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2 Welcome Welcome to the 2012 Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference in Denver, Colorado! We are privileged to hold this year s conference in such a vibrant area, rich with a large government and military presence connecting to and reminding us of our work to serve the warfighter. The theme of this year s conference is Advancing Mission Integration. Across the Intelligence Community (IC) and the Department of Defense (DoD), opportunities for integration are prevalent. This year, IC agencies are integrating to deliver a community Common Operating Environment and Information Technology (IT) Efficiency Strategy. As an IT community, we are seeking new and innovative ways to unify and standardize our infrastructure. Additionally, mission integration is the focus across the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). DIA directorates are working together to achieve the agency s ultimate goal of providing all-source defense intelligence to prevent strategic surprise and deliver a decision advantage to warfighters, defense planners, and policymakers. DIA has come together under the theme of One Mission. One Team. One Agency to effectively and efficiently advance our core mission capabilities. The DoDIIS conference is a rare opportunity for a diverse audience to come together in an open forum. I hope you will use this premier technology event as an opportunity to connect with people from government, military, industry, and academia, to share innovative solutions and emerging technologies. As you peruse the exhibit hall, listen to plenary speakers, and engage in breakout sessions, I encourage you to discuss ways to advance technology in the IC and DoD together. It is also important for you to attend the conference s evening events to engage in a free-flowing exchange of ideas and network with colleagues. Thank you for your continued support and participation in this year s DoDIIS Worldwide Conference. Your contribution is what makes this conference a success. I look forward to a productive and engaging week and I hope you enjoy your time in Denver. Very Respectfully, Grant Schneider Deputy Director for Information Management and Chief Information Officer Defense Intelligence Agency 1

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4 Table of Contents General Information and Conference Highlights General Information 4 Convention Center Map 5 Conference Highlights 6 CONFERENCE AGENDA AND SESSION DETAILS Conference Agenda 9 Breakout Session Details 16 FEATURED SPEAKERS Featured Speakers 31 DIA DS Seniors 41 NETWORKING EVENTS AND HOSTED BREAKS Hosted Breaks 43 Sheraton Floorplan 44 Networking Events 45 Conference Patrons 46 EXHIBIT HALL Products and Services by Category 49 Exhibit Hall Map 56 Exhibitor Directory 58 Exhibitor Profiles 60 3

5 General Information Conference Badge For security reasons, please wear your conference badge at all times. You will not be permitted to enter sessions or the Exhibit Hall without it. Please remember to remove your conference badge when leaving the Colorado Convention Center. Lead Retrieval Exhibitors were given the opportunity to rent lead retrieval units that use barcode technology to capture basic contact information (name, organization, address, phone, ) from attendee badges. Exhibitors have been instructed to ask permission prior to scanning badges. If you have any questions about how the lead retrieval system works, please visit Attendee Registration. Message Center If you need to receive telephone messages during the conference, please direct calls to the Attendee Registration at Messages will be posted on the bulletin board located next to Attendee Registration. Coffee/Light Refreshments Coffee and light refreshments will be served in the Exhibit Hall during the conference break periods. Additionally, many of the exhibiting companies will be serving complimentary snacks during breaks at their booths. Please check the Hosted Breaks section, page 43 of the conference program for more details. Technology Exposition The Exhibit Hall, located in Exhibit Hall D E on the Upper Level, features innovative products, solutions, and government offerings. Time has been allotted throughout the conference to allow you to visit the exhibits and enjoy complimentary snack breaks for your convenience. Additionally, seating for networking opportunities can be found in the lounges located throughout the Exhibit Hall. Exhibit Hall hours: Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Photography/Videography During regular conference hours, there will be a professional photographer and videographer capturing images from the conference. If you do not wish to be photographed, please visit Attendee Registration. Payments If you need to settle your registration fee or would like a hard copy of your receipt, please visit Attendee Registration. Receipts will be ed to all attendees following the conference. Questions or Concerns If you have any questions or concerns at any time during the conference, please do not hesitate to speak an NCSI representative. Meeting Rooms Sidebar meeting rooms are available for government attendees to use in one-hour increments during the conference. To reserve a meeting room, please visit Attendee Registration Sterrett Place, Suite 200 Columbia, Maryland

