• The Future of Federal Manufacturing: Innovation for Mission Success

    Technology continues to accelerate and disrupt design and manufacturing in the federal sector. It’s not just a matter of improving quality or reducing costs. Recent advances are radically transforming the way things are designed, made, and used, providing agencies with the opportunity to embrace innovation and adapt to evolving mission requirements. Register Now

  • Outthink Threats with Open Source Intelligence

    Today's criminals, terrorists and threat actors use a variety of means to execute their threats, often leaving a hidden trail of insights behind them. By analyzing a variety of data sets, like open source data, intelligence agencies and analysts can uncover those critical insights and use them to detect and disrupt threats. Social media, news sources, dark web data, and open source data often holds the proverbial needle in the haystack that can be the key to identifying criminal or terrorist networks and critical intelligence about their plans. Register Now

  • Taking Control of Your Data

    Years of explosive data growth have created an unstructured data nightmare for organizations across the DOD community. Data growth is predicted to be at 40 percent a year for at least the next decade. This data will be scattered across private, hybrid and public cloud architectures, making it difficult to access, manage and secure. The reality is addressing today’s data deluge takes more than storage capacity. Rather, DOD organizations must find a way to identify and protect their most critical information while also eliminating information that lacks value. In this webcast, Col. Linda Jantzen, Acting Director, Army Architecture Integration Center and the Army's Chief Data Officer, will discuss the service’s forthcoming data strategy and its potential applications. Register Now