April 26-28, 2011 | Crown Center | Kansas City, Missouri
Join the worldwide effort to protect the global food supply
The food and agricultural sectors of all nations are vulnerable to terrorism incidents or threats. With worldwide cooperation, collaboration, and information-sharing among representatives from governments, the private sector, and academia, the potential for agroterrorism can be reduced.
The main mission of the International Symposium on Agroterrorism (ISA) is to protect the food supply worldwide while illustrating the importance of a coordinated effort.
More than 1,000 individuals from 25 different countries have attended past ISAs, participating in break-out educational sessions and case studies, hearing world-renowned experts discuss agroterrorism, and interacting with each other.
Coming together under one roof is the first step toward working together to solve the problem.
Future ISA events:
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
- Agroterrorism subject matter experts
- Policymakers/elected officials
- International terrorism experts
- Transportation/transit personnel
- Law enforcement personnel
- Intelligence specialists
HEALTH AND MEDICAL
- Corporate security officers/directors
- Import/export firms
- Livestock and crop associations
- Food security system personnel
WHAT ARE THE TOPICS?
- University researchers
- Scientists and academicians
- Zoonotic specialists
- Physical security
- Intelligence and information sharing
- Economic and trade concerns
- Research and development
- Emergency preparedness
- Emergency procedures
- Future methodologies and techniques related to food defense
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The ISA is being conducted and hosted through the collaborative effort of the Executive Board of the Heart of America Joint Terrorism Task Force. Registration fees and funds will be accepted and administered solely by the designated treasury agency Sponsorships, financial assistance and contributions in support of the conference may not be offered to the FBI, but may be accepted by other participating agencies, provided they have the requisite authority to accept such. The initials "FBI" and the Bureau seal are protected by statute, Title 18, USC Sections 701 and 709, and may not be used or displayed by third parties without the express written permission of the Director of the FBI.