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Academic Computer Security Conference
CONFERENCE ANNOUNCEMENT AND CFP EXTENSION NOTICE
-- Academic faculty, staff, and students who
would like to present their latest IT
-- Industry experts who would like to influence
what is taught in undergraduate and graduate
computer security curricula.
-- Industry experts who can update academia on
the current state of real-world IT security.
-- Computer, Security, and Privacy Law experts
who can explain to academia the legal
aspects of computer security.
-- Industry and Government experts who would
like to influence the direction of IT
-- Anyone interested in the teaching of IT
security, or IT security in the academic
Second Annual Computer Security Conference
April 16 - 18, 2008 at Myrtle Beach, SC
The web site is currently being updated
to reflect the addition of a 3rd day (Wed)
to the conference. April 16 will be dedicated
to secure computing.
Topics include, but are not limited to:
-- Secure and Trusted Computing
-- Security and Risk Management
-- Metrics and Benchmarking
-- Identity Management and Theft
-- Egovernment, Ecommerce and Ebanking Security
-- Application Security
-- AOP and Security
-- Privacy Issues
-- Security Policies
-- Mobile Computing
-- Legislation and Compliance
-- Alignment of Business and IT Security Efforts
-- Emerging Threats and Technology Trends
-- Computer and Communications Law
Dr. John Stamey
Coastal Carolina University
Jon R. Kibler
Chief Technical Officer
Advanced Systems Engineering Technology, Inc.
Charleston, SC USA
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