Miami, FL (PRWEB) January 21, 2011
The best known event in the annual Homeland Security calendar is the conference for Homeland Security Professionals, sponsored by Counter Terrorist magazine. The conference is already getting advanced bookings that are filling it up fast. "It's about saving lives, as far as we are concerned," states Sol Bradman, the CEO of Security Solutions International. "Whether here at the conference, through the magazine and the network, or through trainings like our MACTAC active shooter and the SWAT to CTU, we focus on that goal."
Last year's Counter Terrorist magazine's 5th annual HOMELAND SECURITY PROFESSIONALS conference concentrated on coordinated attacks like the one in Mumbai. Some 17 different speakers provided more than 200 attendees with a lot of useful information.
This year's 6th annual conference looks at developments around the globe that will impact on terrorism and crime in the USA. Instead of focusing on responses to attacks, as in past years, the conference will be dedicated to the prevention of incidents by examining the influences from outside the country on home-grown terrorism and crime here in the USA.
Topics to be considered include the following:
+ The influence of inciters like Anwar al-Awlaki from countries such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, and even Canada, and the probable direction this will take in 2012
+ How international Sharia financial donations help to foment incidents in the USA
+ International trends in terror attacks and what we can learn
+ "Profiling" is not a bad word: how better behavioral analysis can prevent tragedies like active shooter incidents
+ New technologies to help detect and prevent terror attacks
+ Humint: Intelligence in the USA and what we can learn about similar efforts against the insurgency in Iraq
+ The most likely terrorist modus operandi based on expert analysis of 2011 incidents
+ Crime, fraud, drugs and terrorism - a deadly crossroads and what we can do about it
This packed, week-long conference will provide a platform for hundreds of agents to learn together and discuss counter terror operations and developments in the homeland security field. Featuring an exciting lineup of some of the top experts in the country, it will be held October 3rd-7th, 2011, at the Palace Station Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, NV.
Security Solutions International (SSI) has helped more than 800 Federal, State and local agencies to prevent prepare and respond to the asymmetrical threat of organized crime, gangs, drug cartels, terrorist organizations, disease and natural disasters since 2004.
Security Solutions International also provides the professional First Responder community with the leading media in the field as the publishers of The Counter Terrorist Magazine, The Counter Terrorist Newsletter, webinars and interactive learning, as well as the Annual Homeland Security Professionals Conference - the central event in the First Responder calendar. The company has been contracted to provide content for the newly established, first in the nation, Homeland Security Network which debuted in October 2010. The completely secure network will be completely sponsor-driven and will provide First Responders with something they most need, a centralized, free source of real-time actionable intelligence, training, networking and an interactive learning experience.
About the Counter Terrorist Magazine
With a reputation forged by hard work and determination to empower Homeland Security warriors, Security Solutions International is proud to offer The Counter Terrorist Magazine.
America's premier informational journal for Homeland Security professionals, our mission is to provide first responders relevant technical information they need to combat terrorism at home and abroad. The Counter Terrorist's aim is nothing short of our country's motto regarding the war on terror . . . Be Ready!
With global expert contributors on a wide range of relevant topics, the content of The Counter Terrorist is unrivaled by any other publication in the field. Its circulation has more than doubled in the last year and continues to grow at an increasing rate.