DMI to Present at 2nd Annual NSA Trusted Computing Conference and Exposition

Presentations Debunk Persistent Trusted Computing Myths and Demonstrate the Superiority of Commercially Available Trusted Computing Solutions

Bethesda, MD—September 7, 2011—DMI (, a leading IT solutions and business strategy consulting firm, announced today that it will be presenting at the upcoming 2nd Annual NSA Trusted Computing Conference and Exposition taking place September 20–22, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. DMI’s Director of Trusted Computing Solutions, Ari Singer, and Distinguished Technologist, Stacy Cannady will be presenting. The theme for this year’s event is “Using COTS Technologies to Deliver Decisive Defensive Advantage.” DMI’s presentations will clearly show how trusted computing solutions can both defeat common cyber threats and improve operational agility and effectiveness.

Mr. Singer will present A Day in the Life Demo, highlighting commercially available trusted computing products and open source technologies that can provide critical improvements in security, manageability, and usability in enterprise and government environments.

Singer will also present Parallel Universe: Headlines from a Trusted World, an in-depth, case-by-case look at how trusted computing techniques could have thwarted several recent cybersecurity breaches.

Mr. Cannady will present Be Yourself – Using Trusted Network Connect to Enable Federated Identity, detailing how Trusted Network Connect (TNC) can be used to automatically and securely create and manage federated (cross-enterprise) user IDs.

Cannady will also participate in a Keynote Industry Panel: Debunking the Myths of Trusted Computing.

DMI, a Gold Level sponsor of the Conference, will also be exhibiting at booth #306. DMI will be demonstrating its cybersecurity operations solutions, which deliver a proactive, automated, adaptive defense for its clients. DMI cybersecurity solutions and services are distinguished by their use of trusted computing technologies to verifiably raise clients’ real-time situational awareness and security posture.

“This is our second year as a proud sponsor and presenter at the NSA Trusted Computing Conference and Exposition,” said Jay Sunny Bajaj, DMI’s CEO. “After this summer’s stunning series of high profile cyber attacks, it’s clear that the need for trusted computing solutions has never been greater. Ari and Stacy will illustrate the overwhelming benefits of incorporating trusted computing into a proactive defense. These will be ‘must-see’ presentations.”

Conference information can be found at .

About DMI:

DMI is a leading IT solutions and business strategy consulting firm focused on providing solutions that transform enterprise operations in government and business. Our commitment to superior services and solutions, including Strategic Consulting, Desktop Management, Network Management, Enterprise Applications, and Cybersecurity, has resulted in dramatic growth and an expanding client base that includes twelve of the fifteen U.S. Federal Departments as well as multiple defense organizations and military services. DMI is an SBA-certified small business, headquartered in Bethesda MD, with satellite and project offices throughout the country.

Stacy Greiner