May 2018 | Washington, D.C

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Intelligence Analytics Summit Agenda

The ability to connect constantly streaming data, from various sources, among several agencies, under critical time pressure is the reason why advancements in predictive and real-time analytics, modernizing infrastructure as well as strengthening of storage capacities has come to the forefront of the intelligence communities, and is why Intelligence Analytics Summit is the must attend summit of spring.

Join us this May 22-24 in washington, D.C. for these mportant Intelligence Sessions:

  • Acquiring Innovative Software Applications and Technology to Deliver Overmatch Capabilities to the Department of Defense Decision Making Through the Creation and Analysis of Actionable Intelligence
  • Outside Perspective of IoT (Internet of Things) to Enhance Operational Support
  •  U.S. Department of Defense’s and the Importance of Intelligence to Aid Decision Making Advantage
  • Program Updates to the DCGS and Integrating Systems Across All Platforms

Fast Track your Attendance

Intelligence Analytics Summit 2017 Registration Form

Registration for the Intelligence Analytics Summit 2017 is easier than ever. Just download this registration form and send it to with the subject line IA Registration.

Anticipated Attendee List

Here is a list of who we anticipate joining us come this May!

Justify Your Trip

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Fast Track Packet

Here is everything you need to know wrapped into one complete bundle!

Current Attendee List

Here is a list of who is already signed up to be at the Summit this May!

Exclusive Content

Where the IC is investing in - Everything you need to know

The Intelligence Analytics Team has put together a quick overview of some of the IC budgets and the expert speaking faculty from those organizations, that we have coming at our event. Take a look to see who you will be hearing from this May!

5 Best Practices for Integration of Intelligence Analysts

We spoke with Deputy Assistant Director at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Donald Freese, Information and Technology Branch. Mr. Freese graciously gave us a glimpse into what his session on “Cyber Analytics: Leading Quality Through The Human Dimension” will discuss in even greater detail at the summit. He also touches on where he sees the future of intelligence analytics within the next 2-5 years, and what he is looking forward to about the summit this May.


Predictive Analytics in the Real World

The field of predictive analytics is one of the most complex and challenging subsets of the Big Data and advanced analytic market. There is also a very wide gap between the practitioners of predictive analytics—most of whom are statisticians, scientific researchers and data scientists—and the people who most want to use predictive analytics for commercial and industrial applications.

Security Analytics Market Global Forecast to 2020

The key player estimates the global security analytics market to grow from USD 2.83 billion in 2016 to USD 9.38 billion by 2021, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 27.1%. The security analytics market is growing rapidly because of the increase in adoption of security analytics solutions, as the sophistication level of threats and security breaches are growing rapidly.


New Insight: Senior figures discuss U.S. ISR developments

The proliferation of ISR technologies over the past decade of conflict in the Middle East and Central Asia has led to these assets becoming a mission critical component in operations. With new operating environments come new threat types and new capability challenges. In order to maintain information dominance the Intelligence Community needs to take the global lead and strive for intelligence generation, analysis and dissemination excellence.


U.S. ISR & C2 Battle Management Survey 2016: Results

Defence IQ surveyed over 300 people involved in the U.S. Intelligence Community, from government and military employees to commercial solution-providers, in order to find out how the collective feels about current acquisition policies, public-private relationships and the latest technology trends.

DCGSs Initiatives: A glance into FY17 budgeting under the U.S. Air Force, Army & Navy

Here is a glimpse into the Office of the Director of National Intelligence FY 2017 budget for Intelligence community. Also the funding and initiatives for the Distributed Common Ground System (DCGS) within the U.S. Army, Air Force and Navy.