Federal Identity Forum & Exposition
Formerly known as the Global Identity Summit, the Federal Identity Forum & Exposition (FedID 17) is the U.S. federal government’s primary outreach and collaboration-building event with the worldwide identity community. FedID is held annually and is designed to:
- Promote a comprehensive understanding of current capabilities, pending needs, market trends and future directions of both the federal government and the entire identity community.
- Initiate and advance public-private and cross-discipline collaboration necessary for the continued advancement and appropriate application of identity and access management disciplines across all mission spaces.
Homeland Security Conference
Detect, Enforce, Secure: Partners Serving our Nation
Through panel discussions, keynote speakers and networking opportunities, the Homeland Security Conference informs diverse protection professionals—from subject matter experts to frontline responders. The coordinated and end-to-end collaboration the variety of tasks securing the homeland require investigating a number of areas. To meet this need, the event includes discussions about:
- Border Security
- Insider Threat/Homegrown Terrorism
- Human Capital Initiatives
- IT Security Challenges
- DHS Procurement processes/policies