Mobile Agenda

August 30, 2018
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The ATARC Federal Mobile Technology Summit will be held on August 30 at the Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C. (Please note: This is a new venue.)

This educational, one-day symposium will examine the mobile tools and techniques being used by the Federal Government to provide agencies with greater efficiency and cost savings.

The morning session will feature speakers and panels with government thought leaders, while the afternoon includes the MITRE-ATARC Mobile Collaboration Symposium, where government, academic and industry subject matter experts will examine a variety of mobile topics.

The event also features the ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase, where leading vendors demonstrate cutting-edge mobile products and solutions. For more industry inquiries, please fill out the contact form below or send an e-mail to info@atarc.org.

Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.
901 Massachusetts Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20001
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Government Chair

Gema Howell

Gema Howell

Computer Scientist, NIST

Industry Chair

John DiTomasso

John DiTomasso

Business Development Manager, Amazon Web Services

MITRE Chair

Pat Benito

Pat Benito

Principal Agile Systems Engineer, MITRE

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7:30 AM

Registration and Opening of ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase

Free Government Registration
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8:00 AM

Opening Remarks

ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase
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8:30 AM - 9:00 AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing — Mobile for CDM

The DHS Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) Program is a dynamic approach to fortifying the cybersecurity of government networks and systems. The CDM Program provides DHS, along with Federal Agencies with capabilities and tools and identify cybersecurity risks on an ongoing basis, prioritize these risks based on potential impacts, and enable cybersecurity personnel to mitigate the most significant problems first. This keynote will discuss the CDM Program, focusing on the impact of Mobile for CDM.

Kevin Cox

Kevin Cox

CDM Program Manager, DHS (pending agency approval)

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9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

Ask the CIO Live with Jason Miller – Mobile Outlook for 2019

As we near the start of FY19, how are Federal agencies using mobile to help modernize their IT infrastructure and what mobile policies, strategies and technologies will we see in the upcoming year? This panel will examine the mobile landscape in the Federal Government and discuss ways mobile technology is enabling a government workforce and providing citizens with better access to government services.

Keith Bluestein

Keith Bluestein

Associate CIO, NASA (pending agency approval)

Jason Miller

Jason Miller

Executive Editor, Federal News Radio

Jake Marcellus

Jake Marcellus

Manager, DoD Mobility Program (pending agency approval)

Jacob Parcell

Jacob Parcell

Acting Director, Innovation Portfolio, GSA

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10:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Break in ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase

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10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing — NIST Mobile Standards

The National Institute for Standards and Technology has a variety of publications that focus on Mobile, Mobile Security and Mobile App Vetting. This session will provide an update an a variety of NIST Special Publications including SP 800-163, Vetting the Security of Mobile Applications.

Michael Ogata

Michael Ogata

Computer Scientist, NIST

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10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing — NIST Mobile Standards

The National Institute for Standards and Technology has a variety of publications that focus on Mobile, Mobile Security and Mobile App Vetting. This session will provide an update on a variety of NIST Special Publications including SP 800-124 Rev. 1, Guidelines for Managing the Security of Mobile Devices in the Enterprise and the mobile device Security guidance for the enterprise in the SP 1800 series.

Gema Howell

Gema Howell

Computer Scientist, NIST

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11:00 AM - 11:20 AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing — NGA IGAPP Program

Matthew Seitz

Matthew Seitz

Technical Product Manager, GEOINT App Store, NGA (pending agency approval)

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11:20 AM - 11:40 AM

Visionary Keynote Briefing

Vincent Sritapan

Vincent Sritapan

Program Manager, DHS S&T

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11:40 AM - 11:50 AM

ATARC Mobile Leadership and Innovation Awards

Grand Ballroom
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11:50 AM - 1:15 PM

Lunch in ATARC Mobile Technology Showcase


Hosted by Duo Security

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1:35 PM - 1:45 PM

Logistics for MITRE-ATARC Mobile Collaboration Symposium

The MITRE-ATARC Mobile Collaboration Symposium features discussion and white-boarding between government and industry subject matter experts in a small-group setting. The outcomes of these sessions will be compiled in a White Paper with recommendations to the government.

