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"As the Maritime Community defines priorities, builds partnerships and modernizes capabilities it is vital to disseminate these advances to all stakeholders. IDGA’s Maritime Homeland Security ...

"As the Maritime Community defines priorities, builds partnerships and modernizes capabilities it is vital to disseminate these advances to all stakeholders. IDGA’s Maritime Homeland Security Summit, brings together departmental policy makers, uniformed service leaders, law enforcement and industry partners to exchange and share best practices and opportunities to improve the security of our Nation's maritime borders.

“As our Nation faces the long-term struggle against radical extremism in a period of persistent conflict, those responsible for Maritime Security must be prepared to conduct operations across a broad spectrum of threats and hazards.” (USCG Modernization Strategy)

This year’s event will focus on DHS modernization and capability advancements as well as partnerships with DoD, Industry, and Law Enforcement organizations to enhance the National Capacity for Maritime Homeland Security. The conference will also focus on efforts to support growth in commercial shipping, expansion in coastal development, new energy exploration, and increasing activity in the Arctic.

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    • latest Get the information presents a training conference: on current and future plans! See p. 4 for 8 th A nnual details… M ARI M E TI M EET KEY D ECI I N - A KER S S O M A N D H EA R FR O M A D I TI G U I H ED S N S H O M ELA N D S P EA KER FA CU LTY TH AT I CLU D ES : N ADM Thad Allen, USCG S ECU R ITY TM Commandant of the United States Coast Guard VADM Jody Breckenridge, USCG SUM M IT Commander, Coast Guard Pacific Area and Defense Forces West Maj Gen Michael Kostelnik, USAF (Ret) Coordi nated S upport for Assistant Commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, S ecure M ari m e B orders ti Office of Air and Marine Al Pena Deputy Assistant Secretary for Operations, United States April 26-29, 2010 Immigration and Customs Enforcement Hilton Miami Downtown RADM Ronald Rábago, USCG Miami, Florida Assistant Commandant for Acquisition, United States Coast Guard RADM Thomas Meek, USN Director, National Maritime Intelligence Center Sponsors: Media Partners w w w . ari m eH S sum m i com M ti t.
    • 8 th A nnual Who you will meet: M A R I M E H O M ELA N D TI IDGA’s Maritime Homeland Security Summit is a forum on the revolutionary challenges the Maritime S ECU R I S U M M I TY T TM community currently faces. You will have the unique opportunity to interact and network with an audience of military, government, academic and Coordi nated S upport f S ecure M ari m e B orders or ti private sector leaders with job functions such as: • Coast Guard District and Sector April 26-29, 2010 • Hilton Miami Downtown • Miami, Florida Commands As the Maritime Community defines priorities, builds partnerships and modernizes • Customs and Border Protection capabilities it is vital to disseminate these advances to all stakeholders. IDGA’s Maritime • Federal Transportation Security Homeland Security Summit, brings together departmental policy makers, uniformed service leaders, law enforcement and industry partners to exchange and share best practices and • Technology Development opportunities to improve the security of our Nation's maritime borders. • Security Integration “As our Nation faces the long-term struggle against radical extremism in a period of • Capabilities Development persistent conflict, those responsible for Maritime Security must be prepared to conduct operations across a broad spectrum of threats and hazards.” (USCG Modernization Strategy) • C4ISR • Program Management This year’s event will focus on DHS modernization and capability advancements as well as partnerships with DoD, Industry, and Law Enforcement organizations to enhance the National • Biometric Systems Enhancement Capacity for Maritime Homeland Security. The conference will also focus on efforts to support growth in commercial shipping, expansion in coastal development, new energy • Shipping Industry exploration, and increasing activity in the Arctic. • Intelligence This premier event will emphasize the following key issues: • Operations • Coast Guard Modernization Strategy and Vision for the 21st Century • Legislative actions in support of Coast Guard Modernization • Port Security • Maritime Domain Awareness • Civilian Maritime Community • Situational Awareness/Intelligence Integration • Coordinated Maritime Security Integration and Partnerships • DHS/DoD/Law Enforcement relationship and responsibilities, information sharing and interoperability • Latest capabilities and technology for Maritime Surveillance, Safety, and Security • Small vessel threats/waterborne IEDs “Good Strong Slate of • Underwater threat detection and mapping • Drug smuggling/illegal immigration/semi-submersible threats Speakers” - SRI International Do not delay! Mark your calendars for April 26-29 and register today! “Good overview of complex mission portfolio” - USCG R&D Center “Knowledgeable Cadre of speakers… Right on Target” - Miami Dade Police Department 2 w w w . ari m eH S sum m i com M ti t.
