Featured Speakers

The Annual Training Conference brings together thought leaders to stimulate creative thinking on investigative strategies and countering health care fraud schemes.

General Sessions

 Case Robert Case
MITRE, Chief Scientist
Harnessing Technology to Combat Fraud
Wednesday, 4:30 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

Robert Case is the Chief Scientist for the Advanced Information Technology Center and is MITRE's Data to Decisions R&D Investment Area Leader. He began his professional career 25 years ago when he joined the National Security Agency. After some years with the government building analytic systems he joined MITRE's Bedford Artificial Intelligence Center in Boston and ran the Advanced Analytic Tools and Training department. He then spent five years as the CIO of a tier 2 automotive manufacturing company in Detroit where he ended up building a separate business unit dedicated to telemetry monitoring of industrial equipment and a watch center used to predict failure modes for several different manufacturing organizations. In time he returned to MITRE working in various DoD and IC organizations including leading MITRE's team at Fort Meade as the Executive Director of National Cyber Operations. Robert holds bachelor's degrees from Michigan State University in Biology and Computer Science and a Master's in Computer Science from Johns & Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Throughout his career Robert has focused on various analytic environments in applied business\mission contexts.
Stuart   Michele Stuart
JAG Investigations
Internet Profiling and Intelligence Gathering
Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

Ms. Stuart is a licensed Private Investigator in the State of Arizona with twenty years of experience specializing in the areas of Financial, Open Source Investigations (OSINT), Corporate Investigations, and Intelligence/Counter Intelligence. She is an Adjunct Professor with University of Virginia and an Instructor at Quantico for multi country training programs. She provides seminars on her specialized investigative techniques in Open Source Investigations (OSINT) to Federal and State law enforcement agencies, insurance investigators and military intelligence throughout the United States.

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