Pat Benito

Pat Benito

Principal Agile Systems Engineer, MITRE

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1:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Collaboration Session 1: Mobile Threat Report to Congress: Next Steps

The DHS and NIST Study on Mobile Device Security was released in April of 2017. This report identified threats and gaps in existing mobile defenses that require further research or improvement. Since the release of the report the threat space has evolved, and similarly, there have been advances in mobile defenses across the entire mobile ecosystem. This session will examine how mobile security has evolved since the threat report was released and identify new and emerging threats and defenses. Recommendations will be developed for both industry, and government, on how to continue to combat threats to the mobile ecosystem.

Vincent Sritapan

Vincent Sritapan

Program Manager, DHS S&T

Darshan Kadam

Darshan Kadam

Transition Management, MITRE

Sal Ceravolo

Sal Ceravolo

Voice Product Security Program Manager, REDCOM Laboratories

Tim LeMaster

Tim LeMaster

Director, Systems Engineering, Lookout

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1:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Collaboration Session 2: Moving to a Cloud Based Mobile Development Environment

As agencies look to increase the use of mobile apps and services, there is a growing trend to provide app developers with cloud-based development and test environments. These pre-configured environments provide all of the tools to develop, test, and validate that a mobile app will work within the agency’s IT enterprise. This session will look at the pros and cons of moving to such an environment, and capture lessons learned with recommendations on how to leverage these environments within your organization.

James Aguirre

James Aguirre

Director, Federal Civilian Sales, Check Point Software Technologies

Scot Kight

Scot Kight

Senior Technology Product Manager and Evangelist, Check Point Software

Jeff Stein

Jeff Stein

Lead Software Engineer, MITRE

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1:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Collaboration Session 3: Mobile for Field Workers/Tactical Mobility

Mobile technology is sought after by military, first responders, field agents and other user groups that need to operate in tactical and field environments. These environments pose unique challenges, such as low bandwidth, and limited or nonexistent connectivity back to the enterprise. Solution providers must design these systems to meet these unique needs. An emerging challenge is how to expose services and data during disaster relief and military operations. This session will outline current and emerging tactical and field mobile solutions and approaches for ensuring users have the data and services needed to operate and create a series of recommendations and best practices to improve their interoperability.

Donovan Cozzens

Donovan Cozzens

Command & Control Systems & Applications Analyst, USMC (pending agency approval)

Michael Brandt

Michael Brandt

President & Chief Strategy Officer, ISEC7 Group

Demetrius Davis

Demetrius Davis

Principal Systems Engineer, MITRE

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1:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Collaboration Session 4: Innovative Methods of Mobile Authentication

Users demand easy and secure options for mobile device and app authentication. There is active and ongoing research across industry and the government to identify new ways to leverage devices and sensors to quickly and securely authenticate users. This session will look at emerging concepts and approaches for mobile authentication, discuss implications to standards and policies, and provide recommendations to industry and standards bodies on how to improve the authentication experience without sacrificing security.

Sean Frazier

Sean Frazier

Federal Advisory Chief Information Security Officer, DUO

Mark Russell

Mark Russell

Lead Infosec Engineer, MITRE

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1:45 PM - 4:30 PM

Collaboration Session 5: Mobile Health

Hosted by the DoD/VA Interagency Program Office (DoD/VA IPO), this session will focus on how mobile technology can improve health outcomes. Widespread use of mobile health applications will be enabled by innovative capabilities and user trust. What will motivate patients and providers to embrace to mobile health applications? In this session, we will explore questions such as these: What are the clinical workflows that motivate mobile health apps? Do providers prescribe them? How do providers and patients work together? For service members, should apps tell commanders about troop readiness? What should family member caregivers know so they can provide the best support? What aspects of mobile devices, sensors, and emerging 5G networks can be leveraged to improve patient health? What data is needed, where is it stored, and where does it need to be processed? What security and privacy issues need to be solved in order to deserve the trust of users? What policies, regulations, and standards apply, and what gaps need to be addressed? Join us to explore the critical issues that will leverage mobile technology to revolutionize healthcare.

Sara Jost, RN

Sara Jost, RN

Global Healthcare Industry Lead, BlackBerry

Cj Rieser, PhD

Cj Rieser, PhD

Health System Site & Partnership Leader, MITRE

Kenneth Blount

Kenneth Blount

IT Project Manager, DoD/VA Interagency Program Office

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4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

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