Compsec 2003

Date: 30 October-31 October 2003
Location: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre inWestminster, London, UK
Organizer: Computers & Security Publication

Join renowned international experts for a practical guide to action on current and upcoming threats to your information systems. Compsec 2003 will address the frameworks of information security - privacy and regulation - and look at the latest in technologies - from intrusion detection through authentication to wireless.

Celebrating its 20 anniversary, the annual Compsec conference has long been established as Europe's foremost computer security conference. It is specifically designed to bring together distinguished researchers, major suppliers and prominent end users to learn from each other, exchange experiences and develop personal networks.

This year's two-day conference will follow two main streams - Frameworks and Technologies. Coverage will include a look at what the future holds for computer security, principal developments in technology and practical case studies.

In a departure from previous years, sessions will offer delegates insight from more than one speaker on the various topics under consideration and each session will wrap up with an interactive panel discussion. This new format has been developed to offer delegates a more in-depth and rounded look at the main topics of the day.

For the first time, the annual Compsec conference will co-locate with Biometrics 2003 - the 6th Annual Conference and Exhibition on the Practical Applications of Biometrics - and ID Smart - Cards for Government and Healthcare - a new conference looking at trends in the use of smartcards for health and government applications.

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