2007 Annual CERIAS Information Security Symposium - March 20-21, 2007

The 8th Annual CERIAS Information Security Symposium has passed. Thanks to all of the attendees, presenters and participants for making it our most successful symposium yet. You can download videos, slides, and the like from our numerous presentations and panels in the Downloadable Materials section.

Introduction from Professor Eugene Spafford

The 8th CERIAS Symposium will be held March 20 & 21, 2007.  In the 8 years we have been hosting this event, many aspects of information security and privacy have changed dramatically.  Yet, our computer systems are still under attack, bad software continues to be marketed, and "the bad guys" are seldom apprehended.

How have things changed in 8 years?  What has gotten better?  Where do we need to focus the majority of our efforts?  And what do we expect the world of IT to be like in another 8 years?

Join us as we reflect on the current state of information security, as well as the evolution and progress of CERIAS. With panels on various aspects of information security, including infosec education, commercial vendors, forensics, and privacy and trust, we will delve into the current state of the field and explore how it will evolve in light of recent events.

Speakers will include Major General Dale W. Meyerrose, USAF (Ret.), the CIO of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Yalkin Demirkaya, President of Cyber Diligence, Inc., and Dr. Dan Geer of Verdasys, the former president of USENIX and CTO of @Stake.

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For further information on the symposium or current and future CERIAS initiatives, contact: info@cerias.purdue.edu

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