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930gov: IT Tradeshow & Conference : Wednesday, August 21


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The DGI Government IPv6 & Networking Conference and Tactical IT Solutions to Impact Agency Mission Conference are held in-conjunction with the 930gov Tradeshow & Conference. Registrants are invited to attend any session or events on this date.


930gov Technology, Innovation, IT Strategy: Track 1



930gov Records Management, eDiscovery, Cyber Forensics: Track 2













8:25

Welcome and Opening Remarks


SmoyerMike Smoyer, President, Digital Government Institute




Welcome and Opening Remarks



8:30

Consumer Electronics: The Next Digital Decade


DuBravac Shawn DuBravac, Chief Economist and Senior Director of Research, Consumer Electronics Association -- the preeminent trade association representing more than 2,000 technology companies and the producer of the InternationalCES, the world’s largest annual innovation event. Hear what innovative tech devices and trends are affecting our workplace and home environments.




Managing Government Records Directive: What all Departments Need to Know


Wester Paul Wester, Chief Records Officer for the U.S. Government, NARA




9:30

Visit Exhibit Hall
(Exhibit Hall Open 9:30AM - 2:00PM)


Visit Exhibit Hall
(Exhibit Hall Open 9:30AM - 2:00PM)


10:00

Continuous Monitoring for InfoSec and IT Operations: Is Sharing of Monitoring Tools Feasible in all Agencies


Bender Ed Bender, Head Federal Systems Engineer, SolarWinds




Security Intelligence through Endpoint Analytics: Deriving Insight from Chaos


Every day, massive activity is being generated by the endpoints and servers across your enterprise, while malware is silently propagating beneath it all. In this session, we will discuss how the vast wealth of ever-changing data from the endpoints and servers scattered across the enterprise can be harnessed as a source for big data security analytics. We will demonstrate how this data can be captured and leveraged for security analytic purposes in order to expose hidden threats lurking underneath the deluge of endpoint activity. Part of the Security Playbook Series.

Di Bello Anthony Di Bello, Strategic Relationship Manager, Guidance Software




10:45

Visit Exhibit Hall
Digital Government Institute Raffle #1


Visit Exhibit Hall
Digital Government Institute Raffle #1


11:15

How Government Can Meet Budget and IT Needs in FY 2013


TeminTom Temin, Anchor, The Federal Drive, Federal News Radio, and Principal, Thomas R. Temin Associates (moderator)



Charles Steve Charles, Co-founder & Executive Vice President, immixGroup




Davie Mary Davie, Assistant Commissioner, Office of Integrated Technology Services (ITS), Federal Acquisition Service (FAS) GSA


Street Michelle Street, PhD, Procurement Analyst, CIO-SP3, CIO-SP3 Small Business and ECS III GWAC Program, NIH Information Technology Acquisition and Assessment Center (NITAAC)




Mind the Gap: Automating Security Incident Response


An average of 500,000 attacks strikes the networks of government agencies and Fortune 500 companies daily. Any delay in response costs you time and money and increases the risk of significant data loss or widespread damage. In this session, we will explain how automating the security incident response process can help reduce time, costs and risks by zeroing in on affected endpoints at the moment of alert to immediately validate, triage and assess the impact of any event. Part of the Security Playbook Series.

Di Bello Anthony Di Bello, Strategic Relationship Manager, Guidance Software





Stitt With Special Guest, Tom Stitt, Director of Product Marketing, Sourcefire



12:00

Visit Exhibit Hall for:
  • Attendee Networking Lunch
  • Digital Government Institute Raffle #2



Visit Exhibit Hall for:
  • Attendee Networking Lunch
  • Digital Government Institute Raffle #2



1:00

The Future of Mobile Computing


Totzke Scott Totzke, Senior Vice President, BlackBerry Security Group, BlackBerry





Finding and Remediating Classified Spillage in the Era of WikiLeaks


It’s one problem when classified data spills internally; it’s another when it can be (re)introduced to unclassified systems via the internet. With the potential of classified data “in the torrents” or posted on public news sites, the risk of classified data spilling to unclassified systems is higher than ever. Having kernel-level control over endpoints is critical to addressing this problem in a scalable, comprehensive, and cost effective manner. In this session, we will provide an overview of some of the drivers, requirements, and challenges associated with classified data in the era of WikiLeaks. Attendees will then learn how to locate and remediate data spillage across the enterprise in a repeatable, automated, and defensible manner. Part of the Security Playbook Series.

Di Bello Anthony Di Bello, Strategic Relationship Manager, Guidance Software




McCormackWith Special Guest, Matt McCormack, Partner at Aerstone



2:00

Visit Exhibit Hall for:
  • Digital Government Institute Grand Prize Raffle
  • 930gov ITube Winner Presentation

Exhibit Hall Showcase Concludes (2:00PM)


2:10

Knowledge Management Comes of Age


The field of knowledge management has been evolving and expanding over the past 60 years. This is a field with recognized thought leaders, with diverse areas of practice, a wide range of job titles and roles, specialized skills and competencies but with no established and recognized standards pertaining to education or practice. The discipline’s evolution is not unlike the early days of computer science or project management. Today these fields have established educational standards, standards for certification, recognition of levels of competencies for individuals, and for organizations. This panel will discuss why it is important to build that foundation to ensure the future of knowledge management. The panel will also consider why it is important to establish annual surveys to report on the state of the profession and professional education. The panel will discuss two efforts underway:
  • Association of Information and Information Management’s Knowledge Management Framework of Standards;
  • Knowledge Management Education Forum’s three annual surveys of the state of the profession
Betsy Fanning, AIIM, will discuss the formal standards development and approval processes that are followed by accredited standards organizations. Panelists Denise Bedford, Marion Georgieff , Annie Green and Giora Hadar will discuss why the time is right for standards, the type of standards that are needed to ensure inclusivity and extensibility. The panel will also discuss the release of three new annual surveys of the profession.

Bedford Denise Bedford, Goodyear Professor of Knowledge Management, Kent State University



Fanning Betsy Fanning, Director, Standards and Chapter Relations, AIIM



  • Marion Georgieff, Chief Knowledge Officer, U. S. Secret Service


Green Annie Green, Chief Knowledge Strategist/Architect, NTT Data Federal Inc. and Professorial Lecturer, George Washington University



Hadar Giora Hadar, Knowledge Manager, FAA



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