International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS 2009)
A Global Solution to Emerging Cyber Threats
A MEETING OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, INDUSTRY AND ACADEMIC EXPERTS
The Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Division, has teamed with
Fordham University.s Department of Computer and Information Sciences to bring
together two global leaders in emerging cyber threat analysis and enforcement.
In January 2009, the two institutions will launch the first International
Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS 2009) in New York City, the information
center of the world.
With the number of cyber threats escalating worldwide, the need for
comprehensive security analysis and solutions has reached a critical juncture.
Join us at ICCS 2009 for a first-hand opportunity to learn and share critical
intelligence on issues shaping the future of cyber security.
ICCS 2009 will feature distinguished speakers, contributor presentations, and
vendor exhibits. This gathering of international cyber security experts will
host more than 200 delegates from countries around the world. The delegates,
experts in cyber threat analysis and enforcement, will spend three days
cataloging global cyber threats and developing strategies and techniques to
combat that threat. The conference will offer an unparalleled opportunity for
attendees to advance the field and to network with their counterparts in law
enforcement, academia and industry.