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19th Annual NDIA Security Symposium & Exhibition

17-19 June 2003 
Table of Contents

Tuesday, June 17, 2003

Session I: The Challenge of Information Sharing and Interoperability

OMB and Information Sharing by Mr. Michael Daniel

JRIES - A Federal, State and Municipal Combating Terrorism Partnership by Lt. Col. Rolf Palmer

Session II: The Challenge of Infrastructure Security

Infrastructure Security Challenges for the Defense Industrial Base by Capt Bob Magee

Critical Infrastructure Protection Program by Mr. Randy R. Smith

Session III: The Challenge of Transportation and Border Security

Securing the Supply Chain by Lt. Gen. Kenneth Wykle

In-Transit Security Arms, Ammunition and Explosives by Mr. Earl Boyanton

Transportation Security Administration: Maritime and Land Security Directorate by Mr. Nicholas P. Lakis

Transportation Security: "Safeguarding the Shipment of America's Most Dangerous Cargoes against Terrorist Attack" by Mr. Ed Badolato

Dual Benefits from Applications of Innovative Transportation Security Technologies by Mr. Mike Dinning

Session IV: The Challenge of-Post 911 Emergency Preparedness & Response-Public and Private Cooperation

The Challenge of Post-911 Emergency Preparedness by Ms. Suzanne Jenniches

Verizon Contingency Planning for COOP by Mr. Earl B. Cohen

Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Session V: The Challenge of Understanding and MAnaging Public Response to Terrorism

The Challenge of Understanding and Managing Public Response to Terrorism by Dr. Hugo B. Poza

Session VI: The Challenge of Meeting Human Resource Constraints and Security Privitization

Contractor Security Support For Government Facilities by BG David Foley

Protect The Force: Fighting the Base From the Ground Up by Brig. Gen. James Shamess

Meeting Human Resource Constraints in Homeland Security and Defense by Dr. John Pournoor

Session VII: The Challenge of Science & Technology

Combating Terrorism Technology Support by Dr. G. Dan Smith

The Technical Challenges of Homeland Security by Mr. John R Wootton

Enduring Homeland Security Solutions by Mr. Bob Desourdis

Mission Critical Processing by Mr. Dan Skret

Session VIII: Technology Forum Focus Groups

Group I: Chemical/Biological/Explosive Detection Security

Low Cost Toxic Chemical 7 Fire Detection by Dr. Steven Sunshine

Integrated Detection of Hazardous Material Program by Mr. Jack Fulton

CBR Infrastructure Protection by Mr. James Risser

Contraband / Explosives Detection by Mr. G. Pasmanik

Raman Chemical Imaging Provides Rapid BioThreat Detection by Mr. Steven Vanni

Chem/Bio/Radiological Resistant and Decontamination Shelters by Mr. Brian Dearing

Test and Evaluation of Cargo Explosive Detection Equipment by Mr. Albert Birks

Group II: Physical Security & Force Protection

Homeland Security Applications of Risk Assessment by Mr. Cameron Miner

Terrorist Protection Planning by Dr. Joseph Indusi

Developments in the IntelliFIBER Fiber Optic Fence Sensor by Dr. Mel Maki, Jeremy Weese

Recent Development in Portable Sensor by Mr. Andre Gagnon

Tactical-scale Aerostat for Force Protection Applications by Mr. Dan Nickell

Biometrics for Terrorist Watch List Applications by Mr. Mike Bone

Science Fiction Security by Dr. Alan Lipton

Stealth and Deception - Speed and Violence by Mr. Brian Sandford

Group III: Critical Infrastructure Protection/Cyber Security

Common Sense Approach to Water Security by Col. Ron Torgerson

Eagle - A Cargo Inspection System for Ports of Entry by Dr. R. A. Armistead

Security Advantages of Centralized Fiber Networks by Mr. Daniel Harman

Risk Management for Opaque Networks by Ms. De Ann Pope

What Can Security-Critical Engineering learn from Safety-Critical Engineering? by Dr. Gerald Larocque

Smart Surveillance: Technology, Security Protocols by Mr. Brooks McChesney

Thursday, June 19, 2003

Session IX: Legislation and Security Technologies

Legislation and Security Technology: Legislative Trends and Effects: Technology Issues Post 9/11 by Ms. Rebecca Dornbusch

Government Applications of Biometric Technologies by Mr. James Puleo

Biometrics - Standards Activities by Mr. Paul R. Collier

Session X: The Challenge of Force Protection

U. S. Coat Guard Force Protection by CAPT. Mike Smith

Product Manager, Physical Security Equipment by LTC Eugene Stockel

Opportunities For Innovation & New Technologies by Mr. Leopold L. Targosz, Jr

Force Protection Technology by LTC Donald Wussler

PM - Guardian Status by Dr. David Cullin

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