Pavilions at GovSec 2011


GovCyber Pavilion

“The U.S. government sector witnessed a blossoming of investments in cyber security technologies…With a cumulative market valued at $55 billion (2010 – 2015), the U.S. Federal Cybersecurity market will grow steadily – at about 6.2% CAGR over the next six years.”  (Market Research Media)


The products, services and strategies to support our government’s increased focus on cyber terrorism, infrastruction protection, cybercrime will be at the GovCyberPavilion & Theater.  This focused area represents an outstanding opportunity for companies marketing their latest solutions to key buyers from the federal government.


Digital Forensics Pavilion

Computers and other technological devices are such a part of daily life that you'd be hard-pressed to find any type of criminal or terrorist who doesn’t use one.  The Digital Forensics Pavilion is a grouping of companies providing solutions that extract and enhance information from these devices to contribute to investigations into cyber crime, terrorism, espionage, public corruption and other criminal activity.


The role of Digital Forensics at GovSec and U.S Law is clear. Information gathered through digital forensics is used to prevent future terrorist attacks, reduce the nation’s vulnerability and minimize the damage from attacks that occur.  That is the mission of GovSec and U.S. Law and the professionals who attend the only comprehensive government homeland security event.


U.S. Law Pavilion

The role of law state and local law enforcement in homeland security continues to grow.  With the U.S.A. Patriot Act and the Joint Terrorism Task Forces (JTTFs), preventing future attacks, responding to threats and ensuring the public safety now extends to all levels of law enforcement.


Products and services specifically designed for law enforcement can be found in the U.S. Law Pavilion.  The U.S. Law section of GovSec combines exhbitis with the Law Enforcement Theater to provide tools, techniques and strategies needed to safeguard the security of communities and the nation.


For more information or to exhibit in these pavilions,
contact Kharry Wolinsky at or call 703.876.5069!


for the 2011 show!

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