The human world is increasingly based on IT products and services. As with previous technological revolutions, the fruits of the information revolution are not all sweet. Some of IT's "bitter fruit" compares with those of previous technologies. Join us at ICCS2012 as Dr. George Strawn, Director of the National Coordination Office (NCO), United States Government's Multiagency Networking and Information Technology Research and Development (NITRD) Program United States National Coordination Office, discusses several proposals to ameliorate IT's problems and the comparisons with developments in other technologies.
ICCS 2012, a four-day event features more than 75 unique lectures from keynote, distinguished, plenary and parallel speakers in the disciplines of Emerging Technologies, Operations and Enforcement, and Real Life Experiences. Also included are panel discussions, sponsor presentations, exhibitions and exceptional opportunities to meet and talk with some of the greatest cyber security subject experts in the world.
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