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
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