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DSAC News

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DSAC Annual Meeting, 2014

DSAC started 2014 with the DSAC Annual Meeting. Many members reconnected and formed new relationships. We heard from FBI Director Comey regarding the importance of DSAC to the government and the private sector.

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DSAC Events

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Integrated Analyst Symposium (IAS) I

May 20 - 22

Kelly Services will be hosting the next IAS Level I training in Troy, MI. Login to DSAC's Portal for more information.

For information on this and additional events, click on DSAC's Events page.

Topics of Interest

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Cyber Intelligence Workshop

The Cyber Division co-sponsors the Dallas-DSAC Cyber Intelligence Workshop for C-level and private sector industry executives. The workshop emphasized information sharing and enhanced collaboration as a means to shift government and private industry from a reactive to more proactive stance against threats to the nation's critical infrastructure sectors.

Read more in DSAC's In-Depth Article

Welcome to DSAC !

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"The FBI has several great partnerships with the private sector already in place, such as the Domestic Security Alliance Council. We can't do what we need to do without our private sector partners....We need to share as much information as we can, as quickly as we can, so that those of you in the private sector can take action."

- FBI Director Comey 2014

The Domestic Security Alliance Council (DSAC) is a strategic partnership between the U.S. Government and U.S. Private Industry. Its goal is to advance the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)'s mission of preventing, detecting, and deterring criminal acts by facilitating strong, enduring relationships among its private industry members, FBI Headquarters, FBI field offices, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Headquarters and Fusion Centers, and other Federal Government entities. The DSAC program is free to members, and it offers high-value benefits including centralized access to security information, ongoing access to a network of diverse security experts, continuing education for its members, and opportunities to participate in DSAC committees. To become a member of DSAC, please visit our Membership Page for more information.