6 Convention Center Map CHAMPA STREET Restrooms Restrooms Restrooms LOBBY Terrace Restrooms EXHIBIT HALL D LOBBY Offices Above C Restrooms Restrooms Offices Above A Offices Above F Terrace SPEER BOULEVARD (MOUNTAIN VIEW) LOBBY EXHIBIT HALL C EXHIBIT HALL E EXHIBIT HALL B EXHIBIT HALL F EXHIBIT HALL A Upper Level LOBBY Restrooms Restrooms Restrooms Restrooms Concessions Stairwell WELTON STREET STOUT STREET Light Rail Station Restrooms 507 Restrooms 407 West Shuttle Drop-off T ick et Office Restrooms Mile High Ballroom 1 through Restrooms North Shuttle Drop-off Office SPEER BOULEVARD (MOUNTAIN VIEW) WELLS FARGO THEATRE LOBBY Restrooms Restrooms D LOBBY C LOBBY Restrooms Gift Shop Ballroom Pre-Function Four Seasons Ballroom 1 through 4 Ballroom Pre-Function Cafe Business Center 301 Restrooms Offices R es trooms Information Center F LOBBY A LOBBY 14TH STREET (CITY VIEW) Street Level B LOBBY Restrooms Restrooms Shuttle Drop-off Shuttle Drop-off WELTON STREET 5

7 Smart People. Smarter Solutions. Conference Highlights Registration Mixer Join us on Sunday from in the Exhibit Hall, located in Exhibit Hall D E, for a night to network and catch up with colleagues. This will be your first opportunity to get a look at the Exhibit Hall, including over 60 new participating companies! The Registration Mixer is hosted by CACI. Cyber Café Stay connected while away from the office by taking advantage of the Cyber Café! Computers, internet access, and a printer have been provided in the Exhibit Hall at booth # 263, compliments of Microsoft. DoDIIS Daily News With a full agenda, it will be important to stay up-to-date! Every morning attendees will receive an containing session changes, conference updates, and other reminders. This information will also be available for pick up near the Wells Fargo Theatre. The DoDIIS Daily News is brought to you by: Exhibit Hall Dashboard Browse the Exhibit Hall for your chance to win a prize! With your conference materials, you received an Exhibit Hall Dashboard. To be eligible to win, simply have a representative from each participating booth stamp their app on your dashboard. Once you have collected all of the stamps, bring your dashboard to the NCSI Social Lodge, located at booth # 541 in the Exhibit Hall. An NCSI representative will check your dashboard and enter you into a raffle. Drawings will be held at the NCSI Social Lodge during every break on Tuesday and Wednesday. You do not have to be present to win. Winners will be posted on the Message Board next to Attendee Registration and will be listed in the DoDIIS Daily News DoDIIS Worldwide Conference Booth # 812 Booth # 228 Booth # 257 Booth # 122 Booth # 125 Exhibit Hall Dashboard Booth # 415 Booth # 200 Booth # 811 Booth # 1012 Booth # 800 Booth # 816 Booth # 817 Booth # 433 Social Lodge You re invited to STAY SOCIAL at NCSI s Media Lounge, located in booth # 541. Explore the ins & outs of social media, get cozy with a warm beverage by the fire, and enjoy socializing with others! Stay Social Twitter The official conference hashtag is #DoDIIS12. We encourage all attendees and exhibitors to use this for collaborative social media communications. Plenary Session Questions Enjoying a Plenary speaker but shy about asking questions? or tweet your questions and they will be asked for you! Send to or send a tweet #DoDIIS12. 6

