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Southeast Cybercrime Summit 2004

Date: 2 March-5 March 2004
Location: KSU Center, Kennesaw, GA, USA
Organizer: Atlanta Chapter of the HTCIA and Kennesaw State University's Cybercrime Institute
Homepage: http://www.southeastcybercrimesummit.com

The 2003 Southeast Cybercrime Summit had over 300 attendees. This year we are expecting a lot more speakers, topics and attendees.

2004 Enhancements:

- The seminar will be increased from 3 days to 4.
- Lecture times increased to 1.5 hours with 30 minute networking breaks in between.
- Labs will be 4 hours each. And we expect at least 6-8 seperate labs each day. Labs will be conducted morning and afternoon.
- Accessdata has agreed to run four full days of labs relating to Accessdata software.

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