2013 marks the ten year anniversary of the creation of the Department of Homeland Security. Due to changing developments, there is a rising demand for equipment, training and intelligence solutions specific to various areas of operation. DHS will lead these efforts and look to advance the capabilities necessary to accomplish each mission including new strategies to improve situational awareness, enhance deployment/maintainability and reduce operating and support costs.
IDGA’s Homeland Security 2013 will bring together all personnel from CBP, TSA, USCG, FEMA and more to discuss the most pressing issues facing the homeland defense community. Homeland Security 2013 will feature in-depth sessions covering Land & Maritime Border Security, Cybersecurity & Critical Infrastructure Protection and Disaster Preparedness & Response. Attendees will have the opportunity to examine future trends, identify immediate and long-term needs, and uncover up-and-coming technologies for use in critical areas of the homeland security mission.
Departmental policy makers, uniformed service leaders, law enforcement and industry partners will gather in Washington D.C. to network, share best practices and expose potential paths to analyze the future of homeland security.
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