Cross Domain Threat & Risk Charting and Analytics Information Day. March 14, 2016, Reston VA USA



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Our society faces threats and risks from many sources and through many channels. These threats and risks are increasingly multi-dimensional in nature - spanning both physical and cyber space. Only by analyzing, federating, and sharing information across multiple domains (i.e. critical infrastructure, cyber, health and human services, public safety), can we effectively counter and respond to multi-dimensional threats. Our community initiative is focused on driving the federation and secure sharing of threat, risk and provenance information across multiple domains, technologies and data formats. Domains of interest include but are not limited to cyber security, law enforcement and public safety, counter terrorism, critical infrastructure, health and emergency management. Our ability to understand, mediate and respond to all nature of threats is highlighted by government initiatives such as the U.S. Cyber security act of 2015.

Community Building
This critical need suggests a community of interest (COI) that can help bring together the mission focus for integrated threat & risk management and situational awareness combined with the standards, technologies and capabilities to do so. This information day and standards activities facilitates the process of building a robust COI concerning multidimensional risks and threats.

Standards Development
An OMG standards process is underway to federate, integrate and map operational threat and risk information across diverse domains, technologies and organizations regardless of the technology, schema or domain. Implementations of this standard will be able to "connect the dots" between disparate information sources as well as translate between different organizations, formats and vocabularies.

Join us Monday afternoon for an information day that includes both cross-domain enterprise architecture and cross domain threat and risk analytics. Information providers, consumers, aggregators and analysis are encouraged to join in our initiative.


1300 - 1330 Welcome & Introduction - State of the Standard
Cory Casanave, President & CEO, Model Driven Solutions

Introduction and a shared description of the current efforts and collaboration of the submission team.

1330 - 1430 User Panel Session
Moderator - Vijay Mehra, KYM Advisors
  • International STEM Education - Niquelle Cotton, CEO/Strategist, Q-Factor, LLC, and Board Member - Girls Thinking Global
  • Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation - Rex Booth, Senior Cyber Security Software Expert
  • Nation Initiative for Cyber Security Education - Andre Thornton, Engineering and Business Leader, Lockheed Martin
  • LEDIOS/Lockheed Martin - Brian Russell, Chief Engineer - Cyber Security Solutions, Leidos
  • Department of Education - Anna Marie Matos, IT Security Specialist, U.S. Department of Education

This panel of Public and Industry experts discuss challenges and share specific use cases derived from the public domain. Efforts in Academia, Federal, and State perspectives, impact of privacy and Internet of things in charting threats and managing risk analytics. Discussion on sharing information across dissimilar domains, education, healthcare, financial systems, and others.

1430 - 1450 Afternoon Refreshments
1450 - 1545 Industry Panel
Moderator - Gerald Beuchelt, Chief Security Officer, Demandware, Inc.
  • IBM - Bruce Douglass, Chief Evangelist, IBM Rational
  • Model Driven Solutions - Cory Casanave, President & CEO, Model Driven Solutions
  • KDM Analytics - Nikolai Mansourov, CTO, KDM Analytics, Inc.
1545 - 1630 Threat Model Review - Team Threat
1630 - 1700 Open Dialogue
1700 Network Close

Companion Event Notice
If you have time Monday morning, feel free to check out the UAF® & MBSE Information Day. This complimentary Morning event explores how to leverage MBSE with Architecture modeling in an integrated and disciplined approach, enabling the modernization of complex systems (Systems of Systems, C4I systems and heavy industry systems), bringing together thought leaders from government, system integrators, the UAF development team, and practitioners to discuss the challenges, strategies, and current and emerging practices, and to inform the user community on the path forward. UAF with MBSE attendees will have the opportunity to exchange experiences and ideas.

If you register for the OMG Technical Meeting Week, you do not have to pay additional fee(s) (if applicable) to attend any or all of the special events. If you register only for a specific special event, then the relevant special fees apply. This event is scheduled for the morning only and lunch is not included.


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