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Computer Security Mexico 2004

Date: 27 May-28 May 2004
Location: Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso, Mexico City, Mexico
Organizer: Computer Security Department and UNAM-CERT
Homepage: http://congreso.seguridad.unam.mx

The goal of Computer Security 2004 Mexico is to create awareness among the computer user community about security strategies and mechanisms used to protect information systems. Since 1994, Mexico has been organizing this great event through the Computer Security Department at UNAM.

Who should attend:

- System administrators who are interested in Computer Security.
- People working in the field of Computer Security who do handle Computer Security incidents.
- Anybody who is interested in Computer Security and wants to meet another interested people. This event will help him or her improve security programs, plans, and tools by listening to the speakers and by sharing and interacting with the attendees.
- People who want to establish incident response teams.
- Anybody who has a particular interest in network security, monitoring tools, intrusion detection and firewalls.
- Managers of enterprises who are interested in secure transactions via the Internet and that need to improve the security of their systems.

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