Burlington, NJ (23 February 2015) – Dossier Systems, a leading provider of intuitive fleet maintenance software and solutions, announced today that Laurie J. Bennett, FBI Senior Executive to the CIA and Associate Deputy Director, Community Human Intelligence, Office of the Director of National Intelligence, will deliver the keynote address at the 2015 Dossier Users Group Summit, taking place April 22-23 at the Hyatt Regency Baltimore.
In her keynote address, Ms. Bennett will speak on strategies to reduce vulnerabilities, assess risk and improve the security of our transportation networks. She will also emphasize the importance of taking additional measures to secure and safeguard fleet operations.
During her more than 25 years as a Special Agent in the FBI, Ms. Bennett has held a wide range of operational and leadership positions. Prior to her current assignment, she was Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI’s Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Directorate where she served since 2009. In that capacity Ms Bennett had executive oversight of the FBI worldwide WMD operations and investigations.
“We are very excited to have Laurie on board as our keynote speaker for this year’s Dossier Users Group Summit,” said Jack Boetefuer, CEO of Dossier Systems. “She will no doubt bring a unique perspective on the need to be vigiliant in strengthening the security of fleet operations.”
Prior to her FBI career, Ms. Bennett served as the Exercise Physiologist for the State of Georgia, Department of Public Safety, training special agents, US Marshals, police officers, sheriff deputies, and firefighters in health, physical fitness, stress management, wellness, and scuba diving for the search and recovery of human remains and evidence.
Ms. Bennett was commissioned officer in the United States Army and served throughout the United States and Germany both active duty and Reserves.
Ms. Bennett holds both Master of Science in Exercise Physiology and Master of Public Administration degrees from Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia. She has a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Wisconsin, LaCrosse.