Eliminating the Nexus Between Drugs and Terrorism
Counter Narco-Terrorism and Drug Interdiction will focus on the technology and capability requirements needed by the US government to expose and eliminate the main sources of terrorist financing. This event will be a venue specifically geared towards discussing the assets and technology requirements of acquisition offices within the US government. Best practice and lessons learned from recent operations will offer opportunities to discuss the way ahead via acquisition roadmaps from key military and industry stakeholders.
Key areas of focus/problems that should be discussed at the event include:
• What technologies and assets could best identify and track Narco-Terrorism activity so that DI can be accomplished?
• Where does the revenue stream lead us for money laundering and transmitting terrorist funds?
• How to design the latest equipment needed to properly coordinate and interdict traffickers?
• What are the specific issues associated with the different terrorist groups of US focus?
• How can international cooperation and policy best aid in CNT&DI; activities?
• What is needed to break down the stovepipes and increase interagency sharing of intelligence?
• Where to employ assets and tech for greatest efficiency on land and sea?
Day one of the event will be focused on anti money laundering and will feature an in-depth and interactive series of workshops that examine current anti-money
laundering initiatives and advancements. Day two and three of the Counter Narco-Terrorism and Drug Interdiction 2012 will be the main conference days and attendees will be able to meet, network and engage with top government and industry professionals concerned about Counter Narco-Terrorism.
The Counter Narco-Terrorism and Drug Interdiction 2012 will be held September 24-26, 2012 at the Hilton Miami Downtown.
1601 Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, FL 33132
Professionals from the
following fields and responsibilities: Program/Project Managers, Commanding Officers, Directors/Presidents/CEOs/VPs, Special Agents In Charge, Chief Computer and Research
Scientists, Electronics and System
Engineers, and Business Development
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