From the threat of attacks against physical infrastructure to cyberterrorism and “hacktivists,” our nation is facing some of the most complex and challenging security issues in its history. These threats require an approach to national security that is comprehensive, dynamic and decisive.
Leading experts in the fields of electronic and physical security technology as well as counter- and anti-terrorism will discuss some of these approaches at the first annual Panasonic Federal Security Symposium taking place September 12 at The Army and Navy Club in Farragut Square in Washington, DC. The free event is designed to be a forum for professionals in the field to share insights on current and emerging security threats, applicable solutions, best practices, and other issues facing federal security professionals and system integrators responsible for securing our nation’s most critical assets in today’s challenging global environment.
Topics will include:
- Counter- and anti-terrorism
- Law enforcement mobility information technology
- Supply chain security
- Physical Security Information Management (PSIM)
- Critical infrastructure protection
- Evidentiary video and video analytics
- Physical and cyber security challenges
- New electronic security technologies and best practices
Interested in speaking? We are looking for educational submissions from industry experts, federal and private security analysts, specialists, researchers and law enforcement professionals who can speak to current and emerging issues in the field of electronic and physical security technology and counter- and anti-terrorism.
Click here for more information on submitting an abstract. Priority will be given to presentations with intermediate to advanced levels of content. The deadline for submissions is August 1.