ARLINGTON, Va. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The industry that is most concerned with Network Security will be gathered at the new annual event offered by the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) May 17-20, 2011 in Dallas, Texas. TIA 2011: Inside the Network offers a rich array of topics including educational track on Security Management focusing on topics such as mobile security, LTE Network domain security, best practices in communications network security, vulnerabilities of core networks, smartphone security issues, and opportunities in managed services and mobile security.

In addition, TIA’s annual Spring Policy Summit, being co-located with TIA 2011, features a star keynote panel on Protecting Critical Infrastructure, Businesses and End Users, with speakers George Arnold, National Coordinator for Smart Grid Interoperability, NIST; Guy Copeland, VP, Information Infrastructure Advisory Programs & Special Assistant to the CEO, GSC; Todd Keil, Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection, DHS; Jennifer Manner, Deputy Chief, Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau, FCC; and Jeff Shaffer, Special Agent, Secret Service. Media registration is free and provides access to all keynotes, panels, conferences in this summit.

The TIA 2011 Keynote Lineup includes industry visionaries such as: * Randall Stephenson, Chairman, CEO and President, AT&T

* Robert Vrij, Executive Vice President, Alcatel-Lucent, President of Americas Region

* Anthony J. Melone, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Verizon

* FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski

* The Hon. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas).

Interested in learning more about the Keynotes & Programming at TIA 2011: Inside the Network? View the TIA 2011 Virtual Attendee Brochure or download a PDF (8 MB.)

Video Webinars on TIA 2011 Education Tracks Mobile Backhaul, Data & Video Network (available on demand.)

The Converged Network (available on demand)

Market Review and Forecast 2011 Launch (available on demand.)

M2M & Connected Devices (available on demand.)