Cybercrime show tackles terrorism

Wednesday, 12 February 2003, 12:04 PM EST

The three-day conference and exhibition tackled a wide range of security-related issues, from hackers and worms to intellectual property theft, computer forensics and organized crime.

Unlike other security-focused IT trade shows which tend to focus only on how to prevent crimes, Cybercrime also addressed ways to investigate and prosecute computer crimes.

The audience here was made up of crime professionals from law enforcement, government and the private sector in equal parts, according to James Doyle, president of Internet Crimes, in Madison, Connecticut , a high technology training company that hosted the conference.

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