Chenega Decision Sciences (CDS) is speaking at the FBC/AFCEA OKC Technology Day on September 12, at Tinker Air Force Base. The fifteenth annual Technology Day is hosted by the Federal Business Council, Inc. (FBC) and the Oklahoma City AFCEA Chapter.
CDS president Joe McNeely will present “Derivative Monitoring of Deep Neural Networks: Moving Attack Identification to the Left.” He will dive into how the rapid evolution and adoption of the IoT and fog computing is increasing the demand for developing dispersed applications of Deep Neural Networks (DNNs). As these networks move closer to the edge, it becomes critical to proactively detect internal, external, and adversarial influences on DNNs. His presentation will cover a technique for early detection of disruptive influences on DNN models that use only modest computing resources and produce time-series attack data.
CDS will join other industry leaders at Technology Day in discussing, exhibiting, and giving live demonstrations to Tinker AFB decision-makers, professionals, electronics engineers, engineers, IT specialists, software engineers, software developers, software testers, system administrators, and more. CDS will also participate in Tinker- and industry-focused cybersecurity briefs.
Tinker AFB’s current and future leaders look to each year’s Technology Day for insight into their next big technology and cybersecurity moves. Technology Day continues to be the one event where Tinker AFB decision-makers, prospects, and industry meet face-to-face.
AFCEA International is a non-profit membership association serving the military, government, industry, and academia as an ethical forum for advancing professional knowledge and relationships in the fields of communications, IT, intelligence, and global security.
The Oklahoma City Chapter has more than 300 members at Tinker AFB and is recognized annually as a model chapter.
Federal Business Council, Inc. (FBC) specializes in producing conferences and trade show events at Federal Government locations throughout the United States. Thousands of federal employees attend FBC events to evaluate the latest advances in technology, military hardware, training, and other product areas.