    • S ecuri Exerci Trai ng and ty se ni se S ecuri Exerci Trai ng and Li Exerci Li Exerci ve se ni Monday, April 26, 2010 8:45 AM Registration & Coffee 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM Receive Maritime Security Training Maritime Security Training Techniques and Requirements This presentation will provide you with the latest training Presenters: se procedures, best practices and methods as well as how to ve CAPT Joe Ahlstrom USMM USNR evaluate Exercises and Drills and implement Lessons Professor SUNY Maritime College Learned. The course will also provide you with the most up-to-date security measures and practical applications to CAPT James Staples USMM improve the safety and security of vessels, ports, and CAPT Stask Pelkowski, USCG facilities. The course will guide you through the latest Assistant Professor SUNY Maritime College training exercises and best practices you can implement immediately in your organization. 11:30AM - 12:30 PM Lunch 12:30 PM - 4:30 PM Participate in a live demonstration ty Live Security Exercise Participate in a customized scenario designed to test your Exercise Leaders: current plans and procedures in the event of an CAPT Joe Ahlstrom USMM USNR emergency. The exercise will feature a real-time situation Professor SUNY Maritime College in which you will need to work with your regional partners to effectively mitigate the threat. Following the exercise a CAPT James Staples USMM full assessment and de-brief will take place to discuss best CAPT Stask Pelkowski, USCG practices and improvement plans for your organization Assistant Professor SUNY Maritime College w w w . ari m eH S sum m i com M ti t. 3
    • M A I CO N FER EN CE D AY 1 N Tuesday,A pri 27,20 1 l 0 7:00 Registration & Coffee 2:15 EUCOM/AFRICOM/PACOM C4I Maritime Surveillance Programs 8:00 Opening Remarks: Welcome from Coast Guard • An overview of the Congressional 1206 Program, and its Sector Miami relationship to Maritime Surveillance Systems (MSS) • A focused discussion of MSS requirements in developing nations, CAPT Robert O. Fitton, USCG Sector Commander, USCG Sector Miami including examples of modular and scalable COTS solutions provided by PEO C4I/PMW 740 • PEO C4I/PMW 740 role in 1206 MSS FMS cases, including a 8:30 United States Coast Guard Modernization and KEYNOTE Priorities for Maritime Homeland Security discussion of achievements to date and future plans. ADM Thad Allen, USCG Dr. Kevin Buck Commandant, United States Coast Guard Principal Assistant Program Manager for EUCOM, International C4I Integration Program Office, (PMW 740) 9:00 Command Priorities and Vision for USCG Pacific Area and FORCECOM Priorities* 2:45 United States Immigration and Customs • Pacific Area threat assessment and operational capability update Enforcement Operational Update • PACAREA future plans and policies • ICE programs and capabilities in support of law enforcement • The role of OPCOM in the Coast Guard Modernization Plan authority • Regional support activities in support of maritime security and VADM Jody Breckenridge, USCG illegal trafficking Commander, Coast Guard Pacific Area and Defense Forces West • Future capability needs and requirement gaps *Due to potential changes in Coast Guard Command Structure, Al Pena FORCECOM may not be presented in this briefing Deputy Assistant Secretary for Operations, United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement 9:30 Command Priorities and Vision for USCG Atlantic Area and Coast Guard OPCOM** 3:15 Deterring Piracy with Visual Disruption Lasers • Pacific Area threat assessment and operational capability update • Approaching vessels can be warned at long distances. • PACAREA future plans and policies • Visual disruption deters hostile action. • The role of FORCECOM in the Coast Guard Modernization Plan • Safe to crewmembers and easy to deploy RADM Arthur E. Brooks, USCG Clint Meyers Deputy Commander, Coast Guard Atlantic Area and Defense Forces Business Development Manager, B.E Meyers East **OPCOM is a proposed Coast Guard Command that has not been 3:45 Networking and Refreshment Break officially created by law at the time of this publication. RADM Brooks may be limited in his ability to discuss this Command. 