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.
HSEF Announces Accrete AI Government as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON — Accrete AI Government Partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. William Wall - CEO for Accrete AI Government released the following statement: "As a Corporate Partner of the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum (HSEF), we are proud and excited to join other representatives from industry and government in a discussion of our nation's most pressing homeland security issues. Artificial Intelligence has an exponentially growing role in helping decision makers and analysts in this field extract predictive insights and spot critical warning signals from the ever-growing universe of unstructured data.”
HSEF Announces Microsoft Federal as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON — Microsoft Federal Partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. Rhett Krulla, Chief Technology Officer, Homeland Security Division at Microsoft Federal released the following statement: "Microsoft Federal is committed to empowering our customers to achieve more, from protecting critical infrastructure, to enabling greater insights and analytics, while enhancing collaboration and the sharing of data. The world continues to evolve at an ever faster pace along with the threats, both physical and digital, and we need the agility and intelligence to quickly adapt and respond. Microsoft Federal is excited to partner with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum and engage with mission leaders and industry colleagues to address the challenges we face today and into tomorrow."
HSEF Announces Peraton Corporation as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON – The Homeland Security Enterprise Forum (HSEF) today announced Peraton as a 2022 corporate partner. Mara Motherway, Senior Vice President for Government and Customer Relations, released the following statement: “Keeping America safe in today’s threat environment is one of the greatest challenges we face as a nation. With the rise of digital warfare, the threats we now face are different from even ten years ago - from cyberattacks on our critical infrastructure to disinformation. Peraton is proud to participate in this year’s Homeland Security Enterprise Forum as we work to protect our homeland. The HSEF forum gathers some of the smartest, most influential Americans to discuss and address how to create integral solutions to these complex and challenging issues.”
HSEF Announces S2 Global as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON — S2 Global partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. Jonathan Fleming released the following statement: S2 Global is pleased to be supporting the 2022 Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. The forum provides the right atmosphere for us to discuss successful programs that facilitate better processes and meet the DHS mission. We look forward to talking with industry colleagues about innovations that accelerate the inspection process specifically along our nation’s borders.
HSEF Announces MITRE Corporation as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON — MITRE partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. Yosry Barsoum released the following statement: The Homeland Security Enterprise Forum is a dynamic convening of leaders in industry and government, bringing a whole-of-nation perspective to stimulate discussion around the issues and solutions that are top priorities for our homeland security enterprise. This year’s theme of Security through Partnership is exceedingly relevant and will accelerate solutions to overcome risks and threats, ultimately, keeping our nation safer.
HSEF Announces InfraGard National as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON - The Homeland Security Enterprise Forum (HSEF) today announced InfraGard National Members Alliance as a 2022 corporate partner, marking the second consecutive year the two organizations have collaborated on this signature event. This year's theme is Security Through Partnership, a fitting alignment with InfraGard National Members Alliance and its mission to protect United States critical infrastructure and the American people by cultivating communications, collaboration and engagement between the public and private sectors. Ivan Wolkind, Chairman of InfraGard National Members Alliance, released the following statement: “85% of U.S. critical infrastructure is owned and operated by the private sector. This includes our national security and economic interests, public health and safety, technology, and innovation; in essence, the pillars that constitute the foundation of American life. We are proud to partner with The Homeland Security Enterprise Forum as they assemble and engage vital stakeholders in this space. The work of InfraGard National Members Alliance is based on the premise that safety and security is a shared responsibility between the public and private sectors. The 2022 HSEF theme of Security Through Partnership reinforces how important collaboration continues to be in strengthening the safety and security of our nation.”
HSEF Announces CLEAR as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON — CLEAR partners with the 2022 Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. Caryn Seidman-Becker, CEO of CLEAR released the following statement: "Since day one, our mission has been to make experiences safer and easier, and by working together, we are helping make our world both more secure and more frictionless. We are proud to support the 2022 Homeland Security Enterprise Forum (HSEF) and contribute to the important work being done here." We look forward to CLEAR’s thought leadership as a Gold Corporate Partner.
HSEF Announces SIMS Software as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON —SIMS Software Partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. Michael Struttmann, CEO & President released the following statement: Based on the tremendous success of the inaugural Homeland Security Enterprise Forum (HSEF) last fall, we are extremely excited to be a sponsor again in 2022, as we share in the common goal of furthering the security of our nation. As part of the SIMS Software mission, we aim to strengthen America’s security posture by protecting high-value information and technologies, supporting the national security objectives. The HSEF provides an important opportunity for the voices of government leaders, the private sector, and the civil society to come together to discuss the evolving and complex risk landscape we are facing. Through partnership and collaboration, our policy makers and government agencies can take these critical insights the forum provides and implement solutions to make our country a safer place – today and well into the future.
HSEF Announces Airlines for America as a 2022 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON —Airlines for America Partners with the 2022 Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. Airlines for America's Vice President for Security and Facilitation, Lauren Beyer released the following statement: "Airlines for America is proud to support the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum as a Corporate Partner. As industries around the globe navigate and mitigate rapidly evolving risks, the Forum provides an important platform for discussion and information sharing across the public and private sectors. The safety and security of the traveling public is always the aviation industry's top priority, and we appreciate HSEF's role in advancing our shared goal of ensuring aviation remains the safest mode of transportation in the world.