8 Conference Highlights Booth Awards It takes a lot of thought and effort to create an engaging booth for the Exhibit Hall. To recognize the dedication of our exhibitors, NCSI will present awards to the best booths in four categories: Best Showcase of Technology, Best New Exhibitor, Best Government Booth and People s Choice. To vote for the 2012 People s Choice award visit or simply follow us on and take our quick poll. Have a smartphone ready? Scan the QR code and vote directly! Voting is also available at the NCSI Social Lodge, booth # 541. Voting closes at 1330 on Tuesday, 3 April. Winners will be announced during Plenary Session on Wednesday morning and featured in the Wednesday edition of the DoDIIS Daily News. Defense Intelligence VSAT Network Program (DIVN) The DIA Defense Intelligence VSAT Network (DIVN) Program will provide satellite communication services for the 2012 DoDIIS Worldwide Conference. The Director and CIO remarks, as well as all guest speakers and Plenary Sessions will be made available, real-time, to DIA personnel and Joint Intelligence Community members worldwide. The DIVN team will also perform demonstrations of its capabilities in the areas of video teleconferencing, broadband data throughput, and Voice-over-IP (VoIP) telephony - all of which showcases the Demand Assigned Multiple Access (DAMA) communication technology enabling the DIVN program s ability to support the Intelligence Community customers secure data, voice, and video requirements globally. DIVN Advancing Mission Integration at the Speed of Light to the Tactical Edge Today! The DIVN team can be found in booth # 963. NCSI All-Hands Networking Social Want to hear some good music and have a great time networking with fellow attendees and exhibitors? Then you don t want to miss the All-Hands Networking Social, hosted by General Dynamics and Red Arch! Join us on Monday, from at the Sheraton Denver Downtown. All attendees received a ticket with their registration materials. Extra tickets can be purchased for $20 at the Attendee Registration desk. The All-Hands Networking Social is hosted by: DoDIIS WW Denver CO All-Hands Networking Social Hosted by: Monday 2 April Sheraton Denver Downtown Grand Ballroom All-Hands Networking Social Hosted by: Monday 2 April DoDIIS WW Denver CO Sheraton Denver Downtown Grand Ballroom DoDIIS WW Denver CO 1 Drink 1 Drink DoDIIS WW Denver CO 1 Drink 1 Drink Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of Compliments of DIA Small Business Office Stop by and visit the DIA Small Business Office located in the Exhibit Hall Lounge, booth # 861. DIA Booth Have you ever wondered how IT applications and capabilities work together to prevent a potential threat by creating intelligence? Visit the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) at booth # 233 for the opportunity to walk through five showcased applications as they take a deploying unit through the intelligence cycle. Participants are invited to walk through each step of the intelligence cycle and see how DIA and its partners across the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense work together to better prepare and inform warfighters and policymakers of potential threats and danger. 7

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10 Conference agenda Sunday, 1 April Room Government Town Hall (Civilian & Military) Mr. Roy I. Apseloff Vice Deputy Director for Information Management and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency Government (civilian and military) IT personnel in GDIP funded billets attending the 2012 DoDIIS Worldwide Conference are strongly encouraged to attend the town hall meeting. 9

11 Conference agenda Monday, 2 April Wells Fargo Theatre Morning Announcements Mr. Roy I. Apseloff Vice Deputy Director for Information Management and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency Opening Remarks Mr. Grant M. Schneider Deputy Director for Information Management and Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency Keynote Lieutenant General Ronald L. Burgess, Jr. Director, Defense Intelligence Agency The Army s Network Lieutenant General Susan S. Lawrence Chief Information Officer, G-6, U.S. Army Briefing addresses the importance of a single Joint network to successfully execute the Army s missions for unified land operations and the Title 10 responsibilities; Army s IT challenges; IT Management Reform; network portfolio management; and ongoing efforts Technology Exposition / Networking Break IT Enabling Advanced Defense Intelligence Analysis Mr. Jeffrey N. Rapp Deputy Director for Analysis, Defense Intelligence Agency In an increasingly information dominated environment, information technology is a critical enabler in the production of timely, relevant all-source defense intelligence. Advancing mission integration across the defense intelligence enterprise through innovative approaches ensures our analysts benefit from key capabilities necessary to provide customers the highest quality defense intelligence. The Art of Engagement: Inspiring People, Creating Change, and Making a Difference Mr. Rich Berens President and Chief Client Fanatic, Root Learning Organizations have a lot invested when they are embarking on new strategies and initiatives and most of those initiatives fail because it requires changes to an organization s culture or people. Leaders spend a lot of time perfecting a strategy, but not nearly enough time planning its execution to ensure it will be a success. In this session, Rich Berens, president at Root, explores how organizations can better inspire people and create change to make a difference. He ll identify the canyons that exist in organizations that typically lead to disconnects and ineffective execution at the leader, manager and individual contributor level, as well as the consequences and costs of having a disengaged workforce. This session will outline how leaders can get people engaged by creating a more meaningful connection between the strategy and an individual s role in that strategy by using visualization and systems-view thinking to engage both the heart and minds of people. Cloud Security: Opportunities and Challenges Mr. John Pescatore Vice President and Distinguished Analyst, Gartner, Inc. Lack of security has been a major inhibitor to the use of public cloud computing services, but cloud computing also provides an opportunity for more effective and efficient delivery of security services. This presentation will detail the issues and demonstrate typical cloud security deployment scenarios for a range of enterprise use cases Technology Exposition / Networking Break / Lunch 10