4:30 The Deployable Operations Group (DOG) Mission and Response Value to the National Security Capability 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break • Specialized forces in the current Maritime Security environment • Gaining efficiencies and effectiveness through adaptive force packages 10:45 The UAS “Technology Push” in Maritime Domain • Moving from point defense solutions to deployable dynamic Awareness capabilities •Fielding of the first Maritime Variant of the Predator B RDML William “Dean” Lee, USCG •Establishment of a joint program office and USCG and CBP Air and Commander, Deployable Operations Group, United States Coast Marine partnerships for improved Maritime Domain Awareness Guard Gen Michael Kostelnik, USAF (Ret) Assistant Commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Office 5:00 Stiletto / Craft Integrated Electronics Suite for of Air and Marine Maritime ISR and Littoral-Riverine activities • Developmental concepts to integrate navigation and other selected 11:15 Panel Discussion: Maritime UAS Operations craft data on common baseline navigation displays to satisfy the Panelist: Dave Ricker, Stark Aerospace, Inc. users' tactical needs in ever-increasing hostile environments • Overview of an electronics suite capable of providing improved If you would like to join a panel of experts on Unmanned Aerial Systems, contact Tom Engelman, Program Director, at navigational data, simplified control and monitoring of craft tom.engelman@idga.org systems, and increased situational awareness, including the first fully integrated biometric data collection and and matching capabilities • This presentation provides a brief summary of the development of 12:00 Lunch CIES(tm) from a simple system capable of providing basic 1:15 DHS Small Vessel Security Implementation Plan and navigation data, into a robust, broadband, Net Centric electronics Capabilities Innovation Panel suite that has fielded three operational units • Adopting a strategy developed from the small vessel stakeholder Richard Lane Kevin Poe recommendations VP, AMREL Program Manager, Azimuth, Inc. • Tailoring effective education, communication and coordination with the stakeholders 5:45 Tug and Barge Security • Implementing national and international standards for risked • Scope and magnitude of dangerous liquid transportation by tug based, threat reducing measures and barge companies • Current Security Requirements for tug and barge industry Robert Gauvin • Potential threats and solutions for a terrorist attack using a tug Technical Advisor, Office of Vessel Activities (CG-543) and barge as a weapon Dr. Kenneth Christopher Assistant Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Assistant Captain Joe Ahlstrom Professor and Program Coordinator, Criminal Justice, Park University Professor of Marine Transportation, SUNY Maritime College 6:15 Cocktail Reception Sponsored by: 4 w w w . ari m eH S sum m i com M ti t.
    • M A I CO N FER EN CE D AY 2 N W ednesday,A pri 28 ,20 1 l 0 7:30 Registration & Coffee 1:00 Panel: Coordinated Maritime Security Integration and Partnerships 8:00 Opening Remarks and Command Vision for Coast Discussing the need to actively engage risk management on a daily Guard District 7 operations basis, a contingency planning basis, and a grant request District Command Updates •District 7 threat assessment and operational capability update basis •Capability gaps and future investment opportunities Ted White RADM Robert Branham, USCG Senior Technical Advisor, Office of Shore Forces, Interagency Commander, Coast Guard District 7 Operations Center Program Coordinator, United States Coast Guard Captain Harvey Honig 8:30 Coast Guard District 5 Command Vision Miami-Dade Police Department, Seaport Operations Division •District 5 threat assessment and operational capability update •D5 Capability gaps and industry opportunities Hector Pesquera Assistant Director, Seaport Security, Port of Miami RADM Wayne Justice, USCG Commander, Coast Guard District 5 Cosmo Perrone Director of Security, Port of Long Beach 9:00 Coordinated Intelligence Efforts in Support of Maritime Domain Awareness 2:00 Civil Space’s New Paradigm in Maritime Awareness • Goals and mission of the NMIC • Global Maritime Awareness is becoming Feasible • How the NMIC will contribute to global maritime intelligence and • Major Paradigm Shift in Space System Capabilities • International Collaboration in Space is Key MDA • Capabilities and necessary next steps for the NMIC George “Guy” Thomas RADM Thomas Meek, USN Science and Technology Advisor, Office of Global Maritime Director, National Maritime Intelligence Center Situational