Just Confirmed! FBI Director Christopher Wray to Join 2017 Summit on Thursday, September 7th. See agenda for details!

Confirmed! Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Tom Bossert will provide the keynote address on Wednesday, September 6th.

Confirmed! Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats will speak at the Summit on the Thursday, September 7th.


Hear from Key Leadership at the 2017 Intelligence & National Security Summit

  Tom Bossert

Tom Bossert


Assistant to the President for Homeland  
Security and CounterTerrorism

  Robert Cardillo

Robert Cardillo


Director
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

  Dan Coats

Dan Coats


Director of National Intelligence
United States of America

  ADM Michael Rogers, USN

ADM Michael Rogers, USN


Commander, U.S. Cyber Command
and
Director, National Security Agency/Chief, Central Security Service

  Betty Sapp

Betty Sapp


Director
National Reconnaissance Office

  Christopher Wray

Christopher Wray


Director
FBI


The State of US Intelligence:  A Time of Transition, Challenge and Innovation

As a new Administration assumes the responsibilities of governing and protecting the American people, the U.S. Intelligence Community and its allied partners are faced with the imperative of ensuring that intelligence capabilities can anticipate and respond to new and existing threats to national security today and in the future. At a time of unprecedented and varied threats, and with the intriguing cyber domain evolving at an explosive pace, we are at an appropriate juncture for a public examination of what is working well and how the IC needs to adapt to meet the challenges ahead.   

AFCEA International and the Intelligence and National Security Alliance (INSA) are pleased to host the fourth annual Intelligence and National Security Summit to provide the platform for this public discussion of US Intelligence’s challenges and opportunities in this year of transition, challenge, and innovation. The two-day Summit features five plenary sessions during which leaders of U.S. Intelligence and allied partners will offer their assessments of these issues.  In addition, in nine breakout sessions thought leaders from the public and private sectors will explore enduring and emerging issues that will influence the IC in the future.