12 Conference agenda Monday, 2 April BREAKOUT SESSIONS Room # How DI2E Works With DoDIIS JWICS Connection Approval Process (JCAP) DoDIIS Software Licensing Process and New Policy Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise - STORMs Update and Demo Strategy and Technical Roadmaps Evolving DoDIIS IT Services Intelligence Community Applications Mall - Aligning Mission Capability Delivery DCGS Data Framework and Data Sharing Across the IC and C2 Communities DoDIIS Enterprise Content Management System (econtent) No Names Left Behind: Better and Faster Arabic, Pashto, and Dari Name Translation A JARM View of DI2E and Data Cloud Frameworks Cloud; The Magic and Myth (PaaS, IaaS, SaaS, Engineered Solutions, MLS) Technology Exposition / Networking Break ( ) COCOM JIOC Challenges and Initiatives ( ) Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise - COR Sessions to Implement Policy Knowledge Management's (KM) New Role in Setting the Benchmark for the Customer - IT Relationship Towards Advancing Mission Integration Distributed Common Ground System-Army (DCGS-A) Standard Cloud (DSC) Survey of Wireless & Mobility Architectures for Communication and Collaboration Large Data Ingestion and Cloud Computing (FMV and Imagery) System Security Engineering Advanced Persistent Threat Cross Domain Products and Technologies Content Discovery and Retrieval Specifications for Composable, Secure Services ICD 503 IC Computer Network Defense - ICD 502 & Integrated Defense of the IC Information Environment UCDMO: A Refocused Vision ( ) Enterprise Cross Domain Services - Partnerships and Progress ( ) INTELINK and Enterprise Cross Domain Services: Going From Strategy to Execution INTELINK - Working Toward a New Horizon 11

13 Conference agenda Tuesday, 3 April Wells Fargo Theatre Morning Announcements Mr. Roy I. Apseloff Vice Deputy Director for Information Management and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency Cyber Security in the Cloud Ms. Patricia Titus Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer, Symantec Developing the cyber security hygiene needed to protect yourself from simple vulnerabilities, let alone complex advanced persistent threats like Stuxent and Duqu, can be daunting. Defense-grade data protection takes better technology, visibility and control especially in the cloud. This session explores winning best practices for cloud security protection, compliance and organizational alignment. Information Sharing--The Need for an Enterprise Approach Mr. Thomas A. Ferguson Principal Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence The lines between National and Military intelligence are blurring - in many cases are gone. Today s missions demand access to information across all classification domains including the unclassified and open internet environment. Synchronization of disparate Service/Agency organizational, architectural and resourcing plans is essential. Based on lessons learned and in a period of declining resources, the Information Enterprise must remove barriers and constraints to data access, use, sharing and dissemination. This Keynote addresses this imperative and challenges the National and Military Intelligence Communities to leverage best practices moving toward a virtually-single, information enterprise commodity, which frees resources for investment in mission capabilities to enhance operational effectiveness. Asymmetric Information Warfare: Challenges and Opportunities in Information Fusion Dr. David L. Hall Dean, College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) and Professor, Information Sciences and Technology (IST), The Pennsylvania State University Rapid changes in information technology, communications and computing infrastructure, combined with a new generation of end-users provide both challenges and opportunities for information fusion in support of national defense and homeland security. Key trends include: (1) the world-wide proliferation of smart phones and mobile computing, (2) advanced sensors and sensing modalities, (3) the emergence of soft and participatory sensing, (4) an avalanche of open-source information, (5) new humancomputer interfaces, (6) a new generation of digital natives, and (7) the cottage industry of application development. These trends lead to the commoditization of Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR). Virtually any individual or small group can obtain high-fidelity surveillance on specified areas of interest via the use of commercial and open source data, along with collaboration via participating observer/collaborators. This ad hoc capability can rival national collection and dissemination resources in limited areas of interest, leading to the equivalent of asymmetric information warfare. This presentation provides perspectives on these challenges and identifies opportunities for the Intelligence Community Technology Exposition / Networking Break Intelligence Integration and the Unifying Intelligence Strategies Mr. Robert Cardillo Deputy Director for Intelligence Integration, Office of the Director of National Intelligence The current ODNI effort to integrate national-level intelligence resourcing, planning and execution dates back almost 40 years. With IRTPA as both directive and guidance, ODNI has matured the Mission Manager concept and combined Analysis and Collection to form the Directorate for Intelligence Integration (DDII), headed by Mr. Robert Cardillo, Deputy Director for Intelligence Integration. Intelligence integration finds its new form with the National Intelligence Manager (NIM) and his/her team, composed of a National Intelligence Officer, a National Intelligence Collection Officer, and a National Counterintelligence Officer. The nine regional and eight functional NIM Teams, in conjunction with the Intelligence Community (IC) Functional Managers and working both inside the IC and throughout the entire U.S. Government, craft Unifying Intelligence Strategies (UIS) to identify priorities and gaps, and to strategically align IC efforts against the highest priorities. Hybrid Cloud, Trust, and Big Data Mr. Patrick Gelsinger President and Chief Operating Officer, EMC Information Infrastructure Products, EMC Corporation Cloud computing is changing the way information technology is architected, deployed and consumed, transforming application-centric IT into data-centric IT, where the information layer becomes the new center of gravity in the data center. To achieve a hybrid cloud model that allows end-users access to information stored on-premise in a private cloud or off-premise in a public cloud, data centers are being transformed into flexible, scalable pools of virtualized infrastructure that can deliver IT as a Service to constituent departments and business units in a much more agile way, while offering the greatest efficiency, control and choice Technology Exposition / Networking Break / Lunch 12

