IC Enterprise Management and IC Desktop Environment Programs, and understanding what technical gaps industry can help with
-Advancements in fusing information stemming from different sensors and disciplines to develop accurate decisions
-Coordinating with partner agencies and industry to implement off-the-shelf and ready to install intel solutions at a quicker pace and cost-effective scale
-Understanding how to effectively prioritize in a budget-constrained environment while not compromising data security measures
– IC ITE’s role in employing big data tools and leveraging analytics to improve the Multi-INT landscape
-Progress in safeguarding information within the cloud to ensure that while sharing is encouraged between the IC, the integrity of data is not compromised
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