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Conference Program

CONFERENCE CHAIR’S MESSAGE

REGISTER                  AGENDA               LOCATION                  CONTACT                             INDUSTRY REPRESENTATIVES                     STUDENT POSTERS

Since the turn of the century, information security, cyber security, and privacy have become more critical in our business, government, travel, healthcare, and every-day lives. With society’s exploding dependence on online, digital, and wireless technologies, effective government-compliant security solutions have become increasingly important in everyday life. Whether you are a security expert or a novice, practical solutions are crucial in your industry as well as personal life.  Join us at this upcoming conference to hear more about these important topics from business, academia, and research. Take some time with us to catch up on the latest trends, review the issues, and take away practical ideas to enhance security of your world.  

Keynotes, Invited Speakers, Students, and Industry Representatives The day will begin with a social breakfast. The morning keynote, ‘Wanted: A Revolution in Security Research,’ will be delivered by Dr. Gus de los Reyes, AT&T Chief Security Officer, R&D, followed by another keynote from Dr. Peter Fonash, CTO Office of Cybersecurity and Communications Department of Homeland Security, ‘Strengthening the cyber ecosystem.  The afternoon keynote, ‘The Quest for Nirvana: Balancing Mobile Security with User Productivity,’ will be delivered by Mr. Jimmy Tsang, Director of Product, IBM. All keynotes promise to be up to the minute, exciting, informative, and thought-provoking. Visit the many industry representatives participating in the event to learn about the latest commercial solutions. Lively discussions with the keynote speakers, invited speakers, peers, and student about their posters will continue over breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack breaks – which are included in the modest attendance fee.  Concluding remarks, prizes and awards will end the day.

 Who Should Attend? This conference is geared to IEEE members, non-members, students, and guests who would like to review the state of the art in security, cyber security, and privacy, and become aware of issues and directions of research, academic, and practical solutions.  

What Will You Learn at This Conference? If you have considered learning more about security, this is an ideal event to attend. Awareness of security, cyber security, and privacy improves your job, consulting, and life skills. You will be able to receive Professional Development Units PDU (Continuing Education Units (CEU)).  

Venue The venue for this conference, IEEE Operations Center (OC) in Piscataway New Jersey, is a premier location to attend an event.  The IEEE OC is steeped in history; this location holds artifacts and multimedia installations recounting the achievements of IEEE engineers, and marks the significant engineering innovations from various disciplines worldwide. Bring a friend, colleague or student.

Attendee Registration Before Sept. 29 Before Oct. 17 After Oct. 17
IEEE Member $35 $45 $65
IEEE Student/Life Member $15 $25 $50
Non-member $100 $125 $150

Please register at http://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/25959

For your information, IEEE Membership fees are: $187/year (IEEE Student Membership fee: $32/year)

Industry Representatives Registration Before Sept. 29 Before Oct. 17 After Oct. 17
Table & Product Demonstration $500 $600 $700
Product Presentation $500 $600 $700

Please register at http://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/m/26019