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CIR Conference and Expo Scheduled

February 06, 2006

Conference organizers of The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Conference (CIR) / Infrastructure Security for the Built Environment (ISBE) recently announced conference highlights and keynote speakers. Among the dignitaries invited to speak at the February 15-17, 2006 meeting in Washington, D.C. are Secretary Michael Chertoff, Department of Homeland Security, Congressman Peter King, Chairman, U.S. House of Representatives, Homeland Security Committee , Dennis Schrader, Director of Homeland Security, State of Maryland, Jeffrey Gaynor, Director, Emergency
Response, Senior Advisory Committee, Homeland Security Advisory Council, and Robert Stephan, Assistant Secretary For Infrastructure Protection, DHS.

The Critical Infrastructure Resilience Conference/ ISBE 2006 Conference and Expo is a unique opportunity for public and private sector professionals dedicated to the resilience of our nation’s critical infrastructure to network, discuss best practices and present the latest research and technology solutions. The event promises to bring together an internationally respected government officials and elected representatives, first responders, and private sector stakeholders.

This year’s conference, cosponsored by The Infrastructure Security Partnership and E. J. Krause & Associates is a well regarded annual TISP event, and is drawing some of the most influential keynote speakers in homeland security today. “We are particularly proud of our ability to provide conference attendees the opportunity to get the latest information from many of the world’s leaders in infrastructure protection and national security,” said Michael Rosenberg when discussing the conference program.

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