14 Conference agenda Tuesday, 3 April BREAKOUT SESSIONS Room # International Information Systems in a Burden Sharing Environment Integrating Enterprise Security Management Capabilities with Emphasis on IDAM, Digital Policy Management and Smart Data Services/Tools Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise - Q&A Session with AE Capacity Management Defense Intelligence Integrators Guide (DIIG) DIA and JITC Compliance A-Space Transition to i-space Enterprise Search & Integration Services (ES&IS) Intelligence From Raw Data: Applying Text Analytics to Save Time and Lives Open Source Collection Acquisition Requirements Management System (OSCAR- MS) Future Technology - Evolution of Cloud Private Cloud in Military Intelligence Technology Exposition / Networking Break Services Panel: The Services Advancing Mission Integration IT Governance and the Enabling Enterprise Architecture Managing and Creating IT Efficiencies (Engineered Solutions) DIA-NGA Collaborative Service Provider Initiative Data Fusion Framework - How to "Fuse" Structured and Unstructured Data to "Connect the Dots" HUMINT Domain Advanced Analytics Complying with Executive Order 13526: A Best-Practices Methodology to Deter and Detect Threats, and Defend Sensitive Government Data Online Identity Protection Classification Management Tools - Enabling the IC Mission IC Information Technology Enterprise (IC ITE) Strategy IC Cloud Strategy: The Road Ahead IC Computer Network Defense - ICD 502 & Integrated Defense of the IC Information Environment (Repeated) Cross Domain Solutions to the Enterprise Intelligence Community Applications Mall - Delivering the Capability Current Technology/ Capabilities (Cross Domain Baseline and Portfolio) 13

15 Conference agenda Wednesday, 4 April Wells Fargo Theatre Morning Announcements Mr. Roy I. Apseloff Vice Deputy Director for Information Management and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency Transformational Technology Mr. David G. Zanca Senior Vice President, Information Technology, Customer Access & Revenue Systems, FedEx Services Interconnected global networks are one of the most powerful forces today. The air express industry is acknowledged as a reliable indicator of the development of commerce worldwide. With physical and digital networks that connect over 220 countries, FedEx understands the essential need for creating interconnected networks and critical partnerships between people, processes and technologies. Mr. David Zanca, Senior Vice President of IT for FedEx Services, will discuss the innovative culture behind FedEx s pioneering past and its forward focus on what s next. DoD IT Modernization Ms. Teresa M. Takai Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense DoD is moving to an Enterprise approach to Information Technology that is driven by the need to secure and protect while ensuring information sharing in today s constrained budget environment. An Industry Perspective on Advancing Mission Integration Mr. Gerard J. DeMuro Executive Vice President, Information Systems & Technology, General Dynamics The declining budget environment presents an opportunity for positive changes. Innovation and teamwork between industry and government, especially in the alignment of business models with government acquisition, are key in advancing mission integration Technology Exposition / Networking Break BREAKOUT SESSIONS (See page 17 for the Breakout Grid) BREAKOUT SESSIONS (See page 17 for the Breakout Grid) Technology Exposition / Networking Break / Lunch BREAKOUT SESSIONS (See page 17 for the Breakout Grid) Technology Exposition / Networking Break Panel Discussion: Enabling IC Integration: Transitioning to an IC IT Enterprise Moderator: Mr. Al Tarasiuk, Assistant Director of National Intelligence and Chief Information Officer, Intelligence Community Panel Members: Ms. Laura Branton, Deputy Director of Enterprise Architecture and Strategy, National Reconnaissance Office Mr. David L. DeVries, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Information, Integration, and Technology, Department of Defense Mr. Thomas W. Hall, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Strategy, Central Intelligence Agency Dr. Keith Littlefield, Chief Information Officer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Mr. Kelly A. Miller, Deputy Chief Information Officer, National Security Agency/Central Security Service Mr. Grant M. Schneider, Deputy Director for Information Management and Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency Ms. Mary Lynn Schnurr, Director, Intelligence Community Information Management, Army Intelligence Chief Information Officer, Deputy Chief of Staff, G-2 Headquarters, Department of the Army Mr. Neil T. Tipton, Director, Information Sharing and Partner Engagement, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Joint and Coalition Warfighter Support Closing Remarks Mr. Grant M. Schneider Deputy Director for Information Management and Chief Information Officer, Defense Intelligence Agency 14

