FOSE AND GOVSEC, U.S. LAW ANNOUNCE SPECIAL PROGRAM ON INTERNATIONAL CYBERSECURITY ISSUES AND INITIATIVES
Speakers to Focus on Global Approaches to Counter Cybersecurity Threats
FALLS CHURCH, Va. – January 6, 2010 –1105 Government Information Group, the leading provider of integrated information and media for the government information technology (IT) market, today announced it is adding a specialized workshop focused on international cybersecurity issues to its FOSE and GovSec, U.S. Law 2010 conference line‐up. The program, “International Issues & Initiatives on Cybersecurity,” will take place Tuesday, March 23, 2010 from 1:00 – 3:00pm. It will feature discussions on international issues associated with cyber criminal activity and the ITU Toolkit for Cybercrime Legislation – developed in a joint effort of 13 nations led by the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Privacy and Computer Crime Committee under the auspices of the International Telecommunications Unit of the United Nations.
FOSE, the largest trade show for government technology professionals will be co‐located with GovSec, U.S. Law for its second year at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. FOSE will be held March 23‐25, 2010 and GovSec, U.S. Law will be held March 23‐24, 2010.
“Cybercrime often does not remain in one jurisdiction or one country,” said Allan Berg, President of the Maryland InfraGard Chapter, member of the ABA Privacy & Computer Crime Committee and founding member of GovSec and the GovSec Board of Advisors. “To effectively detect and deter cyber criminals, it is vital for our law enforcement agencies and our legal community to look beyond our nation’s borders and work with their international colleagues in order to have a global framework of cybercrime statutes. This workshop will help law enforcement personnel and the legal community learn how nations can work collaboratively to establish a network of laws to combat this global problem.”
Workshop sessions include:
The Need for a Global Harmonized Cybercrime Legal Framework
‐Jody R. Westby, Chair, ABA Privacy & Computer Crime Committee and CEO, Global Cyber Risk, LLC
The Global Risks from Cybercrime
‐David Weitzel, Vice Chair, ABA Privacy & Computer Crime Committee
Problems Caused by Differences in Cybercrime Laws
‐Susan Brenner, Professor of Law and Technology, University of Dayton School of Law
Issues in Tracking and Tracing Cyber Criminal Activity
‐Andrea Rigoni, Chairman, Cyber Security Centre of Excellence, Rome, Italy
International Cooperation Issues with Law Enforcement & Public‐Private Sectors
‐Marc Goodman, Director of International Cooperation, International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT)
Government‐to‐Government Interaction in Countering Cybercrime
‐Edward Lowery, Assistant Special Agent, Cyber Investigations Criminal Investigation Division, U.S. Secret Service
To register for FOSE, visit https://www.compusystems.com/servlet/ar?evt_uid=866&PriorityCode=NW1F14.
To register for GovSec, U.S. Law, visit https://www.compusystems.com/servlet/ar?evt_uid=866&site=GVSEC&PriorityCode=NW1S17.
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