Awareness 9:30 Canadian Maritime Domain Awareness 2:30 Dynamic ‘MDA’ For Homeland Security •System Capabilities & Update • Dynamic Data Integration at Fusion Centers • Derived Sense Making by Automated Data Correlation Pierre Poirier • Dynamic ‘Inference’ Engines for Violations, Risks and Threats Marine Information Consultant, Xpert Solutions Technology Mr. Tan Lye Huat 10:15 Networking and Refreshment Break Program Manager, Defence Science and Technology, Agency Singapore 11:00 Coast Guard Acquisition Transformation and Major Programs Overview 3:15 Networking and Refreshment Break Rear Admiral Ronald J. Rábago USCG 4:00 Technology Development to Support the Detection Assistant Commandant for Acquisition of Small Vessel and Underwater Threats United States Coast Guard • Technology development to support the detection of small vessel and underwater threats 11:30 Science and Technology Advancements in Support • Latest results of the Stevens Institute of Technology DHS national of Maritime Domain Awareness center of excellence • Improving detection, tracking, and identification of all threats along the maritime border Professor Michael Bruno • Wide-area surveillance from the coast to beyond the horizon; port Feiler Chair Professor & Dean, School of Engineering & Science and inland waterways region – Technology to detect, ID, and track Stevens Institute of Technology • Data fusion and automated tools for command center operations 4:30 USNORTHCOM and NORAD Support and Anh Duong, SES Coordinated Activities in Support of Maritime Director, Border and Maritime Division, DHS S&T Homeland Security •NORTHCOM operational support for National maritime security 12:00 LUNCH •Partnerships with state, local, and federal organizations for improved safety and security RDML Mike Parks, USCG Deputy Director, J3 Operations, USNORTHCOM and NORAD 5:00 END OF MAIN SUMMIT w w w . ari m eH S sum m i com M ti t. 5
    • and Tour of the P ort of M i i P ort S ecuri A pplcati W orkshop P ort S ecuri A pplcati W orkshop ty i on am and Tour of the P ort of M i i am Thursday, April 29, 2010 These unique sessions will provide you with an in-depth look at the security measures and operational response capabilities of two unique ports with substantially different security requirements 8:00 AM Registration & Coffee 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM Port of LA/Long Beach and Port of Miami Security Application Sessions on This session will provide an overview of the security How you will benefit: measures and cooperative operations that support the • Hear best practices in Port Security from two dramatically safety and security of two major ports in the United different ports States. Ports in the United States and around the globe • Learn how to gain support from regional partners for have vastly different security vulnerabilities. This session increased awareness and more comprehensive security will present perspectives from the Port of Miami and the • Receive an in depth overview of Port of Miami security Port of LA/Long Beach. applications before visiting the Port itself i What will be covered: Session Leaders: • Security applications at the Port of Miami and Port of Louis Noriega La/Long Beach Chief Information Officer, Port of Miami • Comparison and contrast of the different vulnerabilities Cosmo Perrone and security measures needed at a major cargo port vs. a Director of Security, Port of Long Beach major cruise port • Case studies of regional partnerships between public and private organizations leading to more secure port activity ty 12:00 – 3:00 Registration 11:30 – 12:00 Includes transfer to and from the port Port of Miami The Port of Miami is among America’s busiest ports and recognized throughout the world with the dual distinction of being the Cruise Capital of the World and the Cargo Gateway of the Americas. The Port contributes over $17 billion annually to the South Florida economy and helps provide direct and indirect employment for over 176,000 jobs. One of our primary goals is to promote growth in both our cruise and cargo industries in Miami-Dade County and to make sure that every port user can conduct business safely, effectively and efficiently. This year’s tour will give you a look at the latest applications and operations in security at the Port of Miami. Port Tour will be lead by Louis Noriega, Chief Information Officer, Port of Miami 6 w w w . ari m eH S sum m i com M ti t.
