The Global Identity Summit is evolving into the Federal Identity Forum & Exposition (FedID 2017). The move bolsters the event as the U.S. federal government’s primary outreach and collaboration-building event with the worldwide identity community.
FedID 2017 will be co-located with AFCEA’s well-established Homeland Security Conference.
Together, the events will attract nearly 3,000 professionals from the identity and homeland security communities, sharply increasing the number of solutions, networking and business building opportunities.
The event, which takes place September 11-14, is returning to Washington D.C. at the federal government’s request, and it offers the best location and space available to ensure that federal government professionals in this field can attend.
More information is available online. Media attendance is free.
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About the Federal Identity Forum & Exposition
Formerly known as the Global Identity Summit, the Federal Identity Forum & Exposition is the U.S. federal government’s primary outreach and collaboration-building event with the worldwide identity community.
About the Homeland Security Conference
More than any other operations, homeland security missions call for coordinated and end-to-end collaboration. Success depends on preparing for the unknowable, preventing the unthinkable and planning recovery from the unimaginable.
To assist in the process, AFCEA International brings together the people in charge of ensuring success—from subject matter experts to frontline responders—for open discussion about the various aspects of homeland security.
The association focuses on cyber, command, control, communications, computers and intelligence to address national and international security challenges.