Homeland Security Conference 2015: Coordinated Response, Integrated Security
More than any other operations, homeland security missions call for coordinated and end-to-end collaboration. Success depends on preparing for the unknowable, preventing the unthinkable and planning recovery from the unimaginable.
To assist in the process, AFCEA International brings together the people in charge of ensuring success—from subject matter experts to frontline responders—for two days of open discussion about the various aspects of homeland security. The 2015 line-up of speakers and panelists will explore integrated security and the Internet of Things; emergency management; FirstNet; and the importance of sharing information among other topics, including Ebola crisis management.
•Threats to Populations
•Threats to Institutions
•Threats to Systems
•Threats to Infrastructure
•Government - Take advantage of networking and professional development opportunities, as well as hands-on discovery of technology developments as you advance your career. Registration is FREE for active duty government registrants.
•Professional Certification Holders - Four Homeland Security 2015 sessions have been pre-approved for continuing education credits to sustain CompTIA and/or GIAC certifications.
•Exhibitors - Market your solutions to diverse clients and win business across the full spectrum of homeland security activities.
•Sponsors - Position yourself as a thought leader in the Homeland Security domain and expand your reach and mind-share.
•Small Businesses - Attend Tuesday morning programming focused on Small Business issues, and sign up for Small Business Matchmaking sessions (open to AFCEA Corporate members only) - Click Here for more information
Be part of the AFCEA Homeland Security Conference!
The AFCEA Homeland Security Conference is your chance to bring your products and solutions right to decision-makers within the homeland security community. The 2015 event will have a new format, with enhanced opportunities for networking between business and government, such as lunches held in the exhibit area each day, as well as an impressive program of keynote speakers, panelists and sessions.
Attendees are looking for your solutions in the following areas:
About the AFCEA:
AFCEA International, established in 1946, is a non-profit organization serving its members by providing a forum for the ethical exchange of information, and dedicated to increasing knowledge through the exploration of issues relevant to its members in information technology, communications and electronics for the defense, homeland security and intelligence communities.