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Apr 4th, 2005
10:45 AM - 11:45 AM
Benjamin Latrobe Room (lower level)
Mountain Time
Session Type: Strategy and Planning
This session will describe the development, use, and benefits of three conceptual models for information security: a security strategy and policy system, an index of threat levels and defenses, and host access through multiple channels. The conceptual modeling approach will be contrasted with the brute-force and technical-physical modeling approaches.


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