Event- Terrorism Over Ten Years Later: The FBI Since 9/11 – How We’ve Changed
By all accounts, the morning of September 11, 2001 was a pivotal point in American history—and for the FBI. The ensuing investigation was the most massive in the history of the Bureau. The attacks led to far-reaching changes in the organization, which quickly made prevention of terrorist strikes its overriding priority and deliberately set out to be more predictive and intelligence-driven in addressing all major national security and criminal threats.
Over the past decade, the FBI has made a series of changes to enhance its ability to protect the nation from a vast array of ever-evolving threats—from hateful terrorists plotting in the shadows to cyber villains using emerging technologies to invade our homes and offices…from white-collar criminals scheming in corporate suites to burgeoning gangs sowing violence and crime in our communities.
Join us to hear about the FBI’s changed organization, chronology of change, investigative accomplishments on terrorism and much more.
- Special Agent – Bryan Paarmann, WFO Counterterrorism Branch
- Dip Chandra and Barry Dickman, Board Members; FBI CAAA