Pre-Conference: Monday, April 2, 2012
Conference: Tuesday - Wednesday, April 3-4, 2012
Walter E. Washington Convention Center
Gain valuable insights into key issues central to the protection of our nation through in-depth conference sessions.
Contingency Planning & Management
he Contingency Planning & Management (CPM) Conference and Exposition offers in-depth conference sessions focused on key issues central to COOP, business continuity, emergency management and risk assessment.
When you register for the CPM 2012 Conference, you also get access to all these sessions:
Critical Infrastructure Protection
Critical infrastructure and key resources, in public and private sectors, must develop resiliency to various risks in order to continue operating safely and uninterrupted. This track examines the threats facing our nation’s critical infrastructure and how to best protect and secure these resources.
Cyber Terrorism and Cybercrime
Cybercrime is a growing national economic security threat. Whether coming from foreign governments, organized crime or terrorist organizations, these cyber attacks are only going to increase in intensity. No single process will stop these attacks; new approaches and increased vigilance are required. These sessions will provide an understanding of the nature and source of the attacks and how to protect against them.
Counter Terrorism: Domestic and International
The terrorist threat to our nation’s physical and economic security is always with us. Preparing, preventing and responding to attacks is more critical than ever before given the increasing sophistication and creativity of those who wish to do us harm. Agencies and individuals at all levels of government as well as the private sector must remain knowledgeable, vigilant and prepared. These sessions will increase your awareness and understanding of these threats, and how to protect our nation.