The Homeland Security Team sat down with one of our distinguished 2017 speakers, Emily Keplar, DHS Intelligence Functional Manager Collection & Reporting Chair of DHS ISR Working Group, to get her insights on the future of Homeland Security.
We are living during complex times with growing advancements in technology alongside the global presence of evolving terrorists operations. Homeland Security Week has been designed to provide the necessary dialogue to help drive homeland security initiatives to protect our homeland.
Key themes running throughout the summit include:
National security relies on a variety of forces to remain intact. A capable defense force is the most obvious need, but modern economies also require stable access to essential supplies and vital resources in order to function. However, the coronavirus threatens to sever many of the lifelines that we’ve come to depend upon. Both the public and private sectors are adapting on the fly to counter these dilemmas, but it will take a steady supply of innovative new solutions to keep the nations of the world secure from external and internal threats.
Download to learn more about how the Covid-19 will impact the following areas and what the U.S. government is doing to address these challenges:
In advance of our Homeland Security Week, we have delved into some of the most prominent threats to Homeland Security to assess the consequences posed by technological pressures such as:
We created a customized Cyber Security Agenda for you! Explore our hand-picked sessions we think you would find most beneficial!
We have created a quick Homeland Security Week Border Security Agenda-at-a-glance so you can see all of the sessions that we have created to cover this timely and important topic.
The latest technological changes, as well as the socio-political environment, both at home and abroad, contribute to the difficulty of the task of ensuring homeland security. In advance of our 14th Annual Homeland Security Week, we’ve made it our mission to inform you of the latest innovations to help you keep your eye on the big picture view of Homeland Security. This 70 page volume covers topics such as:
Find out who attended last year's Homeland Security Week to get a preview of who you can expect to meet and learn from in 2019 this November 20-22 in Washington, D.C.!
The HSW Team created an easy to read Intelligence Agenda-at-a-Glance - take a look today to see the excellent speaking faculty that we have in store for you!
On March 18, 2019, DHS released its (FY) 2020 Budget request to Congress. In it, they outlined their plan to invest nearly $51.7 billion in the solutions, strategies and resources necessary to combat terrorism, defend our nations borders, facilitate safe trade and more in 2020.
Since then, the 2020 DHS budget has undergone a number of changes. On June 11, 2019, the House Appropriations Committee approved a $49.7 billion Adjusted Net Discretionary Budget. This amount represents a $2.2 billion above the fiscal year 2019 enacted level and $1.9 billion below the President’s initial request.
Both the original budget request and the appropriations bill emphasized cybersecurity, border security technology and systems modernization as key objectives for 2020. In this mega-infographic, we’ve broken down DHS’s most significant anticipated investments for 2020 to shed light on where DHS is investing and how these investments support the agency’s mission.