September General Membership Meeting
Presenting: Charles OnstottCharles Onstott is the VP and Service Line Manager for SAIC’s cyber security, cloud computing, and data science services. He is responsible for SAIC's services in cyber security, cloud computing, big data and data science, and business transformation. He is responsible for people management, program and project support, solution and offering management, and research and development in these exciting areas. In this capacity, he has driven the development cloud computing, mobile and big data capabilities at SAIC. His organization has helped a number of government agencies successfully adopt cloud, mobile, and data fusion solutions.
These solutions have helped the US Government track the spread of the Avian flu, distribute high definition video of Space Shuttle launches in a cost effective manner, develop an enterprise mobile strategy, cost effectively implement disaster recovery, and helped aircraft maintenance personnel more easily record and track aircraft maintenance information, among other things. Previously, he has developed IT infrastructure solutions that support more than 400,000 users worldwide in the federal, defense, energy, biotech, and entertainment sectors. He has managed numerous IT and data center consolidation projects that produced cost savings in system development and support while improving customer satisfaction. Onstott is an active contributor to SAIC’s ongoing research into emerging technology. In 2010, Onstott established SAIC’s Enterprise Solutions Lab which is a hybrid cloud used for research and development and a cloud computing center of excellence. In 2008, he was awarded the Information Technology and Network Solutions Group Excellence Award for Science and Technology. In 2010, he sponsored an SAIC Annual Achievement Award for Technical Collaboration for SAIC’s Enterprise Private Cloud project. He holds a B.A. from Oklahoma State University and an M.A. from The University of Chicago.
Cyber Security Readiness –In an effort to improve the overall security
posture of DoD organizations, unannounced cyber security inspections
are becoming more common and require organizations to have a continuous
state of readiness. Most organizations have tools and processes that
are not fully utilized and implemented to keep them in a continuous
state of readiness. We will share some examples of how customers have
moved to a more continuous state of readiness and share our best
practices in establishing and maintaining continuous monitoring. We
will also discuss the impacts that moving to DIARMF from DIACAP will
have on day to day operations.
AFCEA Fort Knox Gold Vault Chapter Newsletter:
- The Vault - Summer 2014
- The Vault - Spring 2014
- The Vault - April 2013
- AFCEA Gold Vault June 2012 Newsletter
- The Vault - October 2011
- The Vault - August 2011
AFCEA Chapter Meeting Slides
- Download the slides from the July 2014 AFCEA General Membership Meeting
- Download the slides from the December 2013 AFCEA General Membership Meeting.
- Download the slides from the April 2013 AFCEA General Membership Meeting.
- Download the slides from the April 2012 AFCEA Chapter Meeting
- Download the slides from the December 2011 AFCEA Chapter meeting.
- Download the slides from the October 2011 AFCEA Chapter meeting.
- Download the PowerPoint slides from the July 2011 AFCEA Chapter meeting.
- Download the PowerPoint slides from the March 2011 AFCEA Chapter meeting.