16 Conference agenda Wednesday, 4 April BREAKOUT SESSIONS Room # Commercial Best Practices for Software Asset Management "Big Data" - Security and Scale in the Era of On-Demand IT Satellite Systems Overview and Threat Assessments JWICS Today and Tomorrow Poritco Next Evolution (PNE) DoDIIS Cross Domain Management Office 2012 and Forward IC Information Technology Enterprise (IC ITE) Strategy (Repeated) Enterprise Search New Capabilities Common Operating Environment Conducting Acquisition Technical Management via an Automated Technology Workflow "Big Data" Problem vs. Big "Data Problem" IT Asset Management at DIA/ITAM Eracent Project Intelligence Mission Management Center (IMMC) Initiative Within PACOM/IC Automating Records Management Using Predictive Technologies Reaching Your Audience with Real Time Publication of Intelligence IDAM Update: The isicmember Attribute: Adding to the ABAC Toolkit Cross Domain Security Assessment Standardization - The Road to Reciprocity Technology Exposition / Networking Break / Lunch Mission Engagement: Becoming the Trusted Partner Supply Chain Risk Management for Government and Industry Partners Big Data Challenge Providing Geospatial Visualization Services Transforming Entity Extraction into Advanced Analytics Advancing Analytics in the Cloud Through GEOINT Research & Development Usage Management in Multi-Level Security Environments NGA Deployment of the Virtual Desktop Assured Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) Interoperability C4ISR THE VALUE OF BEING ABLE TO SEE THE BIG PICTURE IN THE SMALLEST DETAILS. Designed for maximum effectiveness and affordability, Northrop Grumman C4ISR systems are uniquely ready for the real world. We developed the MOSA-C business and open architecture strategy that makes it easier to add new technology and capabilities over the life cycle avoiding vendor lock-in and reducing costs. And our user-centric design philosophy continuously meets the warfighters ever-changing operational needs. That s why we re a leader in responsive, flexible C4ISR solutions. THE VALUE OF PERFORMANCE Northrop Grumman Corporation 15

17 breakout session Key & Details Applications Security & Cyber Big Data Sharing Business Intelink Service Management Center (ISMC) Cloud ODNI Management Framework UCDMO DOD & DNI UCDMO Partners Monday, 2 April Room # How DI2E Works With DoDIIS Ms. Lorraine Wilson, OUSD(I) This breakout will focus on how DoDIIS, DI2E, and IC Cloud Reference Implementation will come together, and core services to collaboratively synchronize between environments. Room # Strategy and Technical Roadmaps Mr. Erin Redmond, DIA This presentation links the four goals of the DS Strategic Vision to the DIA Strategy and introduces the Technology Strategy and Roadmap a vision for future technologies in six focus areas. Room # DoDIIS Software Licensing Process and New Policy Mr. Robert Henschen, DIA The breakout will provide an overview of the processes for DoDIIS Software Licensing for customers, managers and vendors. Review new DIA Policy on software licensing and how it affects PMs, contractors, finance personnel, customers and acquisition staff. Review the processes involved in acquiring licenses and procuring new software. Give overview of DoDIIS COTS software standards. Room # Intelligence Community Applications Mall Aligning Mission Capability Delivery Mr. Jason Kahn, NSA In support of the IC IT Efficiencies activates, the NSA is engaging the community to deliver common platforms, storefronts and application standards for the delivery of mission and business applications. 16

