2022 Early Confirmed Speakers Include:
Matthew Hudak, SES
National Deputy Chief
United States Border Patrol
Acting Deputy Director
Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS)
Director, National Counter Terrorism Center
MG Randall V. Simmons, Jr., ARNG
Dennis J. Michelini
Deputy Executive Assistant Commissioner, Air and Marine Operations
Deputy Director, INTERPOL – Washington
Assistant Administrator for Intelligence & Analysis
Transportation Security Administration (TSA), DHS
Download the 2022 Agenda Here
Why You Should Attend This Summit:
The FY 2022 Homeland Security bill provides $14.11 billion in net discretionary appropriations for CBP, which includes $132 million for new innovative technologies to help enhance border security. The bill also gives $7.97 billion in discretionary appropriations for ICE, which includes 2.26 billion for all HSI intelligence programs. DSI’s 10th Annual Border Security and Intelligence Summit will bring together DHS, IC, Federal Agencies, & Industry to discuss current/future efforts toward integrating new policies & advanced technologies that are helping to ensure the continued protection & security of our Nation’s borders. At this forum, senior level leaders from the across the USG will detail intelligence strategies & solutions toward combating transnational organized crime, illicit trade & travel, & human smuggling/trafficking, & other threats to the U.S. Homeland.
Attendees at this forum will learn about how securing the U.S. Borders & ports-of-entry continue to be a critical priority for Federal government agencies, particularly as the threat landscape continually evolves at a rapid pace. They will also have the opportunity to hear about the different ways various critical agencies & law enforcement partners, as well as international partners, are working to improve information sharing & intelligence capabilities to effectively undermine and counter transnational criminal organizations and the multitude of threats they pose the American people. The 2022 Summit topics will also include the development & delivery of innovative commercial technologies and solutions to help enhance border security on the ground, as well as a panel of Senior government & private industry experts that will examine innovative ways to counter the flow of Fentanyl/other narcotics across the border via the mail.
The Summit’s educational ‘Town Hall’ format will serve as a conduit for cross collaboration and the interchange of knowledge. Join us for an honest, open discussion between senior leaders across federal government, the US military, academia, and industry to better understand how be protect the border form transnational crime and unlawful trade and travel.