The Potomac Officers Club will hold a big data breakfast event on Thursday, July 22 focused on critical support for the agency mission.
This is just the latest installment from POC which also put on a sequestration summit and a breakfast event focused on Bring Your Own Device.
There are three confirmed speakers for the big data event including executives from Sqrrl the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Ely Kahn serves as vice president of business development and co-founder of Sqrrl where he leads business strategy and development and previously served as Director of Cybersecurity Strategy at the National Security Staff in the White House.
Kahn previously worked with the Chertoff Group and was director of risk management and strategic innovation at the Transportation Security Administration.
Todd Myers is the lead global compute architect to NGA and provides collaborative support to the Office of the Chief Information Officer and the Office of the Director of Technology, with responsibility for IT Strategic planning across NGA and the Intelligence Community.
An IT professional since 1997, Myers previously served as the IT Program Manager for a primary multi million dollar DoD classified contract.
Raymond Hensberger serves as senior associate at Booz Allen Hamilton where he leads growth of the cloud and cyber businesses areas.
He has more than seven years of experience designing and developing big data offerings for analytics and storage of data necessary for cyber defense and computer network operations.
“In the last few months we’ve hosted a number of thought provoking and interactive events, each with a large attendance and we are looking forward to continuing this trend with the events we have lined up through this Winter,” she added.
The breakfast event will take place at 2941 Restaurant in Falls Church, Va. on August 22, from 7-10 A.M.