    • S ponsorshi O pportuni es p ti Register Online, by Email, Sponsor or exhibit at IDGA’s Maritime Homeland Security Summit! IDGA sponsorships and exhibits are an excellent opportunity for your company to showcase its products and services to a highly targeted, senior-level military Phone, Fax or Mail audience. IDGA helps companies achieve sales, marketing and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit Web: www.MaritimeHSsummit.com spaces – all of which are tailored to help your company maximize its exposure at the event and reach key decision-makers in your field. Email: info@idga.org For more information on sponsoring or exhibiting please contact Angela Phone: 1-800-882-8684 or 1-646-378-6026 DiNatale at 212-885-2761 or sponsorship@idga.org. Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Mail: IDGA Venue and Lodgi ng: 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor Hilton Miami Downtown New York, NY 10017 1601 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida 33132 1-800-Hiltons Pricing Military, Government & Academia Pricing VIP EB1 EB2 Standard A bout I G A D Register Register Register Register and and Pay by and Pay by and Pay by Pay After The Institute for Defense & Government Advancement Jan. 29, 2010 March 5, 2010 April 2, 2010 April 2, 2010 (IDGA) is a non-partisan information-based organization Main Conference $799 $899 $999 dedicated to the promotion of innovative ideas in public Workshops each $500 $500 $500 service and defense. We bring together speaker panels comprised of military and government professionals while attracting delegates with decision-making Superpass $1,499 $1,699 $1,799 $1,899 (all four days) power from military, government and defense industries. For more information, please visit us at www.idga.org. Industry VIP EB1 EB2 Standard S ave the date f these other or Register Register Register Register and and Pay by and Pay by and Pay by Pay After upcom i I G A events! ng D Jan. 29, 2010 March 5, 2010 April 2, 2010 April 2, 2010 Main Conference $1,299 $1,399 $1,499 Workshops each $650 $650 $650 UAV Superpass $1,899 $1,999 $2,199 $2,299 (all four days) May 2010 *This category does NOT include government contractors; contractors are considered civilian/industry Summit TM for the purpose of determining registration fees. April 2010 Team Discounts* Number of Attendees Savings of: October 2010 3 to 4 10% 5 or more 15% * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined M ARI M E TI S U R VEI N CE LLA TM with any other discount. October 2010 LATI A M ER I N CA MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA Future Naval A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales tax. Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: December 2010 Summit TM JPMorgan Chase Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and Sponsors the event number: 10709.005/D/AK Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches†, and refreshments. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be subject to cancellation. Please refer to www.idga.org/cancellation for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy † Special Dietary Needs : If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-800-882-8684 to discuss your specific needs. ©2010 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common Media Partners law principles. w w w . ari m eH S sum m i com M ti t. 7
    • REGISTRATION CARD IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor ❑ Yes, please 8 th A nnual New York, NY 10017 register me for M A R I M E H O M ELA N D TI S ECU R I S U M M I TY T TM ❑ Security Exercise and Live Demonstration (Monday, April 26) ❑ Main Summit (Tuesday & Wednesday, April 27 & 28) ❑ Post Summit Conference Workshops (Thursday, April 29) ❑ Superpass (all 4 days) - Best Deal! See Page 7 for pricing details. Your customer registration code is: When registering, please provide the code above. Salutation/Rank________________________Name_____________________________ Job Title_______________________________________________________________ Unit/Division____________________________________________________________ Organization____________________________________________________________ Approving Manager______________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City__________________________________State______________Zip___________ Phone________________________________Fax_______________________________ 5 Ways to Register! 1 Web: www.MaritimeHSsummit.com E-mail__________________________________________________________________ 2 Email: info@idga.org ❑ Check enclosed for $_________ (Payable to IDGA) 3 Phone: 1-800-882-8684 ❑ Charge my __Amex __Visa __Mastercard __Diners Club 4 Fax: 646-378-6025, 24 hours a day Card #__________________________________Exp. Date___/___CVM Code_____ 5 Mail: IDGA 535 5th Avenue, 8th Floor ❑ Please keep me informed via email about this and other related events. 10709.005/D/AK New York, NY 10017 latest Get the presents a training conference: information on current and 8 th A nnual future plans! See p. 4 for M ARI M E TI details… H O M ELA N D Coordi nated S upport for S ecure M ari m e B orders ti S ECU R ITY TM April 26-29, 2010 Hilton Miami Downtown • Miami, Florida SUM M IT