Date - Thursday, August 5, 2021
Time - 10:30 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
*All times shown are in US Eastern Time Zone
Objective: The objective of this Workshop is to examine enterprise network modeling as a tool for understanding and disrupting counterfeit electronics supply chains.
Participants: Electronics supply chain members from OCMs to users, supply chain monitoring technology developers, academics, policymakers, legal and law enforcement, and other stakeholders
Workshop Outcome: A report capturing the discussion, issues identified, and recommendations for developing and implementing network models that capture the latest practices and future trends.
The workshop will include sessions on:
|10:30 a.m.||Session 1: Opening||Moderators: Diganta Das (UMD) and Peter Sandborn (UMD)|
|11:00 a.m.||Session 2: Counterfeit Electronics Supply Chain||Moderator: Robert Bodemuller (Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control)|
Panelists Include Faiza Khan (IDEA), Richard Smith (ERAI), Don Elario (ECIA), and Jim Creiman (Northrop Grumman).
|1:00 p.m.||Session 3: Traceability, Tracking, and Transparency||Moderator: Michael Ford (Aegis Software)|
||Panelists Include Radu Diaconescu (SWIE), David Mills (Alitheon), and Cameron Shearon (Raytheon).|
|2:45 p.m.||Session 4: Policies - Standards, Legal, Acquisition, Law Enforcement||Moderator: Bill Greenwalt (American Enterprise Institute)|
||Panelists Include Ryan Ouimette (Aerospace Industries Association), Prof. Patricia Campbell (University of Maryland Carey School of Law), and Samantha Clark (Rebellion Defense).
|4:15 p.m.||Session 5: Network Modeling||Moderator: Douglas Bodner (Georgia Institute of Technology)|
||Panelist Include: Dr. Judith Dahmann (MITRE) and Dr. Michael Pennock (MITRE)|
|5:30 p.m.||Session 6: Wrap Up||Diganta Das (UMD) and Peter Sandborn (UMD)|
The meeting will follow Chatham House Rule – that is, no attribution of comments or quotes to encourage open discussion. This workshop is part of a National Science Foundation project focused on Using Enterprise Network Models to Disrupt the Operations of Illicit Counterfeit Part Supply Chains for Critical Systems.
Please fill the form below if you are interested in participating.Interest Form