Through a series of press releases, commentary, images and publications, the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum provides insights into its work and current debates on homeland security policy.
Who is on Fortinet’s new Public Sector Advisory Council?
Fortinet announces the creation of its new Public Sector Advisory Council, adding Suzanne Spaulding, HSEG Member and Former Under Secretary for the National Protection and Programs Directorate Department of Homeland Security
BUILDING A REGIONAL, RIGHT OF BOOM CYBER DEFENSE NETWORK
War on the Rocks cites Juliette Kayyem, HSEG Member and former Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security under President Obama, new book, 'The Devil Never Sleeps'.
Jane Harman: “Pres. Biden deserves a lot of credit for the renewal of NATO”
Jane Harman, HSEG Co-Chair and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars president emerita says, "President Biden deserves credit not only for revitalizing the NATO alliance but for trying to build a“buffer against China as well."
It’s time to show the real horror of mass shootings. In pictures.
Jeh Johnson, HSEG Member and Former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security writes oped for the Washington Post: "It’s time to show the real horror of mass shootings. In pictures."
If You're Over 60, the FBI Has a Major New Warning for You
William Webster, HSEG Member, Former Director of both the FBI and the CIA, issued a warning about elder fraud. Webster instructed older adults to pay attention to warning signs of these financial schemes, which purposely target older adults in an attempt to con them out of money or property.
Texas newspaper editor says 'urgent questions' about Uvalde massacre have not been answered
"We are hearing that things could have been worse, which is always true.. The question is whether things could have been less bad. And I fear the answer could be yes." - Juliette Kayyem, HSEG Member
'We will learn nothing': National security expert warns against sanitizing the Texas shooting
Juliette Kayyem, HSEG Member and former Assistant Secretary for Homeland Security under President Obama explains what Uvalde families are going through in the aftermath of the attack, and what must change to prevent future mass shootings.
Stern Co-Authors Article on Buffalo Shooting and Factors that Drive Violent Extremism
Jessica Stern, HSEG Member and Professor at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University co-authors article on Buffalo Shooting and factors that drive violent Extremism
Balance of Power: NATO Membership and the War in Ukraine
Jane Harman, HSEG Co-Chair and Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars president emerita discusses the latest on the War in Ukraine
A Panel to Combat Disinformation Becomes a Victim of It
Mayorkas asks former officials to review the issue of fighting disinformation including Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff HSEG Co-Chair
Donell Harvin: Online hate groups will ‘continue to crank out violent extremists’ as long as ‘there's no content moderation.’
Erroll Southers, HSEG Member and Director of Homegrown Violent Extremism Studies at University of Southern California, explains how the internet is playing a role in the rise of violent extremism in America.
Making sense of government zero-trust guidance
Dan Prieto, HSEG Member Strategic Executive at Google Cloud, Former Director of Cybersecurity and Technology, Department of Defense makes sense of government zero-trust guidance.
Jeh Johnson says Biden needs to address "underlying causes" of migration to southern border
Jeh Johnson, HSEG Member and Former Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security says Biden needs to address "underlying causes" of migration to southern border on @FaceTheNation
Fire Insurance Is Feeding a Dangerous Fantasy
“We would be better prepared if we no longer viewed disasters as a surprise moment in time.” - HSEG Member Juliette Kayyem
In the world’s first crypto war, uncertainty about who will benefit
In the world’s first crypto war, uncertainty about who will benefit. HSEG Member Juan Zarate weighs in.
Businesses should build an off-line backup system, says fmr. Homeland Security chief Michael Chertoff
HSEG Co-Chair and Former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff says passwords, "by far the weakest link in cybersecurity."
Michael Chertoff: Russia is not a long-term strategic rival for the US
Michael Chertoff, HSEG Co-Chair and Former Secretary of DHS says Russia is Not a Long Term Strategic Rival for the US
No known security threats to Super Bowl LVI or Los Angeles region, authorities say
HSEG Member and Cathy Lanier, NFL's Chief Security Officer featured in ESPN
A Conversation with William Evanina
Washington Post Live has a Conversation with HSEG Member William Evanina, Former NCSC Director
General Petraeus: The 'disheartening and sad' endgame (CNN)
Our Member Peter Bergen, CNN National Security Analyst interviews General David Petraeus, Former Director of CIA.
Restricting Air Travel Would Encourage COVID-19 Vaccinations (NPR)
Our Member and faculty chair of the homeland security program at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government Juliette Kayyem speaks to NPR on Vaccinations.
Situation at Kabul airport 'going to get a lot worse before it gets better’ (The Hill)
Our Member, Former Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson featured in The Hill.
History Professors Consider How The Afghanistan War Will Be Remembered (NPR)
#HSEF21 Speaker Kathleen Belew speaks with NPR’s Michel Martin.
Afghanistan Faces Economic Shock as Sanctions Replace Foreign Aid (NYTimes)
Member and Founder of K2 Intelligence Juan Zarate discusses financial activity post-US withdrawal in Afghanistan in the New York Times.
Training to Fight in the Light (Brennan Center)
9/11 showed how overreliance on secrecy can be dangerous. That’s even more true today.. writes our Member and CISA Senior Adviser Suzanne Spaulding for the Brennan Center for Justice.
HSEF 2021 Sessions
View the plenary sessions and lightning rounds that took place on September 13 - 14, 2021.