Intelligence Analysis in 21st Century

OSINT Workshop

A series of workshops on application of Intelligence Analysis in market context.

Consumer Expenditure Surveys (CE) Microdata Users' and Survey Methods Workshop

The Analysis 2017: The Consumer Expenditure Surveys (CE) Microdata Users' and Survey Methods Workshop is a one-day event during which market intelligence analysts share information about their existing methods and experiences on a select set of research topics. The workshop is designed to help you learn how to use CE public use microdata using your own programming skills. Experts proficient in multiple programming languages are readily available to assist with technical issues. After completion of this workshop, attendees can expect to not only obtain a well-rounded understanding of the estimation methodology used by the CE, but also the skills required to correctly apply those methods using various statistical software platforms. Workshop sessions are geared to microdata users of all levels of experience. Workshop participants are strongly encouraged to bring a personal laptop loaded with their preferred statistical software package. Attendees with detailed questions about projects in progress using CE data, or who have suggestions about improving CE products, are encouraged to meet with an expert. The workshop will be hosted at the citizenM London Bankside hotel on November 15 2017 by Market Research Media.

Big Data Analysis Workshop

The Big Data Analysis workshop focuses on big data fusion tools and technologies used in intelligence gathering. There is a broad agreement among commercial, academic, and government leaders about the remarkable potential of Big Data to spark innovation, fuel commerce, and drive progress. Big Data is the term used to describe the deluge of data in our networked, digitized, sensor-laden, information driven world.

The availability of vast data resources carries the potential to answer questions previously out of reach:

  • How can we reverse the current advantage of the attacker over the defender in guarding against cybersecurity threats?
  • How do we reliably detect a potential pandemic early enough to intervene?
  • Can we predict new materials with advanced properties before these materials have ever been synthesized?

However there is also broad agreement on the ability of Big Data to overwhelm traditional approaches. The rate at which data volumes, speeds, and complexity are growing is outpacing scientific and technological advances in data analytics, management, transport, and more. Despite the widespread agreement on the opportunities and current limitations of Big Data, a lack of consensus on some important, fundamental questions, is confusing potential users and holding back progress.

  • What are the attributes that define Big Data solutions?
  • How is Big Data different from the traditional data environments and related applications that we have encountered thus far?
  • What are the essential characteristics of Big Data environments?
  • How do these environments integrate with currently deployed architectures?
  • What are the central scientific, technological, and standardization challenges that need to be addressed to accelerate the deployment of robust Big Data solutions?

Case studies:

Apache Spark Market
Browser as a Service Market
Context Brokering Market
Data Warehouse Acceleration Market
Data Warehouse Market
Deception Cybersecurity Market
Deep Packet Inspection (DPI): U.S. Government Market
DevOps & Microservice Ecosystem Market
Electromagnetic Railgun Market
Global Biofuel Production Forecast
Global Cloud Computing Market
Government Cloud Computing Markets
Hadoop Market
High Energy Military Laser Market
Human Resources (HR) Software Market
Human Resources (HR) Software For Healthcare, Market Forecast
NewSQL Market
NoSQL Market
Quantum Computing Market
Software Defined Digital Camera Market
U.S. Federal Cloud Computing Market
U.S. Federal Cybersecurity Market
U.S. Federal Government Mass Media Market
U.S. Federal IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Market
U.S. Federal IT Market Forecast
U.S. IT Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Market
U.S. Federal Government Mobility Market
U.S.-Mexico Border Protection Market
U.S. Military Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) Market
UK Human Resources (HR) Software Market
Ultracapacitor Market
Virtual Conference & Trade Show Market
Worldwide Defense High Performance Computing (HPC) Market
Worldwide High Performance Computing (HPC) Market
Zika Virus Preparedness Market

Workshop: Intelligence Analysis Techniques in Market Research

The workshop Intelligence Analysis Techniques in Market Research focuses on application of intelligence analysis techniques in market research. Worckshop participants will learn principles and techniques of Intelligence Analysis and how to use them to derive critical market informatiom and improve decision making process. A survey, conducted by a team of market research analysts, found that 42 percent of corporate decision makers struggle with systematic approach to gathering, analyzing and sharing market intelligencein while experiencing difficulties in making crucial decisions due to a lack of information. 28 percent of corporate decision makers fully appreciate value of timely market intelligence but have a vague idea of intelligence analysis methods and tools.

This workshop will equip decision makers with the hands-on skills and best practices and best-of-breed tools to run efficient corporate intelligence unit.

Who should attend

  • Market research analysts
  • Business development managers
  • BI practtioners
  • Business analysts
  • Marketing professionals
  • R&D managers
  • Strategy planners
  • Stock market analysts

Workshop participants will be required to research, write and submit a case study on their topic of interest to demonstrate knowledge, use of intelligence analyis tools and skills acquired at the workshop.

Supplemental materials

Workshop on Threat Intelligence Analysis and Visualization for Cyber Security

The Workshop on Threat Intelligence Analysis and Visualization for Cyber Security brings researchers and practitioners from academia, government, and industry to share insights and present solutions to modern cyber security challenges using intelligence analysis and visualization techniques. Technical papers, speakers, and presentations are featured in this year's program.

This high level workshop brings together CISOs and cyber security professionals from a range of industries to learn how the latest threat intelligence analysis and visualisation technologies can help protect critical infrastructure.

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