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2011 Security Professionals Conference: Early-Bird Rates End March 7

Registration is now open for the 2011 Security Professionals Conference, April 4-6 in San Antonio, Texas.The conference, "Setting a Course for Collaboration and Innovative Solutions," offers a valuable opportunity to meet with higher education security officers and practitioners to discuss security topics that span the information assurance measures of people, process, and technology. Register now to save money. Low early-bird rates end March 7, 2011.

In response to requests from the community, a new seminar has been added to the program: "Introduction to IPv6." Learn why now is the time to start planning for how to work with IPv6 in the future.

View the full program to find out about conference sessions, speakers, and networking opportunities. Preconference and postconference seminars offer a half or full day to explore topics such as securing mobile devices, PCI DSS compliance in higher education, web application security, and leadership and management. There will also be a REN-ISAC Member Meeting on April 6.[Separate registration and fee for seminars, as well as the REN-ISAC meeting, are required.]

Keynote Speakers

  • Karen Evans, National Director, US Cyber Challenge
  • Eran Feigenbaum, Director of Security, Google Apps

Track Sessions

  • Awareness & Training
  • Audits & Assessments
  • Governance & Compliance
  • Technology Concepts
  • Advanced Technology
  • Corporate & Campus Solutions

Unable to attend the Security Professionals Conference in person this year? You can now learn and network with colleagues without leaving your campus. Whether attending individually or as a team, one package price will provide you with:

  • Security Conference general sessions and a selection of track sessions streamed
  • Interactive discussion sessions with experts on current hot topics

Online program details coming soon!