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Day Two - Wednesday, May 18

Technology evolution has resulted in a tremendous increase in the amount of data that is available. On day two, we explored emerging technologies and strategies for harnessing that data.

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About Day Two

On Day Two we explore we explore big data, cloud technology,  reflect on what we've learned from a year when cybersecurity attacks against the public sector soared, and discuss some of the major initiatives happening at the national level. 

Day 2 Events

9:00 - 9:45 am ET

Big Data and Its Role in Improving Data Quality

Jim Pingel, Mission Critical Partners

Big data is an approach that leverages artificial intelligence and machine learning to analyze enormous amounts of information from disparate sources to create context that makes the information actionable. Subject-matter experts will explore the potential for big data to improve emergency response and justice outcomes.

 

9:00 - 9:45 am ET

Catch the Funding Wave: Positioning Your Cybersecurity Project for Grants

Lexipol and Morgan Sava, Mission Critical Partners

One of the Biden Administration's primary goals is to secure public-networks and protect the nation's infrastructure. There is nearly $10 billion available today to improve critical infrastructure cybersecurity response. This presentation will discuss how to leverage those funds to enhance your cybersecurity program.

10:00 - 10:45 am ET

Cybersecurity Keynote

Richard Osborne and Matt Yates, Secure Halo, a Mission Critical Partners company

Osborne, senior cybersecurity architect, and Yates, director of operations, for the former Secure Halo, which MCP recently acquired, will explore strategies used by federal agencies that state and local public sector organizations can use to reduce their cyber vulnerabilities.

11:00 - 12:00 pm ET

How to Get Your 2022 NCHIP/NARIP Grant Funded

Chuck Collins, Mission Critical Partners

Navigating the grant application process is complicated, especially for competitive grants such as the National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP). During this session, we'll discuss the NCHIP and NARIP grants and how to leverage them to improve your criminal history records.

11:00 - 11:45 am ET

A Demo of MCP's Network Monitoring and Cybersecurity Solutions

Frank Arico, Mission Critical Partners

During this session, we will provide an overview of MCP's network monitoring and our new SecureHalo Cybersecurity Solutions offering.

12:00 - 12:45 pm ET

The Future of Radio System Management

Scott Neal and Nick Falgiatore, Mission Critical Partners

A radio system implementation is an enormous undertaking that requires months, sometimes years, of planning followed by years of deployment — and that’s when the real work begins. In this session, we present a new way to navigate all of this.

12:00 - 12:45 pm ET

What's Up with the Cloud - A Discussion With Amazon Web Services

John Persano and Gigi Boehringer, Amazon Web Services; Gary Pulford, Mission Critical Partners

Many public sector organizations are moving infrastructure and applications into the cloud — and many are not, either because moving to the cloud worries them and/or they don’t understand how the cloud environment works. Subject-matter experts will do a deep dive into the cloud.

1:00 - 1:45 pm ET

What's Up with the Cloud - A Discussion With Microsoft Azure

Ana Casillas, Microsoft Azure; Gary Pulford, Mission Critical Partners

Many public sector organizations are moving infrastructure and applications into the cloud — and many are not, either because moving to the cloud worries them and/or they don’t understand how the cloud environment works. Subject-matter experts will do a deep dive into the cloud.

1:00 - 1:45 pm ET

The Model for Advancing Public Safety® – What it is and What It Can Do

Nicki Tidey and Bonnie Maney, Mission Critical Partners

The Model for Advancing Public Safety, also known as MAPS,® is a propriety assessment methodology that enables public sector organization to quickly and easily discern the status of their technologies, operations, and governance. This session will provide real-world examples of MAPS in action.

2:00 - 3:00 pm ET

Dr. Katherine Kuhlman

Keynote

Kuhlman, principal with Kuhlman Psychology and Consulting, will discuss strategies that public safety and justice leaders can use to help field personnel — law enforcement, fire/rescue, emergency medical, corrections — and 911 center telecommunicators cope with uniquely stressful environments.

3:00 - 3:45 pm ET

Strategies to Enhance Data Integration in the Courts

Shay Cleary and Jim Pingel, Mission Critical Partners

Judges and other justice officials have to make many critical decisions, which depend on much more than the evidence presented in the charging documents or during the court proceeding. The problem is that law enforcement agencies, prosecutor offices, and court systems generate an enormous amount of data that would be useful in this regard, but the data usually is not well-integrated. Subject-matter experts will explore how to solve this problem.

3:00 - 4:00 pm ET

A GIS Success Story in Arizona

Eric Shreve, Arizona Department of Administration/911 Program; Jackie Mines, Robert Horne and Claudia Henriquez, Mission Critical Partners

 Next Generation 911 (NG911) systems rely on geospatial data generated by geographic information systems (GIS) to locate emergency callers. But that data first must comply with standards established by NENA. Subject-matter experts will examine a project that leveraged the Model for Advancing Public Safety® (MAPS®) assessment methodology to determine the readiness of Arizona’s GIS data statewide.

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MCP Career Fair

In this all-day event, you can speak with an MCP Talent Management Specialist, participate in a pre-screen for MCP, and learn what life is like at Mission Critical Partners.

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