MacAulay-Brown, Inc. Thought Leaders to Present on the Importance of Building Trust into Critical Defense Systems at the GOMACTech 2014 Conference

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DAYTON, Ohio, March 24, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MacAulay-Brown, Inc. (MacB), a leading National Security company delivering advanced engineering services and product solutions to Defense, Intelligence, Homeland Security and Federal agencies, announced today that several members of the company's Secure Computing and Communications (SCC) division will present papers on the topic of trusted mission systems. The presentations will be conducted during three sessions at the 39th Annual GOMACTech Conference to be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel in Charleston, SC, March 31 - April 3.

  • Presentation: Trust and Reuse of Third Party IP
  • Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
  • Location: Embassy Suites Charleston Hotel, Ballroom C2
  • Speaker: Stephen Baka, Senior Hardware Engineer
  • Overview: Microelectronic devices used in critical defense applications contain Intellectual Property (IP) designed by untrusted third party entities. The presentation will outline a process for certifying trust in IP, even when produced by an untrusted party, and the creation of a trusted repository of IP that any DoD entity can access when developing new devices.
  • Presentation: Managing Risk to Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) Integrity and Trust: A Deployment Framework for DoD Instruction 5200.44
  • Date: Tuesday, April 1, 2014 at 3:30 p.m. EDT
  • Location: Embassy Suites Charleston Hotel, Ballroom C2
  • Speaker: Jonathan Graf, Director of Technology
  • Overview: The presentation will describe the DoD FPGA trust challenge and present a solution for ensuring that the FPGA designs in DoD systems can be trusted. It also identifies a framework that manages risk to FPGA trust for designs subject to requirements in DoD Instruction 5200.44 Protection of Mission Critical Functions to Achieve Trusted Systems and Networks.
  • Presentation: Counterfeit Mitigation by Rapid Modern Design Retargeting
  • Date: Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at 8:30 a.m. EDT
  • Location: Embassy Suites Charleston Hotel, Ballroom C2
  • Speaker: John Hallman, Senior Hardware Engineer
  • Overview: Critical components in modern Government electronic systems have short lifecycles when compared to system development and operation. To bridge the gap, automated tools are necessary to efficiently migrate designs into modern devices. This maintains technical superiority for the warfighter and reduces fears of counterfeiting and procurement from the grey market.

GOMACTech is the preeminent conference for the review of developments in microelectronic devices, circuits and applications for government systems. The GOMACTech conference is an Unclassified, Export-Controlled event that requires participants to be U.S. Citizens or legal U.S. Permanent Residents. To learn more about the 39th Annual GOMACTech Conference, click here.


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