May 27 - 29, 2020 | Washington, D.C.

Intelligence Analytics 2019

Converting Data into Actionable Intelligence
The increase for artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation is prevalent and relevant in the Intelligence Community. The 2019 Intelligence Analytics Summit will focus on key areas within this space, covering topics related to:
  • Real time Analytics
  • Operationalizing Big Data
  • Verifying and Validating Critical Masses of Information
  • Defining Risks of Severe External Threats
  • Leveraging Automation to Shift to Actionable Intelligence
  • OSINT tools to help analyze information more effectively

Intelligence Analytics brings together thought leaders to discuss challenges and solutions within the Intelligence Community and the direction forward. 
At our 2018 summit, we learned from the U.S. Army, NSA, CIA, IARPA, DARPA and ODNI about opportunities to strengthen forecasting through emerging advances in analytics, Analyzing key figures and organizations that pose threats to the US, and Leading the IC’s efforts to enhance returns on investments in technology & facilities.
Government and Active Military Always Attend for Free
We hope to see you at the 2019 Intelligence Analytics Event!


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Why Attend?

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Dive into policy and requirements for standardization; learn about compliance requirements for the next generation technology across the intelligence community

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Discover new emerging technologies and innovative strategies to enhance real time analytics, increased processing performance and storage capabilities to meet the needs of an ever-changing environment

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Test new technologies and applications to speed up the analytics process and maximize storage capabilities during our Demo Drive, evaluate and analyze the tools that will enhance operational efficiencies

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Past Attendee List

Everything You Need to Know About the $2.7 Billion Increase in the U.S. Intelligence Budget for FY 2019

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