Atlanta AFCEA Homeland Security Conference

Call for Speakers

Atlanta AFCEA Homeland Security Conference
Wednesday, November 6th and Thursday, November 7th
Atlanta Convention Center

Important Dates

*All Times are Eastern Time

  • Abstract submission closes: July 1, 2024 Midnight
  • Notification to presenters: July 15, 2024

The Atlanta AFCEA Homeland Security Conference will take place on November 6 & 7, 2024. This event brings together Government agency stakeholders with industry partners to share information, review upcoming requirements, demonstrate capabilities, network, learn, and build relationships to solve challenges facing our nation.

The agenda committee is currently accepting speaking proposals from industry, government and academia covering the following topic areas of interest:

  • Cyber Crime (Ransomware, IP Theft, Cloud, Insider Threats, Organized Crime, Nation State Actors, etc.)
  • Network Security (zero trust, CMMC, disaster recovery, etc.)
  • National Security Issues (Department of Defense, National Guard)
  • Global Terrorism - Threat Analysis, Intelligence gathering and sharing
  • Digital Twins and Data modeling
  • Government use of Unmanned Systems (drones, robots, etc.)
  • Emergency Management – Disasters, Pandemics and Epidemics (CDC, FEMA, FirstNet)
  • Border Security (Customs & Border Protection, ICE, Federal Aviation Authority, Coast Guard)
  • Infrastructure Security (Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency)
  • Education (Federal Law Enforcement Training, academic solutions)
  • Emerging Technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Mixed Reality, Quantum Computing, Web 3.0, Smart Cities, Edge Computing, IoT devices)
  • Supply Chain – Policy, Architecture, Kill Chain, Block Chain, etc

Presentation Format

Presentations will last 30 minutes, including Q&A

Submission Guidelines

  • Submission must not exceed 500 words
  • Please include a presenter bio (1000 characters or less)
  • Multiple proposals are permitted

Contact Bob Jeffers if you have questions about the submission process.

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