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Intelligence Analytics Summit 2020 Official Agenda

Intelligence Analytics Summit 2020 will focus on covering; large scale data collection and validation, real time actionable intelligence exchange and creating a cross-services and cross-allies unified language as well as looking at the latest technologies supporting Intelligence Analytics includi ...

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Intelligence Analytics Online Guide

Intelligence Analytics Online Summit 2020 will provide you with a unique opportunity to network with the decision makers across the intelligence community who are changing analytics concepts and paving the way for future shared platforms based on agile and professional human factors, backed by the leading AI technologies.

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Intelligence Analytics Postponement Update

In line with the guidance provided by CDC, WHO and the Federal Government we have taken the decision to postpone the Intelligence Analytics Summit that was due to take place April 7-9, 2020. As the health and safety of our attendees, speakers, sponsors and staff are our primary concern...Please keep...

Past Attendee Snapshot

Take a look at the industry professionals that attended last year - you can expect to see similar people this year! Don’t miss your opportunity to meet face-to-face with these decision-makers.

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Intelligence Analytics Current Attendee Snapshot

Take a look at the industry professionals that will be attending the Intelligence Analytics Summit in April. Don’t miss your opportunity to build relationships with these decision-makers.

Reports

What's Next on the Horizon for Intelligence Analytics? 2020 Technology & Strategic Outlook Report

As the number and variety of data sources continue to grow exponentially, the U.S. intelligence community, from the DoD to the CIA, have access to more data than ever. However, as the variety and types of data available grow, so do the challenges related to the management and accessibility of...

The Future of Intelligence Analytics: Small Data Intelligence vs. Big Data Analysis

The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC), both the so-called “alphabet agencies” such as the CIA, FBI, and NSA, as well as the various intelligence components of the Department of Defense are constantly seeking to know the enemy. Whether it is to gain a strategic advantage in war, defend the homeland against...

Expert Interviews, Analysis & Infographics

A Conversation with Russ Travers, Deputy Director of the National Counterterrorism Center

Ahead of the 2019 Summit, we spoke with Mr. Russ Travers, Deputy Director of the National Counterterrorism Center. In this exclusive Q&A, Mr. Travers shares insights on:The largest challenges in terrorism analysisHow the use of machine learning and artificial intelligence will evolve over the next five years within the realm...

What You Need to Know About the $2.7B Increase in the FY19 Intelligence Budget

Ahead of the 2019 summit, we took a look at the $2.7 billion increase in the U.S. intelligence budget for FY19. The intelligence budget provides for the National Intelligence Program and the Military Intelligence Program. Download this infographic for a complete breakdown of the FY19 spending!

The Growing Importance of AI & Machine Learning in Intelligence Operations

Ahead of the 2019 summit, we spoke with COL Benjamin Ring, Director, ARD/J-9, USCYBERCOM, to learn about the growing use of AI and ML within intelligence analytics. More specifically, COL Ring shares insights on:Five year outlook on the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning within intelligence analyticsThe benefits of...

Past Presentations

Building a Machine Learning Factory: Going from Science Projects to Mission-Critical Execution of Machine Augmented Analytics

Innovation can and does occur in Bill Hewlett’s garage, but ultimately you need a production-strength ISO 9001 factory. This is also true for high performance data analysis projects. R and python are great tools for research and for science projects -- in the best sense of the word. Innovative approaches...

Using Dark Data and Data Science to Track the Money Trail

Empowering analysts to extract information from ‘dark data’ sourcesCrafting advanced predictive models, with minimal data science skills, to automatically identify suspicious banking transactionsTracking down dangerous non-state actors before they can fund threatening operationsPresentation by Doug Ellis, VP Global Solution Architects, Altair

The Challenges of Going Dark

Exploring alternative analytical methods that can help to circumvent the limitations posed by encryption of dataPresentation by Frederic Lemieux, Professor of the Practice and Faculty Director of the MPS in Applied Intelligence, Georgetown University