1:00 pm – Opening Keynote Address: Securing Your World
- Ted Cope, Senior Executive with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency
- Tony Frazier, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Insight at Digital Globe, the leader in remote sensing and geospatial industries
1:50 pm — Innovator Awards Ceremony
2:00 pm – Live Demonstration/Unveiling of a New Innovative Technology Solution
2:00 – 5:30 pm – Exhibits Open
2:30 pm – Set I Breakout Sessions
- Session 1: Cyber Security Innovations, Trends and Initiatives: A unique perspective from the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Center for Innovative Technology and the Virginia Tech University Research Center.
- Rick Gordon, Managing Partner for the MACH37™ Cybersecurity Accelerator for the Center for Innovative Technology
- Virginia Tech Research Center
- Session 2: Latest emerging technology trends: Insights and perspectives from budding entrepreneurs and cutting edge small businesses.
- Moderator: Ken Spedden, Founder of the Innovative Solutions Consortium, a national science and technology public-private partnership non-profit association.
- Session 3: Human Interface with New Technologies: Focusing on how humans consume and use them, especially as it relates to helping protect and support individuals with disabilities and special needs.
- Teresa Shea, National Institutes of Health (NIH), Center for Information Technology (CIT), Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO)
3:15 pm – Networking Break
4:00 pm – Set II Breakout Sessions
- Session 4: Modern Approaches to Multi-Intelligence Analysis.
- Keith Johnson, Director for Advanced Analytics within Lockheed Martin’s ISG&S National Product Line
- Session 5: Academia Technology Forum: Academia’s role in the new climate of Innovation
- Dr. Frederic Lemieux, Professor and Director of Police Science and Security & Safety Leadership Programs at George Washington University
- Dr. Krzysztof (Krys) Cios, Professor and Chair, Department of Computer Science, School of Engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University
- Dr. Arun K. Sood, Professor (Computer Science) & Co-Director, International Cyber Center, Volgenau School of Information Technology & Engineering at George Mason University
- Session 6: Secure Communications: In the new era of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), developing secure communication technologies are necessary for protecting both your personal and government sensitive information.
- Cisco Systems
4:50 pm – Closing Keynote Address: The Importance of Civic Innovation
- Dr. David Bray, Chief Information Officer for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
5:15 pm – Evening Reception