The Intelligence National Security Alliance will host its six annual summit at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Center at Maryland’s National Harbor next month.
The Intelligence & National Security Summit runs from 10:30 a.m. on Sept. 4 to 5 p.m. on Sept. 5. In partnership with AFCEA, the the event will focus on topics such as emerging issues in cybersecurity, technology and innovation, intelligence policy and the readiness of the intelligence and national security workforce.
Confirmed speakers include Army Gen. Joseph Votel, former Special Operations Command and Central Command commander; Kari A. Bingen, undersecretary of defense for intelligence; and Stacey Dixon, deputy director of the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.
In addition, the summit is bringing back a third day of special classified-only sessions for cleared personnel. That event is held Sept. 12 in Springfield, Virginia, and is limited to registrants with a clearance at the Top-Secret/Sensitive Compartmentalized Information level.
Executive panel topics will range from “Applications for Artificial Intelligence” and “Combating Disinformation” to “Continuous Evaluation: Balancing Security & Privacy and Recruiting & Developing the Workforce of the Future.”
The event hashtag is #IntelSummit19.