Ron S. Ross National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
NIST is developing critically important security guidance that addresses the engineering-driven actions necessary to develop more defensible and survivable systems—including the components that compose and the services that depend on those systems. It starts with and builds upon a set of well-established International Standards for systems and software engineering published by the International Organization for Standardization, the International Electrotechnical Commission, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and infuses systems security engineering techniques, methods, and practices into those systems engineering processes. The ultimate objective is to address security issues from a stakeholder requirements and protection needs perspective and to use established organizational processes to ensure that such requirements and needs are addressed at the correct stages throughout the life cycle of the system.
Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
Clay Richardson serves Enterprise Archi- tecture Professionals and is a leading expert on business process management (BPM) software, services, and methodologies.
Princeton Blue, Inc.
See a working demo of how Cognitive Computing and AI can be leveraged to “sense” customer events by listening for signals across social media and other unstructured data streams, combined with BPM, BRM and CEP to enable immediate informed actions. Using Watson technology, the demo presents a universal and agnostic pattern for incorporating AI with BPM for transforming consumer-centric processes.
This fast-paced and informative session will illustrate how digital disruption is changing business and creating unprecedented new opportunities – and what you need to do to be a disruptor rather than disrupted. Beyond the hype, this session will clearly articulate not the wave of change facing every business today, but how Adaptive Case Management can fundamentally transform the way we connect with customers, bring products to market, and manage operations.
This session will provide attendees with actionable knowledge and understanding about case management, and about how to approach case management automa- tion projects. Topics include understand- ing the discipline and relationship between BPM and Case Management, recognizing the relationship between Case Management and Business Architecture, as well as Case Management Modeling using CMMN.