the Wealth”…Industry Organizations Update
CSI/FBI Computer Crime Survey To Be Released
hear the results of the 2004 CSI/FBI Computer Crime
Survey, which will be released in "The State of Cybercrime"
Wednesday, June 16 at NetSec '05 in San Francisco's
Hyatt Regency, Embarcadero. Robert Richardson, Editorial
Director of Computer Security Institute (CSI) will delve
in behind the headlines and try to get a deeper understanding
of the findings from the latest survey. The CSI/FBI
Survey is the most widely quoted research on cybercrime
financial losses. For more information, go to https://www.cmpevents.com/CSins04/a.asp?option=C.
New at the 14th World Conference on Disaster Management
Karl Hofmann, Special Assistant to US Secretary of State,
Colin Powell and Executive Secretary of the Department
of State, has confirmed his attendance at the World
Conference on Disaster Management (WCDM). He will be
giving a keynote address on the morning of Monday, June
The WCDM is a unique event in that it brings professionals
from all fields of disaster management together under
one roof. To see the full roster of international presenters
and to register, visit our web site at http://www.wcdm.org
But hurry, time is running out!
New Book Released: Hacking for Dummies
security guru Kevin Beaver's new book "Hacking for Dummies"
is now available at bookstores and online outlets. The
book deals with performing information security assessments
- from physical security to password cracking to wireless
networks and just about everything in between. This
book is different from other technical hacking books
because the author has included information on the entire
security assessment process including understanding
your enemy, developing a plan, and reporting and following
up after your testing to make sure the security holes
get plugged and management is happy about the money/effort
that was spent. Check your local bookstores.
Now to Attend DRJ Fall World!
19-22, 2004 - San Diego, CA
DRJ's Fall World 2004 is
a premier conference for business continuity education.
Register today to qualify for discounts and attendee
prize drawings. DRJ has hosted more than 30 conferences,
ensuring that your experience will be well organized
and worthwhile. Our shows are consistently top-rated
by our attendees. Find out what we have to offer!
Choose from more than 50 courses, sessions, workshops
and classes. Customize your schedule to find the solutions
that fit your needs. Plus, make plans to attend our
exclusive Mock Disaster Exercise, view the packed exhibit
hall, and network at breakfasts, lunches and hospitalities.
You will find it all at Fall World 2004. Visit http://www.drj.com
for registration information .
a Weekly Publication
of Disaster Resource GUIDE.
The weekly Continuity e-GUIDE will provide a
concise seven-day snapshot of the business continuity
and emergency management industry from around the world
right down to the local level.
Based on the philosophy of “working together”,
the e-GUIDE will integrate, consolidate, and communicate
resources from organizations that are leaders in business
continuity, risk management, crisis management, emergency
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Watch your Inbox each Wednesday for the latest edition
of the Continuity e-GUIDE. Do you have an interesting
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The 2004/2005 DISASTER RESOURCE GUIDE (9th annual
Edition) has been published and is now available. Visit
the Online GUIDE to sign up for a free copy. You can
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