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InfowarCon 2001
From: Kelley Walker <kwalker2 () gte net>
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2001 11:42:41 -0400


InfowarCon 2001:
Techniques and Strategies for Securing Shared Infrastructures   
Washington D.C.
September 5 - 6, 2001   
September 4, 7, 2001 Optional Workshops
Sponsored by: MIS Training Institute & Interpact, Inc.      

A Conference for the Times...
InfowarCon 2001 has been developed to deliver proven techniques and strategies for protecting your shared infrastructures from external and internal attack.

Now in its 12th year, this critically acclaimed event brings together military leaders, political forces, academics, and industry captains from all over the globe who will share their hard-won experiences and expertise. You will benefit from the first-hand knowledge of in-the-trenches infowarriors from such highly regarded organizations as the Carnegie Mellon Research Institute, UK Ministry of Defence, the Joint Military Training Center, Logicon; TNO Physics and Electronics Labs, Netherlands, Defence Communications Services Agency, UK, the National Infrastructure Protection Center, and more.

You'll get proven techniques and broad perspectives from presenters that include in-the-trenches pros from the military, private, and political arenas. These front-line experts have seen it all, done it all, and done it better than anyone else.

6 Special Tracks

To make sure you optimize your conference experience and meet your objectives, we’ve organized InfowarCon 2001 into six targeted tracks:
Information Space: Chaired by D.H. Dearth, Course Director, JMITC
Sessions in this track examine the distinct mechanisms that help shape
Information Space.

National Infrastructure Protection: Chaired by Clayt Lemme, National Infrastructure Protection Agency

   Get the basics of international infrastructure policies
   and procedures and learn the lessons learned in the
   sessions in this track.

Law Enforcement: Chaired by Robert C. Rusnak, Senior Information Operations Analyst, Systems Technology Associates

   Sessions in this track look at the application of IW to
   law enforcement.

Technical: Chaired by Winn Schwartau, President, Interpact, Inc.; Founder, NiceKids.Net

   Past InfowarCon attendees have said, "Give some more bits
   and bytes," so here they are! You’ll find sessions in this
   track on advanced research and case studies from international
   experts in a variety of disciplines.

People Problems & Solutions: Chaired by Morgan Wright, Deputy Director, Information Security, Federal Government Group, Unisys Corporation

Security professionals forget that behind every keyboard
is a person with intent, motive and allegiance. This new
track is designed to give insights into various people
problems…from leaders to kids.

International Problems & Solutions: Chaired by Matthew Devost, Founding Director, Terrorism Research Center, Inc.

   From cooperative IO/IW to terrorism, the international
   community has a lot offer. The disparate sessions in
   this track cover the gamut of thinking and future ideas
   and capabilities.

Complete Conference Materials

Materials for all sessions (excluding workshops) whether
you attended them or notwill be posted on the Web after
the conference. Attendees will receive an access code with
which to access the materials, which will include case studies,
guidelines, comparisons, checklists, and more. You will receive
hand-outs for the sessions you attend.

Team Discount

When four people from your organization attend, each will receive a 20% discount. Registrations must be made and paid for at the same time. This savings cannot be combined with any other discounts.

Networking opportunities abound at InfowarCon 2001. Scheduled receptions, luncheons, refreshment breaks, and impromptu discussions provide ideal backdrops for swapping ideas with colleagues and turning conference speakers into personal "consultants."

Vendor Expo
Leading vendors of security products and services will be on hand to demo their offerings and answer your questions.

In-Depth Workshops
Optional workshops before and after InfowarCon 2001 let you leverage your travel time and take advantage of an intensive day of learning.

Continuing Education Credits
Attendees will be eligible to receive 15 CEUs for the conference and 7 for each workshop.

You can register at Misti EZ Access#: IW01


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