18 Monday, 2 APRIL For track key, please see page 16 Room # DoDIIS Enterprise Content Management System (econtent) Ms. Barbara Sullivan, DIA econtent s objective is to satisfy the mission-critical intelligence requirement to capture, store, distribute and control access to evaluated intelligence products and analytic source files from organizations throughout the national and defense Intelligence Communities. econtent supports the DIAP goal to provide timely, objective and cogent military intelligence to warfighters, defense planners, and defense and national policy makers. econtent is the principal repository for defense intelligence analysis products and facilitates current business processes for managing products and content through integration of supporting technologies and compliance with community standards; provides a PL3 solution to support storage and processing of HCS, GAMMA, and ORCON, using a standards-based, service-oriented architecture (SOA) approach; provides support to both open and closed communities of interest (COIs); provides Need-to-Share (NTS)/ ICD-501 Discovery and Access Management of HCS, GAMMA, and ORCON products/documents using User Attributes available from via DIA (i.e., DIAS groups, Scattered Castles, and GIMMEE). Room # A JARM View of DI2E and Data Cloud Frameworks Mr. Christopher Biow, MarkLogic The Joint Architecture Reference Model provides a complementary view for Data Cloud Frameworks such as DI2E. We explore presentation, data services, and infrastructure levels with emphasis on analytics applications. Room # Content Discovery and Retrieval Specifications for Composable, Secure Services Ms. Susan Jaxel, ODNI There are many attempts at defining Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), more than a few being circular in their references between SOA and services. The OASIS SOA Reference Model provides a different focus: Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is a paradigm for organizing and utilizing distributed capabilities that may be under the control of different ownership domains. This is important in the context of security and SOA for two reasons. First, a significant motivation for SOA is the reuse of services from different sources, enabling the composition of basic building blocks into more complex solutions. If services are the means to utilizing distributed capabilities within compositions, they must be appropriately scoped and provide functionality that is widely applicable to many solutions. It is also important to be clear what we mean by and expect of composability. Second, if we are to cross ownership in using services, there must be sufficient trust among actors for them to be willing to participate in service interactions. One element of establishing trust is sufficient and predictable security. The breakout will explore both of these aspects of the secure use of services. We will review the efforts of the Joint IC/DoD Content Discovery and Retrieval (CDR) Integrated Product Team (IPT) to define the core components needed to address the CDR challenges and begin to look at what the composition of services implementing these core components can provide. We consider the variety of compositions possible and then discuss the needs of CDR solution architects to be well-versed in and be able to incorporate security guidance when designing service solutions. The overall goal is to sensibly enable rather than reflexively limit the flexibility that a SOA ecosystem is expected to deliver. Room # System Security Engineering Mr. Dorian Pappas, NSA Increasing the effectiveness of risk management requires System Security Engineering to be incorporated throughout the systems lifecycle. A key element of this strategy is the SSE process and guidelines that apply to all system lifecycle stages across a variety of domains and environments. These applications include: aerospace, commerce, critical infrastructure, government, industrial, intelligence, military and finance. Room # 404 UCDMO Unified Cross Domain Management Office (UCDMO): A Refocused Vision Ms. Sandi Roddy, UCDMO DOD & DNI Cross Domain (CD) technologies enable trusted information sharing between security domains and across the cyber plane. The UCDMO is the central knowledge broker, focusing on pertinent CD governance, reciprocity, capabilities and risk challenges. This overview outlines our re-focused mission and operational objectives, with emphasis on enterprise CD services across the IC. 17

