Dr. Earl Weener Tejinder S. Luthra, Global Technical Ambassador, IBM

Presentation: Security data is used to analyze activities and metrics associated with risk management, incident detection/response, regulatory compliance, and investigations/forensics. Many of these investigations now include analysis of nontraditional data sources such as social media, customer browsing history, and business transactions. To support business requirements, manage risk, and respond to security events, CISOs collect, retain, and analyze a larger repository of data than they did in the past. Security data growth and utilization will only increase in the future. In this session, we will discuss IBM’s comprehensive approach leveraging a deep portfolio of security analytics to improve situational awareness at the federal mission level, and how mission planners can harness the power of Big Data through advanced security, predictive and entity analytics as a preemptive defense from external and internal threats.

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Zane Scott Zane Scott, Vitek Corporation

Presentation: What do a physicist turned evolutionary biologist and a couple of business professors have to say to systems engineers? Fritjof Capra, Peter Senge and Russell Ackoff all offer cogent commentary on a topic of critical importance to systems engineers in today’s world- the importance and centrality of the systems view. Our heritage as an engineering discipline makes it easy to slip from the holistic view into the analytic emphasis on components. This program explores how we got here and looks anew at the need to take a “systems view.” Our goal is to inspire the quest for new thinking tools and to push the practice of systems into new fields of endeavor.

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Kathy Straub, Bill Fitzpatrick, and Amy Bayes Kathy Straub, Bill Fitzpatrick, and Amy Bayes of JHUAPL

Presentation: This lecture addresses the three major components of a system: hardware, software, and humans. A total systems approach that considers all three components and the complex interactions among them has been recognized as essential by government and industry organizations responsible for system development and operation. Human systems engineering is a comprehensive program for considering the requirements and constraints of humans as part of an overall system solution. The Johns Hopkins University Engineering for Professionals (EP) Human Systems Engineering concentration trains students in the human systems integration domains and their interdependencies as well as provides additional material related to general human systems engineering. Students gain a deeper understanding of how the appropriate application of human systems engineering adds value to systems.

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INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter Judges 2 Science & Engineering Fairs

by Communications Team March 29, 2014

The INCOSE Chesapeake Chapter (INCOSE-CC) provided four volunteer judges at 2 Science and Engineering Fairs in Anne Arundel County and Baltimore. Science fairs are great opportunities for INCOSE members to give back to the community by encouraging and supporting our local schools in the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) areas. The science fairs also […]

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NINTH SEY Award, 2013: Dr. Sam Seymour

by Communications Team December 24, 2013

Dr. Sam Seymour is the recipient of the Chesapeake Chapter’s Carol Hutchinson Systems Engineer of the Year award for 2013.

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2014 Election Results – Meet your new board members

by Communications Team November 17, 2013

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Earlier This Year: Agile Workshop with Dr. Suzette Johnson

by Communications Team April 2, 2013

Come out and attend this special workshop where Dr. Suzette Johnson will provide instruction on Agile Systems Development with hands on activities.

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May, 2013: Maryland Green House Gas Reduction Act

by Communications Team March 26, 2013

Maryland’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Act of 2009 set a goal of a 25% reduction in GHG emissions by 2020. Come an learn about Maryland’s support for a green economy and the economic local impacts.

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In Memory of Carol Ann Hutchinson

by Communications Team February 27, 2013

Carol Hutchinson by John W. Lewis and Donald York Ms. Carol Ann Hutchinson served as a distinguished member of the Chesapeake Chapter of the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) for more than a decade. She was a key contributor to systems engineering projects across the community. After a year-long battle with cancer, she passed […]

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