The 2010 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security

Come witness the cutting edge of Homeland Security technology & network with the major players in the Defense & Civil industries!

2010 IEEE International Conference on Technologies for Homeland Security

Dates: November 8th – 10th, 2010

Location: Westin Waltham Boston in Waltham, MA

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IEEE is bringing together global science and technology thought leaders of homeland security technology innovation.

Interested in Cyber Security, Land and Maritime Border Security, Counter-WMD, Physical Security or Disaster Response/Recovery? These are the hot new areas of Security Technology many companies are striving to compete in.

In-depth Tutorials on fundamentals through HST application of Explosives & IEDs, Detection Sensors, Emergency Response, Attack Prediction & Prevention. Learn from the field leaders.

Participate in User Panels with experts from Government, Private & Public Industry. Find out the real state of the art with the most current insights from the most intimately involved people.

Get a head start on other researchers, grads, and staff by seeing real content and meeting the top people in the field.

With an expected 400+ attendees from 10+ countries, this is the place to network and build your professional relationships.

Keynote Speakers:
Howard A. Schmidt, Cyber Security Coordinator, U.S. White House
Dr. Starnes E. Walker, Director of Research, DHS S&T
Christopher Doyle, Director, Infrastructure & Geophysical Division, DHS S&T
Dr. Robert Griffin, Director of First Responder Programs, DHS S&T
Thomas A. Cellucci PhD, Chief Commercialization Officer, DHS S&T
Richard J. Driggers, Director of Infrastructure Information Collection Division, DHS IP
Leslee Shumway, Sensors & Surveillance, DHS S&T Border & Maritime Security Division

IEEE Conference on Homeland Security Technologies (IEEE HST 2010)

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