Homeland Security Week 2014 announces presentation topics and speakers
Homeland Security Week 2014 announced the details of its upcoming conference and trade show, which is expected to feature over 40 high level presentations on Homeland Security, more than 60 exhibitors, and over 700 attendees.
The fourth annual Homeland Security Week conference and trade show will take place October 6 through 9 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington DC.
According to the Homeland Security Week 2014 website, the event will attract representatives from DHS, CBP, TSA, ICE, FBI, USCG, FEMA and more to address crucial issues relating to the homeland defense community.
Featured speakers include Randolph Alles, assistant commissioner for the office of air and marine, U.S. Customs and Border Protection; Wolf Tombe, CTO of U.S. Customs and Border Protection; Louis A. Rodi, III, deputy assistant director of national security programs for homeland security investigations at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement; Ronald May, acting director of Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection; and David Azuelo, commanding officer of the city of Tucson, Office of Emergency Management and Homeland Security.
Among the topics to be covered are preventing terrorism and enhancing security, border management and immigration, cybersecurity, disaster relief and emergency preparedness, and science and technology.
In addition, the conference will feature presentations, discussions, and technology demonstrations on DHS’ advanced fusion centers, collaborating on joint border operations, the evolving role of cybersecurity in critical infrastructure protection, implementing interoperable first responder communication capabilities, and new equipment and technologies available to federal, state, and local law enforcement.
Registration is now open on the Homeland Security Week 2014 website. You can download the latest full agenda here.