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2011 Technologies for Critical Incident Preparedness Conference & Expo
Date:8/1/2011

A Discussion of Lessons Learned, Future Risks, and Potential Responses

  • Presidential Policy Directive 8 and Its Impacts on Critical Infrastructure Protection

  • Geospatial Technology as a Collaborative Platform for Emergency Preparedness and Response

  • Cyber Security and Forensics

  • Social Networking Tools and How They Are Used by First Responders

  • Addressing the Active Shooter Threat

  • Innovative Technology for Search and Rescue Operations

  • Information Sharing and Intelligence Dissemination

    TCIP has been very successful over its more than 12-year history and this year's event promises to be one of the best. The conference will showcase a plenary on lessons learned in the Deep Water Horizon Oil Spill, the Chilean mine disaster, the recent events in Japan, as well as many current issues of concern to the homeland security community, such as cyber security and the active shooter threat. The wide range of topics offered is certain to be both informative and interesting. Stop by and catch a presentation in your specialty or area of interest.


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  • Contact: Kathleen Higgins
    kathleen.higgins@dhs.gov
    571-431-2760
    US Department of Homeland Security - Science and Technology
    Source:Eurekalert

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