Archive for June 2011
In just one week, cyber criminals hacked Sony, circumvented Apple’s malware detection, stole sensitive data from RSA, breached Gmail and scammed Apple App Store customers. In light of the fact that Cisco is forecasting internet traffic to quadruple by 2015, Google is on the cusp of releasing a digital wallet and the Pentagon now considers cyber attacks to be an act of war. Therefore, this is an absolutely critical moment for cyber security professionals. Stand still and you will be left behind. But here’s some good news:
SAVE THE DATE, you are invited to attend the third International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS 2012) January 9 through 12, 2012, in New York City, the data center of the world. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and Fordham University have again partnered to create a global event welcoming world leaders in emerging cyber threat analysis, operations and enforcement.
In addition to lectures, panels and timely discussions, you will have the opportunity to meet with the world’s foremost cyber security experts in one of the world’s most exciting cities. Learn from those who work every day on the front lines with state-of-the-art tools and techniques in the war against cyber criminals.
Worldwide registration will officially open this July. In years past, ICCS has sold out quickly, so reserve your spot now. Like a virus, cyber criminals are constantly evolving. To defeat them, you have to be smarter and evolve faster. ICCS 2012 is a unique opportunity for cyber security professionals to learn what it takes to get ahead and stay ahead.
We hope to see you there.