DSI to hold Border Security & Intelligence Summit next week

DSI’s 11th annual Border Security & Intelligence Summit is taking place next week, April 26-27, 2023 at the Sunset Room in National Harbor, MD. The summit will bring together DHS, IC, Federal Agencies, & Industry to discuss current and future efforts toward integrating new policies and technologies to ensure US Borders are secure and protected.

This forum will feature 20+ presentations, including a panel discussion and a fireside chat with senior leaders across the Homeland Security & Intelligence communities to discuss current goals for border modernization as well as other critical topics such as:

  • Detecting and Dismantling Transnational Criminal Threats to Increase Security and Defend US Security Interests
  • Facilitating Safe and Lawful Trade and Travel at Points of Entry across the US Border
  • Increasing DoD-LEA Interoperability to Strengthen US Borders and Protect the Homeland
  • Embracing Innovative Technologies and Systems to Establish a 21st Century Border Security Strategy
  • Utilizing DHS Capabilities and Expertise to Advance Human Tracking Law enforcement
  • And more

2023 confirmed speakers include:

  • Raul L. Ortiz- Chief, US Border Patrol
  • Blas Nuñez-Neto- Assistant Secretary for Border & Immigration Policy, DHS
  • Pete Flores- Executive Assistant Commissioner, Office of Field Operations, CBP
  • Gloria I. Chavez- Chief Patrol Agent, US Border Patrol, RGV Sector
  • MG Matt D. Smith, USA– Commanding General Joint Task Force North, NORTHCOM
  • Ryan T. Young- Executive Assistant Director, Intelligence Branch, FBI
  • Patrick J. Lechleitner– Acting Executive Associate Director, Homeland Security Investigations, ICE
  • Fred Gaspar– Vice President, Commercial and Trade Branch, Canada Border Services Agency

To learn more about the summit, please visit https://bordersecuritysummit.dsigroup.org/

Source: DSI Group

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