Whether you have an existing client base within the DHS, DOJ, DoD, etc. that you would like to expand or are hoping to carve out some new space in this growing industry, Homeland Security 2013 offers unparalleled access and exposure to the homeland security stakeholders in the federal government.
With an expanded focus to cover all aspects of homeland security, your company will be on display for over 600 people, with decision makers and influencers across every agency involved in securing our nation's security represented. This year's event takes place in downtown Washington, DC, centrally located a short distance from the headquarters and/or field offices of all of the relevant agencies.
Taking place just as the government agencies get access to their fiscal year 2014 budgets, this offers a perfect opportunity to make the connections that lead to prosperous relationships. The White House's April proposal for the 2014 budget included:
Given the expansion of event topics to include all of the pressing security requirements impacting homeland security, we'll have government representatives speaking and attending seeking solutions in a variety of areas. Below are the main topic areas for our event and just a sampling of some of the solutions our audience will be seeking in these areas.
Land and Maritime Border Security
Fixed Tower Surveillance Systems, Targeting Systems, Tactical Communications, Tethered Aerostat Radar Systems, and Biometric Products & Services are among the many technologies our audience of U.S. CBP, USCG, FBI, TSA, ICE, and other representatives tasked with protecting land and maritime borders will be seeking.
Following mandates from the Obama Administration urging public-private collaboration to beef up the security of critical infrastructure, our audience of DHS' National Protection and Programs Directorate, U.S. Secret Service, U.S. Cyber Command, NIST, and more will be seeking the latest Systems Integration, Cyber Incident Response systems, Continuous Monitoring, Information Sharing technologies and more.
Disaster Preparedness and Response
Showcase your capabilities in front of FEMA, National Guard Bureau, Washington D.C. Metro Police, and more as they try to prepare for natural disasters, terrorist attacks, and more. They'll be seeking solutions for Wide Area Interoperability, Tactical Communications, Satellite Communications, Detection Systems, and more.
Big Data Analytics
As the threats to homeland security continue to evolve, the information all of these groups have to sift through to find the most pertinent pieces of intelligence. This offers an opportunity for those offering solutions in Data Integration, Analytics, andVisualization, Streaming Data Analysis, etc. can be applied to the various applications used for homeland security.
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Who You Will Meet
You will have the opportunity to meet with representatives from all of the relevant government agencies in our speaking faculty as well as in attendance. Below is a sampling of some of the speakers currently confirmed to join us as well as a sampling of our attendees:
U.S. Border Patrol
U.S. Secret Service
Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA)
U.S. Customs and Border Protection
Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START)
Ernie Mitchell Jr.
U.S. Fire Administrator
Contact us Today
We offer a variety of opportunities to ensure your group is receiving the necessary exposure. Our Sponsorship & Exhibitor Prospectus outlines some of these opportunities, but there are a variety of other options we'd be happy to discuss with your group. Give us a call at 212-885-2661 to discuss what you're trying to achieve and we'll outline some of the options and work on tailoring a package to the needs of your group. Keep in mind, this is a very hot topic and many of our opportunities are exclusive to one sponsor so contact us as soon as possible.
For more information or to learn about Homeland Security 2013 sponsorship opportunities, please contact Matthew Gordon at 212-885-2661 or via e-mail at Matthew.Gordon@idga.org.