NetSec2002: Technical Dimensions of Network Security to Be Held June 17-19, 2002 in San Francisco
On June 17-19, 2002 over 1500 information security professionals from around the world will gather in San Francisco at the Hyatt Regency Embarcadero to learn strategies for combating the many dangers that threaten the crucial information on their networks. Now in its twelfth year, NetSec2002: Technical Dimensions in Network Security will address hackers, information warfare, network attacks and countermeasures, secure e-business, remote access, intrusion detection and forensics, PKI, firewalls, privacy, awareness and management issues, and much more.
The NetSec conference is the largest and most established conference in the industry, exclusively devoted to network security. Eight full tracks are offered, including an introductory track for newcomers as well as more advanced technical sessions for the more experienced practitioner. Focused pre- and post-conference workshops will be offered for in-depth training on specific topics.
Held in conjunction with the conference, the NetSec2002 Exhibition will be held June 17-18. Over 75 security vendors will display a wide variety of products and services, that include products in the areas of firewalls, encryption, intrusion detection, authentication, single sign-on, network security management and remote access.
For more information on NetSec2002 or Computer Security Institute, go to www.gocsi.com, contact CSI at 415-947-6320 or email [email protected]
Established in 1974, Computer Security Institute is the leading international membership organization dedicated to serving the information security professional through a wide variety of educational programs, training and publications. For more information on the 28th Annual Conference and Exhibition or CSI, contact Patrice Rapalus at 415-947-6370, email [email protected] or visit the CSI website at www.gocsi.com.
Contact: Patrice Rapalus of Computer Security Institute, +1-415-947-6320, or [email protected]
SOURCE: Computer Security Institute
Contact: Patrice Rapalus of Computer Security Institute, +1-415-947-6320,
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