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OCTOBER SANS Network Security www.sans.org October 1–9 Las Vegas, NV The 12th annual conference features 20 training courses with instructors Eric Cole, Stephen Northcutt, Ed Skoudis and Mike Poor, among others. Topics include wireless networks, hacker techniques, intrusion detection, and securing Windows and Unix. GSE, GSM, GSC certification exams will be offered. Information Security Decisions www.infosecurityconference.com October 18–20 Chicago, IL Hosted by Information Security Information Security Decisions arms you with the expert advice it takes to tackle today's mission-critical security objectives, and with the essential strategies required to gain control over today's ever-changing corporate environment. Speakers include Joel Snyder and AT&T's Ed Amoroso. CCS 2006 www.acm.org/sigs/sigsac/ccs/CCS2006/ October 30–November 3 Alexandria, VA The 13th annual ACM conference on Computer and Communications Security features workshops on privacy, digital rights management, storage security, visualization, secure Web services and more. The keynote speaker is ... Access >>>
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