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October 26, 2006 Global Security Challenge 2006

The Global Security Challenge is an annual competition to find and select the most promising security technology startup in the world. Our final conference will include presentations of the finalists, panel discussions and keynote speakers from venture capital, government and industry.
November 2, 2006 Information Security and Data Privacy Summit 2006
The Westin Michigan Avenue, Chicago

This one-day conference will cover virtually all aspects of the emerging area of data privacy and security, including: security breach issues and incident response planning; spyware and Digital Rights Management issues; employee monitoring; marketing restrictions, including CAN-SPAM and Do-Not-Call; RFID issues; and electronic surveillance and monitoring, among many other topics.
November 6-8 Computer Security Institute 33rd Annual Computer Security Conference & Exhibition
Gaylord Palms Resort, Orlando, FL

One of the most comprehensive conferences in the industry with 17 topic themes, covering everything from awareness to risk to wireless, networking receptions, roundtables, and a 150 vendor exhibition.
November 12-14, 2006. Information Security Foundation Annual World Congress
Washington, DC

ISF's Annual World Congress offers ISF Members an opportunity to come together for three days in an exclusive and confidential environment to discuss and debate the key issues facing information security professionals.
February 26-March 1 2007 Black Hat Federal Briefings & Training 2007
Sheraton Crystal City in Arlington, Virginia

Black Hat Briefings bring together a unique mix in security: officials from government agencies and global corporations along side the underground's most respected hackers. The DC briefing focuses on federal security concerns.
June 11-13, 2007 CSINetSec '06
Computer Security Institute

Scottsdale, AZ.

For over 33 years, CSI has provided the information security community with an uncompromised education. Every session is chosen solely on its educational merit. 13 tracks and the pre-/post-conference seminars focus on the managerial and technical challenges information security managers face daily.
June 17-22, 2007 19th Annual Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST) Conference
Private Lives and Corporate Risk, Digital Privacy Hazards and Responsibilities

Seville, Spain

New threats to privacy are emerging every day. Understanding these complex issues and being adequately prepared in case of exposure will be crucial if organizations are to navigate successfully all the trials that digital privacy is posing. The conference will focus on privacy and the latest security strategies in incident management
July 28 - August 2 2007 Black Hat USA Briefings & Training 2007
Caesars Palace Las Vegas

Black Hat Briefings bring together a unique mix in security: officials from government agencies and global corporations along side the underground's most respected hackers. These forums take place regularly in Las Vegas, Amsterdam, Tokyo, and Singapore. Black Hat Briefings USA has grown to over 2500 technically advanced attendees. Briefings in Europe and Asia host over 250 attendees each. Past keynote speakers include: Richard Clarke, former security advisor to the White House, Arthur Money, assistant secretary of defense, Paul Simmonds, CISO of ICI, Phil Zimmermann, creator of PGP.

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