Homeland Security IntelWatch Newsletter by EJ Krause & Company

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Upcoming Conferences

GLOBAL HOMELAND SECURITY - Protecting Critical Infrastructure & Key Assets
November 22-23, 2004
Hyatt Regency Crystal City - Arlington, Virginia
A two-day intensive conference and exhibition with plenaries and workshops led by global experts from government and industry. (http://www.bioterrorism-defense.com)
For more information, look in our April 2004 issue or call George DeBakey at 301-493-5500

September 14-15, 2004
Jacob K. Javits Center, New York, NY
This event will feature a two-day international conference and exhibit hall showcasing state-of-the-art technologies, products, and services. An expected 2,500 attendees from 30 countries and over 200 exhibitors from around the world will participate. (http://www.maritimesecurityexpo.com)

November 1-3, 2004
World Trade Center, Rotterdam, Netherlands
This event will include a high-level two-day pan-European conference with more than 2,000 buyers expected from throughout Europe, the United States, and Asia and over 100 exhibitors from around the globe. (http://maritime.ejkcorp.com/rotterdam/)

October 21-24, 2005
Busan, Korea
For more information, look in our April issue or call George DeBakey at 301-493-5500

November 4-6, 2004
International Exhibition Center, Beijing, P.R. China
China's Largest Security Conference and Exhibition with 350 Exhibitors, attendees from over 40 countries, 35,000 International Visitors and pavilions from the U.S, Europe, and Latin America. (http://www.securitychinaexpo.com)
Look for more details in our May 2004 issue or call George DeBakey at 301-493-5500.