(See full program guide at: http://www.teamscires.com/di-ctwg/2013_SymposiumProgramGuide.pdf )Reserve your seat now on 8-9 May 2013 for the 2nd Annual Emerging Threats and Cyber Defense Symposium hosted by the Defense Industry—Cyber Threat Working Group (DI-CTWG).At this symposium you will have great networking opportunities and receive timely and quality training, information, and discussion from respected leaders in the fields of information assurance, security, legal, and law-enforcement. Ten (10) CPE (Continuing Professional Education) credits are available.Last year’s event was very well received and this year is going to be even better. Breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided. Registration opens on March 1st, with early-bird rates of $80 per person. After the early-bird rate expires, registration fees will increase by $10 weekly until registration closes on April 8th. This is a great bargain and an opportunity you won’t want to pass up!This year’s conference will feature 2 days of sessions led by recognized security experts and is aimed at helping security practitioners better understand current and emerging cyber threats and what they can do to defend against these threats. Our audience includes professionals from defense contractors, critical infrastructure companies, government organizations, law enforcement, and IT security and research organizations.Conference Topics include: · Smart Phone Forensics and Security—how to interrogate a five inch thief at your company · Bring Your Own Device (BYOD)—perils, protection, and policy · Cyber Law and Offensive Operations—when is enough, enough (and is it legal)? · Threat Information Sharing—why sharing threat data is the only way to win · After the Cyber Attack Dust Settles—real world lessons learned from a fictitious cyber attack · Social Media Threats—connections, likes, and tweets · Insider Threats—your hardest working employee may be your worst threat · Policy and Governance—train like you fight: plan for & practice your InfoSec policies · Cloud Security—benefits, challenges, and best practices · FBI Case Study—trends, success stories & lessons learned from the front-lines of the fight on cyber crime · Q and A Panel—get your burning questions answered from leading expertsEvent sponsors include: The National Classification Management Society (NCMS)—Georgia Chapter 16, Scientific Research Corporation (SRC), Lockheed-Martin Aeronautics Company (LMCO), Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), and The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
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