2022 National ResilienceEXCH Virtual Summit
Sponsorship Package
In January of 2021 the All Hazards Consortium (AHC) hosted ResilienceEXCH2021 Virtual Summit. It was a resounding success with over 700 registered attendees participating in 31 sessions. 

The participants in the Summit identified new areas of concern that will require the collaborative problem-solving efforts that the All Hazards Consortium has developed in over fifteen years of bring public and private stakeholders together. 
Some of these are:  
• The threat of continuing civil unrest 
• Election security · cybersecurity 
• Managing vaccinations · widespread wildfires 
• Debris removal post disaster 
ResilienceEXCH2022 Virtual Summit will again draw the active participation of senior operational public and private sector stakeholders which creates exceptional opportunities for sponsorships. 

Sponsoring ResilienceEXCH2022 Virtual Summit positions you as a trusted partner to the active community of disaster resilience and infrastructure protection stakeholders

Sponsorship Packages:

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$
10,000
Platinum Sponsor
  • All the Benefits of Gold & Silver PLUS...
  • Speaker Introduction Opportunity
  • 30 Minute Presentation at Event
  • Branding on Session Replays for 12 Months
  • Remarks During Virtual Reception
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$
5,000
Gold Sponsor
  • All the Benefits of Silver PLUS...
  • NEW Interest Based Lead Generation
  • NEW Dedicated LinkedIn Ad Campaign for Lead Generation
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$
2,500
Silver Sponsoir
  • Access to Registration List
  • Dedicated Interactive Sponsor Page
  • Access to AHC Pro Level Membership
  • Your Logo and URL on Summit Promotions
Reserve your sponsorship today! 
Call Laura Johnson at (301) 257-7439 or email her at 
Laura.Johnson@ahcusa.org for more information or reservation

Cyber Workforce Development Webinar

When: April 20, 4:00 PM (EST)
Duration: 60 minutes
Cost: Complimentary
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The AHC and Idaho National Laboratory have joined forces to bring you month’s event: The Cyber Workforce Development Webinar, taking place on April 20 @ 4:00PM EST (60 min.) 

Many organizations are not sure how to create and measure progress in creating a security program. They lack an organized workforce structure to support all aspects of security (IT, OT, Cyber-physical…) and need the ability to understand security competency gaps. The Cyber Workforce Development Webinar will demonstrate the business reasons for developing organizational security and a cyber ready workforce, including the specific education, training, and development paths by job role to increase security operational readiness.

Attendees will learn about the CYBER-CHAMP© model which can be applied for mitigating organizational risk by tying direct ROI to the cybersecurity competency and workforce development across all roles in any organization.

The webinar will focus on:

Establishing current organizational baselines: 
•   Security state (current and future)
•   Security workforce development profile by job roles and responsibilities (current and future)
•   Security competency health
•   At an organizational level AND by individual roles

Building Roadmaps and Constructing Process for:
•   Improving security state
•   An organization-wide cyber ready workforce profile
•   Forging a living/breathing security competency health
•   Role-based learning and development profiles
•   Continuously maturing the security program

Idaho National Lab

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Speakers:

Ralph F. Ley

Department Manager, Workforce Development and Training, Idaho National Laboratory

Ralph Ley is the Workforce Development, Education and Training Department Manager and heads the National and Homeland Security Training Office, within INL. Ralph has years of experience in critical infrastructure and industry/sector experience and background both in assessment and practical application to solving business issues from a workforce development lifecycle perspective.

Dr. Shane D. Stailey

Senior Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity Professional, Idaho National Laboratory

Shane Stailey is a Senior Industrial Control Systems Cybersecurity Professional with three decades of success in learning, teaching, broadening, and applying information across multiple business streams with a spectrum of technical variety. Shane specializes in combining creative thinking, outside the box analysis, and practitioner level application to solve real world problems.
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The All Hazards Consortium (AHC) invites you to participate in the 2021 National ResilienceEXCH (Exchange) Virtual Summit on January 26-28, 2021.

Over the course of three half-days, several hundred participants will learn, network, and collaborate with private sector critical infrastructure partners, state emergency managers, DHS/CISA, DHS/FEMA, trade associations, academia, industry, and research groups.

STRATEGIES - Day 1 will focus on resilience issues in industry and government and strategies to address them.

INITIATIVES - Day 2 will focus on resilience initiatives and projects

TRAINING - Day 3 will focus on training and education for resilience-related solutions, innovations, and research.
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Our virtual price is lower than our In-person price, plus…
● You don’t have to commute!
● No parking fees
● Don’t have to dress up (or even shower!)
● No waiting in line to check in

Tuition includes:
● Access to all sessions and breakout groups
● Access to sponsored chat session
● Access to all available training materials

Fees:
Private Sector: $245 ( regular $295 )
Government Employees: Complimentary
*** Early Bird Pricing Ends: December 15, 2020 ***
Government Employees: Complimentary
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