19 breakout session details Room # JWICS Connection Approval Process (JCAP) Mr. Jeremy Behrens, DIA This brief will go over the upcoming new JWICS Connection Approval Process (JCAP) to provide an understanding of the changes being enacted in response to detailed information not being available. Room # Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise STORMs Update and Demo Ms. Camille Lakhani, DIA STORMs update and demonstration for industry only. This presentation will ensure vendors are aware and follow instructions for uploads to the database. Room # Evolving DoDIIS IT Services Mr. Douglas Cate, DIA The DIA DS Services model has been focused on infrastructure. It has yet to address customer functional missions where IT capabilities are implemented and managed based on the functional mission and priority of the supported customer. To be successful, IT managers must have a detailed understanding of the supported mission areas. This session will cover the IT Maturity Model, compare the DS Services Model to the IC Joint Architecture Reference Model and discuss how to align DIA IT services to the new IT governance structure. Room # DCGS Data Framework and Data Sharing Across the IC and C2 Communities Mr. Giuliano Rubini, USAF This discussion features the DCGS Data Framework, a government open source, software framework for intelligence and C2 sharing across the Intelligence and Command, and Control communities. Room # No Names Left Behind: Better and Faster Arabic, Pashto, and Dari Name Translation Ms. Jennifer Flather, Basis Technology; Mr. Joel Ross, Basis Technology This talk will introduce the components of Highlight available to ICD users via ODNI through problem-solving scenarios, such as forensic processing of digital media to extract and translate personal names, and deciphering personal names from a visitor request form. Room # Cloud; The Magic and Myth (PaaS, IaaS, SaaS, Engineered Solutions, MLS) Mr. David Knox, Oracle Computer workloads are not the same. Most of today s enterprises run varied sets of workloads with a system to run database, applications, some middle ware and analytics, and means to enrich the user experience. Further, missions and world events necessitate the development of an analytical and utility cloud compute constructs that allow for secure, cost effective, quick context switching clouds. In this discussion we will outline best practices and approach to integrate, federate and secure cloud technologies. Room # Advanced Persistent Threat Mr. David Marcus, McAfee The threat landscape is rapidly changing to one of advanced persistent threats and stealth attacks. Recognizing that a new approach is needed to stay ahead of cybercriminals while ensuring that users have an engaging and productive computing experience, it is essential that devices are protected against intrusions from security breaches and malware in more effective ways. Every type of device is vulnerable, and it is this recognition combined with the desire to take a holistic approach to secure computing that led to the DeepSafe technology. With DeepSafe, McAfee and Intel are working to change the industry by combining the power of hardware and software to create much more sophisticated ways to prevent attacks. Cybercriminals know how to evade current operating systems-based security, demanding a new paradigm - security beyond the operating system. 18

20 Monday, 2 APRIL For track key, please see page 16 Room # ICD 503 Mr. Frank Sinkular, UCDMO We will provide an update to ICD 503 implementation. It will include policy and process as the IC moves forward in finalizing the transition from the rescinded DCID 6/3. Room # Solutions for the Information Technology Enterprise - COR Sessions to Implement Policy Ms. Camille Lakhani, DIA; Mr. David Ziner, DIA COR session to implement policy for COR files and STORMs updates. Room # 404 UCDMO Enterprise Cross Domain Services Partnerships and Progress Mr. Bruce Calkins, UCDMO DOD & DNI This presentation will highlight current and planned activities towards IC-wide and DoD-wide Enterprise Cross Domain Services (ECDS), discuss key community partnerships, identify progress and assess challenges. Room # INTELINK and Enterprise Cross Domain Services: Going From Strategy to Execution Mr. Alex Voultepsis, INTELINK In response to mission needs from U.S. Treasury, INTELINK and the UCDMO engage the broad community to navigate a successful course of action to deliver cross domain services to the Enterprise Technology Exposition / Networking Break Room # COCOM JIOC Challenges and Initiatives Moderator: Mr. John Marshall, Joint Staff Panel Members: Mr. Jose Arredondo, USFK; Mr. Thomas Coughlin, SOCOM; Mr. Richard Hoehne, EUCOM; CAPT Bruce Loveless, PACOM; Mr. Terence Meyer, CENTCOM; Mr. Gary Thompson, SOUTHCOM; Mr. Nicholas Whiteside, TRANSCOM; Mr. James Williams, Joint Staff This panel will be comprised of COCOM JIOC representatives providing their perspective of Intelligence IT capabilities gaps, and requirements to meet their theater missions. Room # Knowledge Management s (KM) New Role in Setting the Benchmark for the Customer IT Relationship Towards Advancing Mission Integration Mr. Brian Fila, DIA Through effective partnership with DS, DIA s Directorate for Analysis Knowledge Management Office is establishing the benchmark for the customer-it relationship focused on achieving mission integration into the 21st century. Room # Distributed Common Ground System Army (DCGS-A) Standard Cloud (DSC) COL Charles Wells, PEO IEWS The DCGS-A Standard Cloud program s implementation of the IC Cloud Computing Reference Architecture Version 2.0 demonstrates its intent to unify defense intelligence infrastructure and information sharing initiatives. Room # Survey of Wireless & Mobility Architectures for Communication and Collaboration Mr. Michael Harttree, Cisco This survey will review existing and emerging wireless and mobility architectures designed to support Intelligence and DoD enterprise and expeditionary operations. 19

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