March 26 - 28, 2012, Hilton Arlington, Virginia
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Sign-up for this in-depth and interactive series of workshops and examine the most current perspectives from the foremost experts in different aspects of collaborative IT. Experienced operators will gain exposure to advanced concepts and techniques, while others will gain the familiarity and exposure necessary for them to inform their decision making.
This session will discuss developments in Simulation-Based Analysis and
Training (SimBAT). Specifically with regard to cognitive and cultural heuristics
and biases in intelligence analysis, the role of heterogeneous collaboration in
problem-identification and hypothesis-generation and the application of
advanced methodology in hypothesis-testing and problem solving.
Additionally, in order to develop sound strategic modeling and planning,
the session will cover new strategic model-design methodology which
helps guide analysts in strategic 'critical factors analysis' (CFA): the
identification and characterization of what DoD calls political, military,
economic and social 'critical factors' (centers of gravity and associated
critical capabilities, requirements and vulnerabilities).
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National Maritime Intelligence Center
This workshop will provide knowledge concerning the myriad challenges involved in maintaining security in an increasing open information environment. Information today moves through channels that are unprecedented – namely, via social networks. Social media represents a massive body of data and is an increasingly important method for sharing data worldwide. As such, the IC cannot afford to avoid the social web. When tapping into this resource, striking the appropriate balance between network security and the ability to rapidly access a wide set of data is a critical issue if efforts towards increased collaboration are to be sustained. Recent security breaches, resulting both from leaks and technical exploits, will be examined with an eye on how organizations can move away from reactive measures.
President and Founder
Professor of International Relations and Middle Eastern Studies
The New School and New York University
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