Friday, November 13th
The University of South Florida Sarasota-Bradenton Campus
After two previously successful iterations, CARVERCON returns once more on Friday, November 13th to the University of South Florida Sarasota-Bradenton campus. This is the must-attend Vulnerability Assessment conference of the year.
CARVERCON provides attendees with an opportunity to hear from a wide variety of critical infrastructure protection and vulnerability assessment subject matter experts. In the security industry, it is especially vital to stay on top of the latest and most detrimental threats that face our communities. CARVERCON addresses these concerns by looking at them head-on and provides attendees the opportunity to interact directly with industry-leading professionals.
The convention spotlights how the CARVER Target Analysis and Vulnerability Assessment Methodology is one of the most effective and comprehensive vulnerability assessment tools available and serves as a “red thread” for the day’s many discussions.
CARVERCON attendees leave the convention with a more developed understanding of challenges facing both public and private secure security professionals, as well as offers strategies on prevention and response.
Former Director of the National Security Agency, Retired U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Mike McConell, will be this year's keynote speaker.
Don't miss your opportunity to learn from top security experts about the threats and vulnerabilities facing critical infrastructure, utilizing the CIA's CARVER Methodology as a baseline for discussion. Topics will include:
- How COVID-19 - and other bio-threats - could be weaponized
- The ever-growing cyber threat
- Emerging geopolitical enemies
- How security professionals can stay ahead of threats
- What's next for the coming decade?
- Much more...
Leo "Godfather of CARVER" Labaj
Retired Bomb-Tech with the CIA's Special Activities Division/Co-founder of the CARVER Methodology
Adm. Mike McConnell (US Navy, Retired)
Former Director of the National Security Agency
Gen. Edward Leacock
Former Deputy J2 of USAFRICOM