April 8, 2021
University of Arizona
Tucson, Arizona

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In response to the current COVID-19 public health concerns, the University of Arizona has revised their academic operations for the remainder of the semester. The College of Applied Science & Technology has rescheduled the Southern Arizona Intelligence Summit to April 8, 2021.

During this unusual time, the health, safety and well-being of our speakers, attendees and sponsors is at the top of our priorities. We thank you for your support and understating; we look forward to providing you a rewarding and professional experience on April 8, 2021.

Mark Your Calendars, Join Us at the Premier Intelligence Event of the Southwestern United States

The Southern Arizona Intelligence Summit


University of Arizona | April 8, 2021

Over the past ten years, our Nation has seen a constant barrage of threats against our National Security and our way of life. Although, we have advance innovation and technology to increase our National Security posture, our adversaries are rapidly evolving and deploying counter tactics, as well. As we enter a new decade, the emerging threat against our National Security will require an evolution collection and analysis.

At this year’s Summit, we will convene the strategic leaders and pacesetters of the intelligence, security, and law enforcement communities to explore current successes and setbacks, alike in the employment of intelligence methods for deployment across sectors, and to discuss future workforce needs in the intelligence field. Be present, as  these experts deliver assessments and the opportunities for  the 'Future of Intelligence.’

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Keynote Speakers

LTG Robert P. Ashley Jr.
Defense Intelligence Agency
United States Army

LTG Stephen G. Fogarty
Commanding General
U.S. Army Cyber Command
United States Army

Mr. Joseph L. Votel, Gen (R)
Senior Fellow
HARVARD Kennedy School, Belfer Center

Mr. Tim Roemer
State Chief Information Security Officer
State of Arizona