Learn how data science and emerging technologies can support the development of actionable intelligence through an examination of successful strategies and case studies. This program is ideal for Intelligence Community professionals; federal, state and local law enforcement; and those with an interest in intelligence and national security.
- Dr. Ronald J. Clark, former Deputy Under Secretary for the National Protection and Programs Directorate, U.S. Department of Homeland Security; former member of the White House National Security Council Staff; retired Marine Corps infantry and force reconnaissance officer.
- Dr. Paul Kantor, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University. Dr. Kantor’s research centers on the practical role of information systems, with particular emphasis on evaluating system effectiveness. He will review data science research programs, with emphasis on the challenges of translating that research into tools that work in operational settings.
- Welcoming Remarks & Morning Keynote Address: Data Science and the Intelligence Community
- The Practical Application of Data Science in Developing Intelligence Driven Security Programs
- Afternoon Keynote Address: Prescient Insights or Perilous Path? The Challenges of Big Data in a World Where Everything Gets Hacked
- Opioids: Combating the Crisis with Data
- Safeguarding Civil Liberties in the Surveillance Era & Closing Remarks