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Published: 22 Oct 2012

JUNE Gartner IT Security Summit www.gartner.com June 4-6 Washington, D.C. Gartner says attendees will get a strategic look at information security, stressing the importance of strong policy and process, with a focus on protecting intellectual property and sensitive customer data. Greg Crabb of the U.S. Postal Inspector's office, and authors James Bamford and Don Tapscott, will be keynote speakers. CSI NetSec '07 www.gocsi.com/netsec June 11-13 Scottsdale, Ariz. CSI's annual network security event offers a mix of technical and tactical topics, including risk management, Web 2.0 threats, NAC, metrics, wireless hacking and advice on data breach notification processes. Keynote speakers include PayPal CISO Michael Barrett and Black Hat founder Jeff Moss. Catalyst Conference www.catalyst.burtongroup.com/NA07 June 25-29 San Francisco, Calif. The Burton Group's annual conference includes several tracks dedicated to security, compliance and risk management, identity management and authentication, and operating system security. Burton analysts and industry experts ... Access >>>

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