NDIA is pleased to announce that our seventh Trusted Microelectronics Workshop has now been expanded to two days, with the second day focused on Technology Based Solutions for Trusted Microelectronics.
Ms. Kristen Baldwin, Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Systems Engineering, will keynote Day 1 of our workshop with a presentation on OSD’s current and future security framework to ensure our defense systems have access to trusted technology components.
Dr. Bill Chappell, Director, DARPA Microelectronics Technology Office will keynote Day 2 with an introduction to the work being done at DARPA to explore technology based Trust solutions.
Presentations by DARPA MTO program managers and IARPA’s Dr. Carl McCants will follow Dr. Chappell’s talk on Day 2.
Dr. Robert Latiff (Maj Gen, USAF, Ret) will provide observations from the Air Force Science Board study, “Optimizing the Air Force Acquisition Strategy of Secure and Reliable Electronic Components”.
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