Much like physical fingerprints left at a crime scene can help identify offenders, the online activity of terrorists, hackers and other threats to U.S. security leave digital fingerprints. With the help of a very select group of analytics professionals, these digital fingerprints can be used to identify and prevent attacks, both physical and digital, to the U.S.
As the threats to the security of the U.S., both physical and digital, continue to increase in number and intensity, it is essential to ensure that U.S. leaders and decision makers understand and have access to the these leading analytics professionals and the latest advances in data-driven tools including artificial intelligence (AI), biometrics, and more.
Join us for the 2020 INFORMS Security Conference, held in Monterey, CA from February 9-11, which will bring together the leading policymakers in national defense and security, with first responders and top analytics professionals to work together to identify how to better identify, track, and combat threats to the U.S. to improve national security.
Mr. Harrison Schramm, CAP, PStat
Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA)
Harrison has previously served as a member of the Analytics organizing committee and Chaired the Analytics Cluster for the Annual Meeting. As such, he has a sense of how INFORMS meetings are structured and the relationships between the Chair, committee, and professional staff. Outside INFORMS, he has chaired or co-chaired 4 professional meetings, including the first two MORS Emerging Techniques Forums, which are very similar in goal (but on a smaller scale) than this proposed meeting. Harrison is currently putting together (with Paul) an INFORMS Editor’s Cut volume on Military Applications, to be published Winter, 2018. Read More