Registration Fees


  Until February 3, 2012 After February 3, 2012
Active Government/Military
$95 $145

Industry (AFCEA Member)

$495 $595
Industry (Non-member)
$595 $695

Small Business

(AFCEA Member) *


Small Business

(Non-member) *


* Company must be registered as a Small Business in the SBA CCR database to qualify


Member Registration Discounts
Please note that you must be an active AFCEA individual member or designated associate member of an AFCEA corporate member company to receive the member rate for conference registration. If you sign up for the member rate and do not meet the criteria, you will be charged the correct rate.

Need to Verify Current Membership Status?
Would You Like to Join AFCEA Today?

Contact AFCEA Customer Service at (800) 336-4583, ext. 6158,
(703) 631-6158, Email or go to

Media Registration
For media registration, please Click here or contact Tobey Jackson by Email or (703) 631-6189.

Cancellation Policy
Refunds must be requested in writing and received no later than February 3, 2012. Written cancellations received by that date will be refunded in full. Substitutions are welcome. No shows will be invoiced for all conference fees.

For registration questions or to request a refund, please contact:

Homeland Security Conference 2012 Registration Center
11208 Waples Mill Road, Suite 112
Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: 703-449-6418
Fax: 703-631-7258

* New this Year at the Homeland Security Conference!
Maintain Your DoD 8570.01-M Credentials While Advancing Your Cyber Security Career

Several Homeland Security Conference sessions will help attendees sustain DoD 8570.01-M mandated certifications. Over the past several years, federal agencies have collectively agreed that the ever-changing threats associated with cyber security create the need for a continuous learning process to reduce risk to our national security. In response, industry certification bodies adopted a continuous education model to address these issues. AFCEA has partnered with Cypherpath, a cyber security training and education company, to launch a new Continuing Education Unit (CEU) program to train, manage and report relevant critical knowledge and skills-related activities required to meet DoD 8570.01-M requirements. Individuals must enroll in the CE Program, attend qualified sessions, obtain and submit validated documentation in order to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Homeland Security Conference attendees may receive CEUs for sessions designated (by a *) to support CE requirements for sustaining DoD 8570.01-M certifications. Please stop by the AFCEA booth (#300) to obtain a flyer with answers to frequently asked questions about CEUs.