HSToday Provides Homeland Security Expert's View of the Challenge Facing First Political Convention Post 9/11

HSToday, the monthly magazine for homeland security policymakers, is taking a close look at how the cradle of liberty is preparing for a flood of politicos, celebrities, protestors and media in the first political convention post 9/11. In its article, "Boston Braces for the Democrats," HSToday examines the challenges of ensuring the safety of participants as well as Boston residents during the 2004 Democratic National Convention which starts July 26.

Washington, DC (PRWEB via SEO-PR) July 7, 2004 -- HSToday, the monthly magazine for homeland security policymakers, is taking a close look at how the cradle of liberty is preparing for a flood of politicos, celebrities, protestors and media in the first political convention post 9/11. In its article, "Boston Braces for the Democrats," HSToday examines the challenges of ensuring the safety of participants as well as Boston residents during the 2004 Democratic National Convention which starts July 26.

Following the 9/11 attacks, Boston has served as an epicenter for experimental homeland security measures and counter terrorism tactics. However, the Democratic National Convention, coupled with the "Big Dig," a $15 billion construction crusade to usher Boston roadways into the 21st century, will give homeland security officials "a challenge of staggering proportions," according to HSToday.

Expert on Homeland Security Available for Comment

For expert homeland security insight on Boston and other post 9/11 issues to appear in HSToday, founding editor, David Silverberg is available for comment. Silverberg is a respected Washington writer and editor with experience in defense, technology, and congressional affairs. To arrange an interview with David Silverberg, contact: Gwyn Thakur, President, Effective Marketing Inc., 978-852-6398, e-mail protected from spam bots.

Silverberg helped conceive and launch the monthly magazine, Homeland Defense Journal, in April 2003. He reported for the respected weekly defense publication, Defense News, where he covered international trade and technology issues. He was editor-at large for "Armed Forces Journal International," a respected monthly military publication. In 1998, he conceived, launched and edited the monthly magazine, Military Information Technology. He also served as executive editor of the magazines, Military Training Technology and Missiles & Munitions. From 1999 to 2002, he served as managing editor of the weekly newspaper, "The Hill", covering Congress. His writing has appeared in a variety of publications from the popular to the academic including The Annuals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.

HSToday was launched as a monthly magazine in May 2004. HSToday is the first monthly magazine to provide strategic insight and analysis into the policy, structure, politics and priorities of the $100 billion homeland security market.

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