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Computer Security Institute

Business TypeOther
Main MarketsNorth America
Product/ServiceComputer security training
Business Owner
Employees11 - 50 People

Company Introduction

CSI Computer Security Conferences

Positioning
Computer Security Institute's NetSec and Annual Computer Security conferences and exhibitions are established as the authoritative resource for education and training in information security. Technical pros find here the cutting-edge strategies, best practices and vendor solutions they need to stay ahead of today's challenges in security. The focus is on providing security professionals both management and technological solutions to their day-to-day challenges.

Overview
The conference programs offer comprehensive coverage of current security issues, technologies and best practices, on topic areas that include: Intrusion detection, forensics, biometrics, Internet/intranet security, VPNs, wireless security, network security, remote access, telecommunications, cryptography, computer crime, infrastructure, product specific, awareness and much more. An Introductory track is offered for newcomers and focused two day pre and post seminars include certification preparation.

Target Audience
Information/computer security managers and directors, security staff/specialists, consultants, engineers, systems analysts, IT'/MIS/DP managers, network&systems administrators, CEOs, CIOs CTOs.. Those new to security as well as professionals of many years benefit from this event.

Dates and Locations
NetSec 2005
June 13-15,2005,
The Phoenician, Scottsdale, AZ

32th Annual Computer Security Conference and Exhibition
November 14-16,2005,
Marriott Wardman Park, Washington, D. C.

History
- NetSec 2005 - 15 years
- 32nd Annual Computer Security Conference and Exhibition - 32 Years

Show Floor
- NetSec - 10 x 10,10 x 20 and 10 x 30 booths
- Annual Computer Security Conference and Exhibition - Inline, island and pedestals available.

Conference
- NetSec - Eleven conference tracks, Keynotes, Pre- and Post-conference one- and two-day seminars, Special conference events
- Annual Computer Security Conference and Exhibition - Twelve conference tracks, Keynotes, Pre- and Post-conference one- and two-day seminars, Special conference events

Contact Information

Contact PersonMs. Nancy Baer
Telephone1-415-9476320
Fax Number1-415-9476023
Website
Post Code94107
Address600 Harrison St., San Francisco, California, United States
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