A Day on the INLETS are full day seminars on a focused topic providing case studies, instruction, and resources. Registration includes continental breakfast and lunch.
Held in various locations across the Mid-Atlantic, the “Day” format provides diversity of relevant topics at various location to accommodate attendee’s travel and training needs.
Open to Law Enforcement, Defense and Intel Entities, and industry professionals, including members of InfraGard, ASIS, and DSAC.
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December 5 | Owing Mills, MD
With Frank Abagnale as our featured presenter, the last road show of the year takes us just outside Baltimore for a look at terrorist organizations and criminal enterprises and their use of social media and technology in their financial transactions, fundraising, and illegal activity. A full day of instruction and liaison, join us as subject matter experts provide the knowledge and Mission: BBQ provides the lunch.
September 11 | Arlington, VA
Over 100 attendees from Connecticut to South Carolina joined us on September 11th for a special Day on the INLETS. Held near the Pentagon, we looked back to the events of 9/11 with personal reflection by responders from the Fire Department of New York (FDNY), Arlington Fire Departmentn and FBI agents from New York and Washington, DC. New Scotland Yard shared the trends of terrorism facing us today.
August 9 | Silver Spring, MD
Thanks for being among the 140 attendees from law enforcement agencies, military entities, schools, colleges, churches and businesses from across seven states to discuss an active shooter event from pre-event indicators, managing all aspects of the scene, to mitigating the aftermath.
March 20 | Columbia, MD
Presentations include: The latest in understanding and building an Insider Threat Program, the cyber role in the Insider Threat, and an espionage case study.
Presenters from: Private and public sector Subject Matter Experts
January 30 | Columbia, MD
Over 85 attendees from six states discussed and learned about terrorist use of virtual currencies and overseas operations, how the FBI investigates and targets terrorist and criminal organizations, and how this impacts Maryland, with case studies in the area.
February 27 | Annapolis, MD
Thanks for being among the 170 attendees from law enforcement agencies, military entities, schools, colleges, churches and businesses from across seven states to discuss an active shooter event from pre-event indicators, managing all aspects of the scene, to mitigating the aftermath.