East Tennessee Cyber Security Summit 2008

Discussion in 'Computer Security' started by urbantux, Sep 11, 2008.

  1. urbantux

    urbantux Guest

    The East Tennessee Cyber Security Summit Planning Committee is
    pleased
    to announce the 2008 East Tennessee Cyber Security Summit to be held
    on October 21st and 22nd, 2008.

    This fourth annual Cyber Security Summit will again be co-hosted by
    the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the University of
    Tennessee
    (UT), Fountainhead College of Technology, the Tennessee Valley
    Authority (TVA), and the Tennessee Valley Authority Office of the
    Inspector General (TVA-OIG).


    This is an opportunity to bring together security professionals from
    academia, government, and private industry to evaluate “Cyber Space
    Profiling”.


    We are spotlighting three keynote speakers this year. First will be
    Lt. Col. Timothy Thomas, U.S. Army - Retired author of “Decoding the
    Virtual Dragon”. Second will be Detective Randy Stone, Wichita
    Police
    Department, discussing the BTK Cyber Investigation. Third will be
    Kevin Mandia discussing several aspects of profiling cyber crime.


    This year's event will be held at the Knoxville - Hilton Hotel in
    downtown Knoxville. Lodging has been arranged with Knoxville Hilton
    and Holiday Inn Select Knoxville at the Knoxville Convention Center.
    Lodging reservations can be made on line by visiting http://cybersecurity.utk.edu
    and clicking on the “Directions and Lodging” button on the left of
    the
    page.


    You can reserve your seat at this event by visiting http://cybersecurity.utk.edu
    and clicking on the “Registration” button on the left of the page.
    Registration is $85.00 until September 20, 2008 and $100 after that.
    Registration includes a continental breakfast, a hot buffet lunch and
    parking for both days.
     
    urbantux, Sep 11, 2008
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