Security is key at IBM conference

Tuesday, 3 June 2003, 10:50 AM EST

Stephen Way, vice-chairman of the IBM CUA, said, "Security is at the top of our members' concerns at the moment. There is a lot of noise about cyberterrorism but people need to be vigilant about internal threats."

Delegates attending the briefing will be looking at how to implement a full security policy using BS7799, the world's most widely recognised security standard.

Speakers scheduled to appear include Chris Ferrant, BS7799 brand manager at the British Standards Institute, and Martin Smith of the Security Company.

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