Featured speakers include Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Joseph Dunford, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelley, and more.
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Homeland Security Program
The Aspen Institute
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Washington, DC, June 7, 2017 –– The world’s leading experts will discuss the most critical questions about national and homeland security at the eighth annual Aspen Security Forum, presented by the Aspen Institute’s Homeland Security Program. The Forum will take place July 19 to 22 in Aspen, CO. The full agenda is available now at aspensecurityforum.org/agenda.
Featured speakers include: Joseph Dunford, Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff; John Kelly, Secretary of Homeland Security; Mike Rogers, Director, National Security Agency and Commander, United States Cyber Command; and Raymond Thomas, Commander, US Special Operations Command.
NBC News and MSNBC are the media partners of The 2017 Aspen Security Forum.
All sessions will be streamed live at aspensecurityforum.org and available to view after at aspensecurityforum.org/media/video-library. Join the conversation on social media at #AspenSecurity. Follow the Security Forum on Twitter @AspenSecurity.
Sponsors for the 2017 Aspen Security Forum are Ayasdi, Deloitte, Lockheed Martin, and Target.
Editor’s Note: A limited number of press passes are still available. Please apply for credentials at aspensecurityforum.org/press
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