Symposium on Counterfeit Parts and Materials

Technical Symposium & Expo: June 25-26, 2019
College Park, MD

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Tuesday, June 25
Opening Remarks

Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE
Session 1 : Opening Session - Session 1: Opening Session – What Is Being Counterfeited - Statistics?
Impacts of Component Shortages and Obsolescence on Counterfeiting

Peter Panaguiton, GIDEP
Changing Trends in Counterfeit and Nonconforming Reported Parts in the Electronics Supply Chain

Richard Smith, ERAI
Counterfeit Alerts: Closing the Loop?

Vernon Densler, SiliconExpert
Session 2 - Are the Standards Adequate to Protect You?
SAE International Counterfeit Standards: A 2020 Vision

Judith Ritchie, SAE
AS5553 Standard Update - Tools for Compliance with Federal Regulations

Robert Bodemuller, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Supply Chain Risk Mitigation Through Compliance Verification

Jim Lewis, Performance Review Institute
Leveraging Synergies Between IPC1782, IPC2581, and IPC2591 to Mitigate the Risks of Counterfeits

Cameron Shearon, Raytheon IDS
Session 3: Panel Discussion: Counterfeit Parts Regulations Impacts: Implementation of Counterfeit Parts Plan and Compliance to Industry Requirements

Questions for the Panelists

AIA Paper on Implementing Counterfeit Detection and Avoidance Systems in Accordance with DFARs 252.246-7007/7008

Moderator: Henry Livingston, BAE, Panelists: Robert Bodemuller, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Rick Roelecke, L3 Technologies, Joel Heebink, Honeywell, and Paula George SAE G19 and G21 .
Session 4 - Physical/Inspection/Tagging
Counterfeit and Rewrapped Lithium-ion Batteries in Market and Their Relationship with the Supply Chain

Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland
Can AI Help Us in the Fight Against Counterfeit Components?

Bill Cardoso, Ph.D., Creative Electron, Inc.

Cu Bond Metal Decap via Wet-etching & Dry-etching Processes

Erik Jordan, Nisene
Provenance Management: Balancing the Four-legged Stool

Daniel Stanton, SecureMarking Inc., and Mark Manning, iTrace Technologies, Inc.
Wednesday, June 26
Session 5 - Process Concerns
Prosecution of Counterfeiters: A Case Study of the Process: U.S. v. Rogelio Vasquez

Brian Resler, Assistant Deputy Chief for Litigation, Computer Crime, and Intellectual Property Section, USDOJ
Comparison of Clone and Authentic Altera Serial Configuration Devices

Nicholas Williams, Ph.D., SMT Corp
Case Study: Implementing a Counterfeit Electronic Parts Avoidance and Detection Policy from the Ground Up

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Jeff Hallman, Georgia Tech Research Institute
Session 6 - Cyber Physical System Security
Addressing the Need for Cross-industry Collaboration for Cyber-physical Systems Security

Call to Action
Dan DiMase, Aerocyonics

Microelectronics Threats

Glen Berger, US Navy

Avoidance of Vulnerable and Tampered Parts Through Hardware Assurance

John Hallman, OneSpin

An Ounce or Teaspoon of Paranoia?

Doug Britton, RunSafe Security Inc.

Session 7 - Bringing Information Security in the Solution Space
Blockchain – A CBP Perspective

Marie Williams, Branch Chief, Innovation, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Blockchain in Electronics Supply Chain for Part Provenance and Traceability

Curtis Grosskopf, IBM
Reducing the Fake Electronic Component Ingress Using Blockchain

Radu Diaconescu, Swissmic SA
Session 8 - Technology Solutions
Tamper-evident e-Seal

Richard McDermott, Ph.D., SIGNAKEY
Native Characteristics of Electronic Components for Identification and Authentication

David Ross, Ph.D., Alitheon
DUST: How Nano-Diamonds Prevent Counterfeits in Global Supply Chains

Ophir Gaathon, Ph.D., DUST Identity
Closing Remarks and Summary: Where Do We Stand and Where Do We Go from Here?

Diganta Das, Ph.D., CALCE/University of Maryland

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