A single electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack has the capability of knocking out America's critical electrical and technological infrastructure. The impact could cripple America, effectively sending the U.S. back to the 19th Century – a time without cars, lights, computers, or cell phones. In an instant, people's lives would change and our ability to respond in a traditional manner – through convoys, ambulances, and hospitals would be only a memory.
Join us as our panelists discuss the current landscape of EMP defense technologies.
More About the Speakers
Chief Executive Officer,
Instant Access Networks
Director of Engineering,
Transtector Systems, Inc.
Homeland Security Science and Technology Consultant
Jena Baker McNeill
Senior Policy Analyst, Homeland Security