10:00-5:00
Exhibit Hall
Exhibitor Setup

8:00-12:00
Workshop
Facility Security Officer Refresher Course
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This course will update participants who have already attended FSO training. Participants will leave the course with a better understanding of the knowledge, duties, and responsibilities required of an FSO.

The course format is highly interactive.

Topics addressed include:

  • Regulatory review and compliance issues, focusing on areas that tend to result in non-compliance actions
  • Update on policy issues, including reporting, shore leave, how to keep current, and other hot topics
  • Current threats, including unmanned aerial systems (UAS), cyber, and homegrown violent extremists

1:00-2:00

 

 

 

Marine Exchange of Southern California Vessel Traffic Service Tour

2:00-3:00

 

 

 

Marine Law Enforcement Training Center Tour and Brief

3:00-4:30

 

 

 

On-Water Vessels and Technology Demonstration

august 6, 2019


7:30-8:30
Exhibit Hall
Continental Breakfast and Registration

8:30-9:00
General Session
Welcoming Remarks

Sareth Neak, President, Homeland Security Outlook


9:00-9:30
General Session
Opening Keynote Address

9:30-10:15
General Session
LA/LB Security Leadership Panel Discussion

Additional Panelist TBA


10:15-10:45
Exhibit Hall
Networking Break

10:45-11:30
Workshop
Canadian Ports and Maritime Security Resources and Initiatives:  Working with our Canadian partners to secure our maritime borders

11:30-12:00
General Session
Response and Patrol Vessel Technologies and Advancement

Presenters TBA


11:30-12:00
Workshop
Homeland Security Investigations BEST Program

Dawn Barriteau, Deputy Special Agent in Charge, Homeland Security Investigations


12:00-12:15
Exhibit Hall
The National/International Maritime Law Enforcement Academy Maritime Domain Awareness Excellence Award

12:15-1:00
Exhibit Hall
Networking Lunch

12:30-1:00
General Session
Lunch Keynote

1:00-1:15
General Session
U.S. Customs & Border Protection Air and Marine Operations Center’s Resources and Support for Maritime Security

1:15-1:45
Workshop
Port Resiliency: The California Port Reopening Program

1:15-1:45
General Session
Gaining Situational Awareness Below the Waterline: Subsea Technologies for Maritime Security Applications

1:45-2:15
General Session
Maritime Security Response Team West (MSRTW)

2:15-2:45
Exhibit Hall
 
Networking Break

2:45-3:15
General Session
Unmanned Applications for Public Safety and Law Enforcement

Presenters TBA


3:15-3:45
Workshop
NEw Generation of Unmanned Aerial, Surface and Underwater Threats

3:45-4:30
General Session
Southern California ReCoM Program

Additional Panelists TBA


4:30-5:15
General Session
Training the New Generation of Marine Law Enforcement Officers:
– Trends and Challenges
– The Los Angeles Port Police Law Enforcement Training Center

 

 

 
 

 Terry Benjestorf, The Los Angeles Port Police Law Enforcement Training Center  


5:30-6:30
Exhibit Hall
Networking Happy Hour

august 7, 2019


7:30-3:00
Exhibit Hall
Exhibit Hall Open

7:30-8:30
Exhibit Hall
Continental Breakfast

8:30-9:00
General Session
Morning Keynote:

9:00-9:45
General Session
 
Coast Guard Office of Office of Port & Facility Compliance: Cyber Risk Management, New Guidance, Policies, and Recommendations

9:45-10:30
General Session
Recent Cyber Security Incidents and its’ Impact on Port and Maritime Facility Operations

Robert Renzulli, Chief Information Security Officer, Port of San Diego (Invited)


10:30-11:00
General Session
Networking Break

11:00-12:00
General Session
 
The Port of Los Angeles Container Explosion Incident Response: Internal and External Crisis Communications
 

Captain Rebecca Ore, Deputy Commander, U.S. Coast Guard Sector LA/LB


12:00-1:00
Exhibit Hall
 
Networking Lunch

1:00-1:45
Workshop
 
National Maritime Intelligence Integration office’s Ports and Maritime Stakeholders Cyber Security Policy Recommendations
 

Rob Hall, Jr., Portfolio Manager, Maritime Security Department, National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office


1:45-2:30
Workshop
National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office Regional Maritime Domain Awareness Improvement Program Maritime Stakeholders Roundtable

Maritime Domain Awareness Tools User Workshop: ARES Security Corp. AVERT C2 (CommandBridge) Command and Control Platform

Whether tracking people for security, shipments for logistics, or vehicles for operations, being aware of current asset locations and its current state is crucial to maintaining an accurate operational picture. The Avert C2 (CommandBridge) platform uses advanced software technology to assimilate sensor feeds, cut through information clutter, and provide relevant and actionable information to stakeholders. The system, utilizing secure role-based access, provides users with a highly flexible, secure, and configurable solution for asset tracking, overall situational awareness, real-time notification, mission planning, incident response, and after-action reporting. The software platform architecture allows AVERT C2 to ingest and display virtually any sensor feed or system —such as CAD, cameras, LPR, radar, weather, radio, wearable sensors, and even alarm systems—while its web-based apps allow users, security operations command center personnel, operations personnel, analysts, and others to quickly interpret information, collaborate, and make actionable recommendations, rather than merely collecting and presenting data without context.
ARES Security Corporation’s AVERT C2 (CommandBridge) domain awareness platform is currently deployed in over 30 seaports, operations hubs, and crime centers.

2:30-3:00
Workshop
Part 1:  AVERT C2 (CommandBridge) Overview
3:00-4:00
Workshop
 
Part 2:  User Panel and Audience Feedback