CTC Employees Present Lecture at Advanced Technology Course

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Concurrent Technologies Corp. employees Ken Sweltz and Jesse Lambert recently presented a lecture on the firm’s Insider Predictive Analysis Knowledge System at the 12th Annual Classified Advanced Technology Update Course. The lecture took place at the Naval Post Graduate School in Monterey, Calif.

IPAKS will detect and predict insider threats early in the exploitation cycle and also uses semantic technologies to collect and analyze human behavioral precursors, computer generated technical precursors, and cyber information-use activities that appear normal but are not.

The CATU is intended for Top Secret/SCI-cleared military, DoD, civilian and industry technical personnel who are interested in updating knowledge on advanced technologies that support the mission of DoD.

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