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    NDIA Biometrics Conference 2010 Final NDIA Biometrics Conference 2010 Final Presentation Transcript

    • We’ll Need a Bigger Boat Modeling the HSPD 24 Enterprise 2010 NDIA Biometrics Conference © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • HSPD-24 Challenges: Unanticipated Consequences Issue: Given EPIC’s continuing mission since 1974, what will be the impact of Homeland Security Presidential Directive 24 (HSPD-24) for biometric and biographic data from the Federal resources to the borders and civil law enforcement jurisdictions? Prognosis: Dynamic quantitative computer topography Shows that the HSPD-24 will create a network of networks overwhelming current and future computer and communications systems, especially at EPIC. © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • USG Biometric Physical Presence • Dept of State • DoD – 220 consulates – 5,321 DoD Installations world wide • DHS – 6 geographic COCOMs – 115 airports – 14 seaports – 2 CONUS land borders – 150 land ports – 2 CONUS sea borders – EPIC – Combat operations • FBI field agencies – Humanitarian operations – 56 field offices – 400 resident agencies © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Biometric Security Growth HSPD-24 Metcalfe Law: n(n − 1)/2 © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Biometric Security Growth And that is just between agencies!!!! 190 Links HSPD-24 © 2010. ViaSim Solutions Metcalfe Law: n(n − 1)/2
    • Modeling System of Systems: Why? Agency Installations Links This DoD 5321 14,153,860 DoS 220 24,090 DHS 327* 38,781 Turns Into….. Lets Expand this out…shall we? *In 2008 CBP…….. Processed 1.09 Million People/day – 392.4 Million People/year Processed 25.4 Million Truck, Rail, and Sea Containers Executed 1 Million Arrests for Illegal Entry – 2,800/day Executed 26,280 Arrests of Criminals at Sea Ports – 76/day * Data obtained from CBP.gov © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Modeling System of Systems: Why? We all know the problem is Big, but……….. What happens when………. Biometric Data DoD Database Portal * Data obtained from CBP.gov © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Modeling System of Systems: Why? We all know the problem is Big, but……….. We Get This! Empty space in the Queue DoD Database Portal Information flow to Databases Information level rising in the queue Biometric and Biographic Data * Data obtained from CBP.gov © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Modeling Systems of Systems: How ViaSim Model Structure Potential Agency CONOPS Comm. Link Structure Enterprise Regional or Agency Installation Point of Entry Capture Devices © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Modeling Systems of Systems: How ViaSim Model Structure Potential Agency CONOPS 190 Links Enterprise between top level agencies Regional or Agency 528 Links between defense agencies, Services, and COCOMS Installation 14.1M Links between installations (5321 Installations) Point of Entry (MANY) Capture (MORE THAN MANY) Devices © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Modeling Systems of Systems: Looking at the Layers within Dimensions Agency Agency Agency DHS DOJ DoD DOS Standards Requirements Technology c Strategy c Policy c Enterprise c c National Regional Installation Pt. of Entry © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • Modeling Systems of Systems: Looking at the Layers The SimBLOX Modeling Framework These Layers Reside within the Parent Icon © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • The Need for Modeling the Biometrics Enterprise Exists Now. "We have to establish an enterprise architecture," said Bill Zimmerman, the capabilities integration division chief on the Biometrics Task Force, adding an effort is underway to "engage the biometrics industry [in the] development of a biometrics data model" for storing, sharing, matching and management. -- From Computerworld.com 09.23.09 © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • The Need for Modeling the Biometrics Enterprise Exists Now. “Opportunities to reduce gaps in our security through comprehensive data sharing may be lost unless remaining needs for biometrics data are appropriately filled…potential harm could come to U.S. interests from those individuals DHS and DOS could have prevented from entering the United States…it is important that DOD, the FBI, DHS, and DOS work together to determine the biometrics data needed and to share these data…” GAO-09-49 DOD Biometrics Collection and Sharing October 2008 © 2010. ViaSim Solutions
    • A Prescriptive and Descriptive Solution Prescriptive (Planning) Descriptive (Operating) • Define system wide acquisition • Identify Informational and Physical strategy backlogs • Set performance benchmarks • Quickly define growth strategy • Flexible and scalable to the needs • Predict system crashes and plan of the installation / enterprise responses (What-if) Plan System Assess Issue Model Implement Model the System Implement Response Replan/ Replan/ Model Model Replan Address Replan Address Risk Risk © 2010. ViaSim Solutions Time