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Annual Computer Security Applications Conference

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The Annual Computer Security Applications Conference will be taking place next week, from December 3rd until the 7th 2012 in Orlando, Florida.

The Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC) is an internationally recognized forum where Information Security Professionals, Certified Ethical Hackers, practitioners, researchers, and developers in information and system security meet to learn and to exchange practical ideas, methodologies and experiences. If you are studying a security certification or qualification or involved within the InfoSec field then this is a great event to attend.

According to the ACSAC website the main topics discussed are:

* Access control
* Assurance
* Audit
* Biometrics
* Boundary control
* Cloud security
* Cybersecurity
* Denial of service protection
* Distributed systems security
* Electronic commerce security
* Enterprise security management
* Forensics
* Identity management
* Incident response planning
* Insider threat protection
* Integrity
* Intellectual property rights protection
* Intrusion detection and prevention
* Malware
* Mobile and wireless security
* Multimedia security
* Network resiliency
* Operating systems security
* Peer-to-peer security
* Privacy and data protection
* Privilege management
* Product evaluation and compliance
* Resilience
* Security engineering
* Security usability
* Software security
* Supply chain risk
* Trust management
* Virtualization security
* VoIP security
* Web 2.0/3.0 security

The Key Notes for the 2012 Annual Computer Security Applications Conference are:

Ron Ross – National Institute of Standards and Technology, Eran Feigenbaum – Director of Security Google Enterprise, Susan Alexander –
Director, Safe and Secure Operations, IARPA and Ross Anderson – Author/Professor, University of Cambridge, UK.

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