Conference: Houston Corporate Security Symposium

Sent on behalf of US Department of Homeland Security-Office of Infrastructure Protection.

Dear Homeland Security Partner,

Please join your private and public sector colleagues at the Houston Corporate Security Symposium on February 21, 2018, at the University of Houston. The Houston Corporate Security Symposium is open to the private sector, state and local government, as well as personnel supporting the homeland security mission. The Houston symposium will feature speakers from the Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation, other U.S. Government entities, state and local agencies, as well as the private sector.

The CSS event focuses on topics that are critical to our national security and feature prominent speakers to  shed light on how to best leverage corporate security efforts and analytic capabilities to address issues such as terrorism, insider threat, cyber security, critical infrastructure protection, and other national security challenges.

Speakers at this day-long event will address a wide range of homeland security topics including Creating a High Value Intelligence Program, Corporate Espionage, and Security Considerations for Mass Gatherings. Throughout the event, between 250-400 attendees from both the public sector and private sector will attend. Some examples of past participants include security and risk management executives, cyber personnel, heads of first responder agencies, lead analysts, fusion center personnel, and legal and human resources representatives.

There is no cost to attend this day-long event.

More information and registration information can be found here: Houston CSS Invitation – FINAL. Please share with anyone who may be interested.