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Cyber/Homeland Security Opportunities for U.S.-Israel Technology Partnerships

Lonomics in partnership with IBM, Israel Economic Mission, nFrnds

Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 8:00 AM

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You are invited to participate in a round table discussion with leading stakeholders from industry, government and research focusing on the opportunities and trends in the homeland security and cyber security space.

An opportunity for funding of up to $1 Million for U.S. –Israel technology collaborations will be presented.

PROGRAM:      

8:00                 Registration

8:30                 Welcoming remarks

9:00                 Panel: The trend towards convergence between physical and logical (cyber) security

10:15               BIRD Foundation funding model

10:45               Coffee break

11:00               Panel: Case studies and solutions

12:00 pm         Lunch and networking           

 

PANELISTS:

John P. Fodera, CPA, CITP, Partner, EisnerAmper LLP

John Kimmins, CTO, Catapult Consultants

VJay LaRosa, Sr. Director, Converged Security Architecture, ADP

Steve Lavi, Business Development - North America, The MER Group

Matthew Lee, Senior VP, Head of Financial Services Business Unit, Ness Technologies

Dario Lobozzo, RADiflow

Kurt Menzies, Senior IT Consultant, ICTS USA

Petros Mouchtaris, COO and Head of Applied Research, Applied Communication Sciences

Fred Roberts, Director, Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence, Rutgers University

Donald Sebastian, Ph.D., Senior Vice President for Research & Development, NJIT

Marek Rusinklewicz, Ph. D., Dean of the College of Computing Science, NJIT

Josh Weiss, Director of Sales, North America, Checkmarx

Eitan Yudilevich, Ph. D., Executive Director, BIRD Foundation

 

EVENT CHAIRS:

Josh Weston, Honorary Chairman, Automatic Data Processing Inc.

Joel S. Bloom, President, NJIT

Nili Shalev, Government of Israel, Economic Mission to North America

Leonard Cole, Director, Program on Terror Medicine & Security, Dept. Emergency Medicine, Rutgers NJMS


LOCATION:

Program will be held on the NJIT Campus in the Atrium of the Campus Center, Bldg. #24

Directions: http://www.njit.edu/about/visit/gettingtonjit.php

Building location: http://www.njit.edu/about/visit/njit-maps.php

 

Have questions about Cyber/Homeland Security Opportunities for U.S.-Israel Technology Partnerships? Contact Lonomics in partnership with IBM, Israel Economic Mission, nFrnds

When & Where


New Jersey Institute of Technology
154 Summit Street (Parking Deck)
Atrium in the Campus Center, Building #24
Newark, NJ 07102

Thursday, January 30, 2014 at 8:00 AM


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Lonomics in partnership with IBM, Israel Economic Mission, nFrnds

The Government of Israel Economic Mission in New York is part of the Foreign Trade Administration at the Israeli Ministry of Economy. Our goal is to promote trade and investment between Israel and the United States, particularly the markets on the East Coast (including Philadelphia, Boston, the Carolinas, and NYC).

We promote collaboration between Israeli and U.S. companies in a variety of sectors, including aerospace, automotive, consumer goods, clean energy, food, homeland security, IT, water technology, and wine. We offer opportunities from Israel to local business communities, in addition to general information information about the economy, specific sectors, or specific companies.

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