AFCEA Showcase Season 2, Episode 4

***Congrats to episode winner: UiPath***

AFCEA Showcase

Season 2, Episode 4

February 25, 2019 

3 p.m.,  TV Worldwide Studio, 4206 Technology Court, Suite F, Chantilly, Virginia

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If you've nearly perfected an innovation or business process that would revolutionize technology procurement or you've thought about starting your own business, this is your chance to get advice from experts. Participating in the AFCEA Showcase is a great way to hear from experienced entrepreneurs and other business professionals as well as to gain visibility through the ongoing webcast on TV Worldwide.


AFCEA Showcase is comprised of a series of episodes, each featuring up to five innovative small business members of AFCEA. Each company has five minutes to pitch its ideas, and five minutes to answer questions from the panel of judges.

 

FREE registration to attend the event or watch via live webcast.

 



Participants

After a decade of concept validation throughout the US Department of Defence and US Federal Government, WINFORCE Solutions offers the blending of leading-edge software and global services to help leaders listen, learn and lead across industries.

 

 

What if you could reduce your errors by 100 percent? What if you could increase your FTE [full-time equivalent] performance from one to three? What if you could reduce tasks that normally take 80 man-hours down to 45 minutes?

Robotic Process Automation is the technology that allows anyone to configure computer software, or a “robot” to emulate and integrate the actions of a human interacting within digital systems to execute a business process. UiPath’s RPA robots utilize the user interface to capture data and manipulate applications just like humans do. They interpret, trigger responses and communicate with other systems in order to perform on a vast variety of repetitive tasks. Only substantially better: a UiPath RPA software robot never sleeps, makes zero mistakes and costs a lot less than an employee.

This is software robotics. This is software that interacts with other software applications the same way a human does and performs those functions and services the same way a human does. It allows someone to be freed up from those more mundane, arduous tasks, time-consuming tasks, and free them up for higher-value jobs. 

 

 

 

Tinfoil Security Inc., based in Mountain View, CA,  provides peace of mind that your web applications and web APIs aren't vulnerable to attacks prior to being deployed live. You can integrate the scanner to automatically run scans when you submit an update to your staging environment. It automatically creates issue tickets for developers to use to find and fix vulnerabilities. Then it rescans, confirms that vulnerabilities are fixed, and closes out the tickets.

 

Tinfoil Security Inc. was founded by two MIT graduates and is supported by former military and intelligence personnel. With experience in national security, exploit research, open-source intelligence gathering, cyber operations, and high profile software engineering, you can trust that your web applications and APIs are secure. 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Judges

Judges are subject matter experts from a variety of backgrounds and related fields, providing thought leadership and suggested ways to proceed.


Cmdr. Maria C. Horton, USN (Ret.), CISSP-ISSMP, Cloud Essentials, IAM Chief Executive Officer at EmeSec

Cmdr. Maria C. Horton, USN (Ret.), is a recognized cybersecurity and compliance expert with hands on experience. She has presented information at conferences about cloud, FedRAMP, CUI, IoT and cybersecurity. She serves as a mentor to other small business start-ups providing real world feedback, encouragement and industry advice. Horton has published articles with Bloomberg News, SC magazine and the Huffington Post. In 2017, she joined Government Matters TV as a regular guest commentator addressing cyber, CUI and the due diligence implications for SMBs. Her company is one of 43 FedRAMP Third Party Assessment Organizations and holds four ISO certifications. EmeSec was awarded a Silver Stevie Award and a Gold Golden Bridge award for its #SimplifyCUIservices capability in 2017. While serving in the US. Navy, Horton was the CIO of the National Naval Medical Center, now known as the Walter Reed Military Complex. Read more...

Sarah Djamshidi, Managing Partner, Speedshift Ventures

Sarah Djamshidi has more than 18 years of experience providing fiscal, strategic, operations and M&A leadership to the board members, business owners and executives of over 200 companies. She has focused onon growth, merger and acquisitions, and business succession plans and has worked with government contractors and hyper growth companies from various sectors, including cybersecurity, biotech, chemical, nanotechnology, supply chain and logistics, SaaS, IT services and solutions, data analytics, and visualization. Djamshidi is a frequent speaker at conferences and judge of numerous innovation challenges. Read more...

Bill Jones, Senior Vice President of DSA's Integrated Soutions Group

Bill Jones, senior vice president of DSA's Integrated Solutions Group, manages a diverse portfolio of programs valued over $35 million in support of Air Force, DISA and combatant command programs. As a strategic thinker and leader, Jones works with DSA customers in building innovative solutions that improve performance in all critical mission areas of the information technology spectrum. He joined DSA in 1995 as a lead specialist engineer and has held key positions, including program manager, program director, senior director, and vice president and general manager. Read more...

 

Bill Jones, Senior Vice President of DSA's Integrated Soutions Group

Glenn Hernandez is passionate about creating strategic partnerships to revolutionize organizational transformation with resilient technology and meet mission objectives. Hernandez is a senior consultant with OpEdge Solutions and national director for US Cyber Challenge. He served more than 26 years in the U.S. Coast Guard and retired in July 2017. From 2013-2017, he was the Coast Guard’s Chief Information Security Officer. Hernandez co-authored the Coast Guard’s Cyber Strategy and led the Coast Guard’s first cyber crisis response based on the National Incident Management System framework. Read more...