Through a series of press releases, commentary, images and publications, the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum provides insights into its work and current debates on homeland security policy.
HSEF Announces Delta as a 2023 Corporate Partner
“Delta Air Lines is proud to be a partner for this year’s Homeland Security Enterprise Forum, bringing industry and government leaders together to elevate partnerships and innovation as a critical infrastructure sector in the homeland security landscape.
HSEF Announces Idemia as a 2023 Corporate Partner
Reston, Virginia – September 22, 2023 – IDEMIA Identity and Security (I&S) North America, the global identity leader in biometric solutions and long-time authorized TSA PreCheck enrollment provider, has been announced as a 2023 corporate partner of the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum.
HSEF Announces United Airlines as a 2023 Corporate Partner
“United Airlines is proud to continue support of the 2023 Homeland Security Enterprise Forum as a Corporate Partner. HSEF provides a critical space to promote meaningful dialogue between policymakers and industry. We welcome the opportunity to discuss actions to strengthen our partnerships, improve the customer experience and maintain safety and security for United passengers and crew.”
HSEF Announces Deloitte as a 2023 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON, D.C. – September 19, 2023 – The Homeland Security Enterprise Forum announced Deloitte as a 2023 forum sponsor. The third annual Homeland Security Enterprise Forum, themed “Advancing the Enterprise,” will take place from October 9-10 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. and highlight how current and emerging technologies can advance efforts to keep our nation more secure.
HSEF Announces J.H. Whitney Data Services Partners as a 2023 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON — J. H. Whitney Data Services Partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. John O’Connor, Chairman and CEO of J.H. Whitney Data Services, released the following statement: “As a Corporate Partner of the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum (HSEF), we are excited to join other thought leaders and intelligence experts in meaningful conversations about the geopolitical risks facing our country today. With international economic and political unrest continuing to increase, it’s essential that we prepare our nation for the future through proactive analysis, robust discussions and thorough risk assessment.”
HSEF Announces S2 Global as a 2023 Corporate Partner
S2 Global Partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. Jonathan Fleming, President of S2 Global released the following statement: "S2 Global is proud to support the 2023 Homeland Security Enterprise forum. Every year, the forum fosters beneficial discussions on improving capabilities aligned with the Department of Homeland Security's mission. We look forward to engaging with industry colleagues to discuss innovations in secure trade and travel inspections, particularly along our nation's borders."
HSEF Announces Clearance Jobs as a 2023 Corporate Partner
Like the Department of Homeland Security, Clearance Jobs was founded in 2002 on the heels of 9/11. As the Department of Homeland Security has grown as an agency, we’ve grown into the largest community of cleared talent. More than 20 years later, the mission of protecting the homeland is no less important, and with a growing number of threats and threat actors, more complex. We’re proud to sponsor the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum, the premier summit for advancing the conversation and providing innovative solutions around the homeland security enterprise. – Evan Lesser, Founder and President, ClearanceJobs.com
HSEF Announces SIMS Software as a 2023 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON - SIMS Software is proud to be a corporate sponsor of the 2023 Homeland Security Enterprise Forum (HSEF) as we share in the common goal of the security of our nation. Michael Struttmann, CEO of SIMS Software released the following statement: “SIMS Software has been a trusted and active leader in industrial security information management space for 40 years and we’re proud to support this year’s forum with the theme of ‘Advancing the Enterprise – current & emerging technologies’. The HSEF forum provides an important opportunity for the voices of government leaders, the private sector, and the civil society to discuss the evolving and complex risk landscape facing our nation. SIMS Software looks forward to the HSEF expert panels and collaborating with participants on potential solutions to help advance the current and future security needs of our nation.”
HSEF Announces Instabase as a 2023 Corporate Partner
WASHINGTON — Instabase Partners with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum. “As a Corporate Partner, we are thrilled to collaborate with the Homeland Security Enterprise Forum and contribute to the Department of Homeland Security's crucial initiatives," said Erin Hawley, Vice President of Public Sector. "Our mission aligns perfectly with DHS's dedication to safeguarding the nation, and we are eager to provide them with the tools they need to work smarter, faster, and more efficiently."