1030 – 1100
Covering Security Gaps with a Security Fabric Model For Improved Security and Reduce Costs
Presented By: Jeff Hart, M2 Technology and Felipe Fernandez, Fortinet
Security fabrics are created using advanced sensor telemetry to stitch together components deployed in the network and defense in depth security. This fabric provides coordination in monitoring and behavior across endpoints, network access and security, physical and virtual data center security, application and content security, on premise infrastructure and in the cloud to quickly detect and mitigate attacks and vulnerabilities. Security Fabric Audit functionality provides continuous monitoring of all the components in the fabric ensuring end to end visibility, control and compliance.
1115 – 1145
Nexus – Accessing All Cloud and On-Premises Systems Together
Presented By: Tom Coffing, Coffing Data Warehousing
The Nexus Chameleon Desktop performs cross-system joins between Cloud and On-Premises systems, and even allows the user to dictate which system will process the data! This solution has taken 12 years to perfect. The Nexus will automatically convert the DDL (table structures) between systems, move the data in over 20 different ways and build the SQL automatically (Super Join Builder). Combine this with the ability to process advanced analytics inside the user’s desktop (Garden of Analysis) and then share reports and perform Artificial Intelligence (BizStar) and you have the the future of Government systems. What the computer industry failed to see is that on-premises and cloud servers are important, but the future lies in the desktop workstation that brings them all together! Combine your traditional Teradata, Oracle, SQL Server and DB2 systems with your Amazon Redshift and Azure SQL Data Warehouse cloud systems while integrating all of your Hadoop systems. Nexus makes it happen so easily it is said, “This puts the business user on the same playing field as the data scientist”. Come to the presentation and hear about the technology that makes it work and see it in action!
1200 – 1230
Bringing GEOINT to the Cloud. Image Exploitation from a Web Browser
Presented By: Jeff Van de Vaarst, Hexagon US Federal
The seminar will discuss what geospatial cloud-based exploitation actually means along with the many reasons for migrating to it. We’ll weigh the pros and cons of it versus desktop software and demonstrate what a geospatial user can expect from today’s cloud based technology using a true web browser application.