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Technology Training Corporation www.ttcus.com Announces "Biometrics Systems Technologies" symposium

Where: Washington, DC When: June 3-4, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Rosslyn at Key Bridge, 1900 North Fort Myer Dr., Arlington, VA 22209 (703-707-2000)

 
 
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PRLog - Apr. 22, 2014 - TORRANCE, Calif. -- Over 20 Experts from: DFBA, DoD PM Biometrics, DIA, DARPA, DHS, FBI, DOJ, OPNAV, HQ USMC, AFOSI, NIST, GAO, Northrop Grumman, BAE, IBM, SRI, BehavioSEC, CRossMatch, and MorphoTrust examine:

Government Plans, Challenges, Needs, and Initiatives

Biometric-Enabled Intelligence - from Headquarters to the Tactical Edge

Active Identity Authentication and Identity Management

Emerging "Big Data" Biometrics- Missions and Applications

The Latest Tools and Techniques for Collecting, Processing, Exploiting and Disseminating Biometric Data

Emerging Technologies - Mobile, Multi-Modal Biometrics; Biometric Fusion; Biometrics in the Cloud; Rapid DNA Analysis and more!

About the Program:

The proliferationof new collection devices, a range if new developments in recognition technologies, innovative approaches to biometric sensor and data fusion, and the emergence of powerful analytic tools give defense, intelligence, homeland security, and law enforcement official important new capabilities to carry out there missions.  Now, experts are working on the ability to marry biometric information with intelligence artifacts and products from the non-biometric environment.  Add to this the emergence of new "big data" tools, technologies and capabilities for analyzing large-scale data inputs from multiple sources, and biometric-enabled intelligence promises to provide a powerful new means of analyzing and predicting risks from potential enemy actions in near-real time.

This outstanding symposium brings together the government and industry experts who are at the forefront of developing the next generation of analytics-based biometrics.  They will provide you with a comprehensive picture of DoD, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement and Intelligence Community biometric and biometric data analytic plans, needs, technical  challenges and emerging capabilities and opportunities.  What is the future of key Government biometric and biometric data analytic programs and initiatives?  How can we cope with, and much less manage, the ever-increasing volume of biometric inputs?  How can the large-scale analytics associated with "big data" help?  What role will "the cloud" play?  What are the latest advances in biometric data analytics for dealing with the challenges in active identity authentication in mobile environments?  What are the prospects for on-demand identity intelligence?  Rapid, real-time DNA analytics?

These and many critical questions will be examined during this important two-day symposium and exhibition.

Agenda Day 1:

9:00-9:05

Administrative Announcements

9:05-9:35

MR. DON SALO, Director, Defense Forensics and

Biometrics Agency (DFBA), DoD/US Army

Keynote: “DFBA’s Role in DoD Biometrics”

9:35-10:05

MR. DALTON JONES, Senior Biometrics,

Forensics and Identity Intelligence Executive,

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)

Keynote: “Data Analytics and Biometrics”

10:05-10:35

COLONEL SANDY VANN-OLEJASZ, Project

Manager, Defense Biometrics

Keynote: “Project Management Office,

DoD Biometrics”

10:35-10:55

Coffee and Networking

10:55-11:25

MR. SHONNIE LYON, Director, Office of Biometric

Identity Management (OBIM), Department of

Homeland Security

Keynote: “OBIM Perspectives and Initiatives”

11:25-11:55

MR. JAMES LOUDERMILK, Senior Level

Technologist, Director’s Office, Federal Bureau

of Investigation (FBI)

“FBI Perspectives and Initiatives”

11:55-1:15

Lunch Break

1:15-1:45

MR. RICHARD GUIDORIZZI, Program Manager,

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

(DARPA)

“DARPA Perspectives and Initiatives”

1:45-2:15

MS. PATRICIA WOLFHOPE, Senior Program

Manager, Science and Technology Directorate,

Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

“DHS Operational Perspectives”

2:15-2:45

DR. MARK GREENE, Program Manager,

National Institute of Justice, Department of

Justice (NIJ/DOJ)

“NIJ RDT&E for Criminal Justice

Applications”

2:45-3:15

Refreshments and Networking

3:15-3:45

DR. CHARLES LI, Technical Director,

Border Security, Biometrics and Identity

Management, IBM

“Data Analytics and Identity Management”

3:45-4:15

MR. MARK CLIFTON, Vice President and General

Manager, Products and Services, SRI International

“Breaking the Barriers of Iris Capture

and Recognition”

4:15-4:45

MR. ERIK BOWMAN, Chief Engineer, DoD

Automated Biometric Identification System (ABIS),

Northrop Grumman

“Biometric Data Storage and

Biometric Intelligence”

4:45-5:15

MR. JOSELITO BALIBAY, Branch Head, WMD

Detection, OPNAV N96 [invited]

“Navy Perspectives and Initiatives”


Agenda Day 2:

9:00-9:05

Administrative Announcements

9:05-9:35

MR. JEREMY GRANT, Senior Executive Advisor,

Identity Management, National Institute of

Standards and Technology [tentative]

“Challenges and Capabilities in

Identity Management”

9:35-10:05

MAJOR MARK SCHAEFER, Chief, Intelligence

Plans and Policy, Intelligence Department, and

MR. EDWARD WARFORD, Operations Officer,

HQMC Intelligence Plans,

Headquarters US Marine Corps (HQ USMC)

“Biometrics, Identity Operations and

Identity Intelligence”

10:05-10:35

MS. JENNIFER GROVER, Director,

Homeland Security and Justice,

Government Accountability Office (GAO)

“GAO Perspectives on Development and

Implementation of the Transportation Worker

Identification Credential (TWIC) Program”

10:35-10:55

Coffee and Networking

10:55-11:25

DR. THOMAS CALLAGHAN, Senior Biometric

Scientist, Biometric Analysis Division,

Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)

“Rapid DNA Analysis”

11:25-11:55

MR. PAUL HUNTER, Deputy Chief, Biometrics

Division, US Customs and Immigration

Service (USCIS), Department of Homeland

Security (DHS)

“USCIS Biometric Systems, Technologies,

and Future Direction”

11:55-1:30

Lunch Break

1:30-2:00

MR. RICHARD HUBER, Chief Technology Officer

MorphoTrust

“Biometrics in the Cloud”

2:00-2:30

DR. JAMES CAMBIER, Vice President,

CrossMatch Technologies

“Mobile Biometrics”

2:30-2:45

Refreshments and Networking

2:45-3:15

MR. ALAN COLON, Director, Biometrics and

Law Enforcement, BAE Systems [tentative]

“Identity Management and Law Enforcement”

3:15-3:45

COLONEL HUMBERTO MORALES, Vice

Commander, Air Force Office of Special

Investigation [invited]

“Biometrics and Identity Intelligence”

3:45-4:15

DR. NEIL COSTIGAN, Chief Executive Officer,

BehavioSec

“Active Authentication”

Contact
Bradford Barrett
310-320-8110
bbarrett@ttcus.com

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