April 30

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Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) in 911 networks continue to evolve to an IP-based architecture for NextGen 911 to provide more benefits and safety for citizens, especially those with disabilities. The ability to accept information in text, images or video – in addition to voice – at a PSAP creates an expanding cyber-attack surface. These new attack vectors were not previously a concern with standard voice-based telephone networks.

Please join Government Technology on April 30 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern for our latest webinar, “Securing PSAPs in the Age of NextGen 911,” as our panel of experts – with details from the Department of Homeland Security – discusses why understanding the risks and associated benefits of NextGen 911 is critical to public safety.

Register now and you’ll:

  • Hear top security concerns around PSAPs and NextGen 911
  • Understand the importance of protecting networks, assets, databases and services involved with the processing, storage and transport of data in NextGen 911 systems
  • Learn how best to address these concerns and risks


Doug Boreham

Doug Boreham

Sales Engineer/Solutions Architect, Fortinet

Doug Boreham is an accomplished Sales Engineer/Solutions Architect and networking professional with over two decades in-depth experience in information technology, ranging from infrastructure design, information security, and mobility. Doug has diverse global Pre-Sales and Post-Sales experience in various industries, including: Technology, Global Carriers, Retail, Financial Services, Insurance, K-12 and Higher Education, State, Local, and US Federal Government, Public Safety, E-Commerce, Health Care, Food Services, and Manufacturing.

Aamir Lakhani

Aamir Lakhani

Senior Security Strategist, Fortinet

Aamir Lakhani creates technical security strategies and leads security implementation projects for Fortune 500 companies. Industries of focus include healthcare providers, educational institutions, financial institutions and government organizations. Aamir has designed offensive counter-defense measures for the Department of Defense and national intelligence agencies. He has also assisted organizations with safeguarding IT and physical environments from attacks perpetrated by underground cybercriminal groups.

Kenny Holmes, CISSP

Kenny Holmes, CISSP

Head of US Public Sector, Fortinet

Kenny Holmes became the leader of go-to-market strategy for Public Sector at Fortinet in March 2019. He’s an advocate and speaker for the Public Sector and has been in Information Technology for more than twenty years, holding more than ten technology certifications and positions spanning from Engineering to Sales Executive. He is an expert in cybersecurity with a background in cryptography. Kenny has worked in the Federal Government, State Governments, Research Institutions, and Universities on some of the largest security projects in the world. He resides in the Chicagoland area and in his spare time enjoys public speaking and training on religion, is a pilot, and an influencer for the rights of girls and women with Autism.

Morgan Wright

Morgan Wright — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Morgan is an internationally recognized expert on cybersecurity strategy, cyberterrorism, identity theft and privacy. Morgan's landmark testimony before Congress on Healthcare.gov changed how the government collected personally identifiable information. He is currently a contributor to TheHill.com on matters of cybersecurity, national security and intelligence in addition to his national news appearances. Previously Morgan was a Senior Advisor in the US State Department Antiterrorism Assistance Program and Senior Law Enforcement Advisor for the 2012 Republican National Convention. In addition to 18 years in state and local law enforcement as a highly decorated state trooper and detective, Morgan has developed solutions in defense, justice and intelligence for the largest technology companies in the world including Cisco, Alcatel-Lucent/Bell Labs, Unisys and SAIC.