"While it has often been said that the next big terrorist threat to the United States could come through the Internet, affecting defense, government and private sector networks, those systems are also vulnerable to criminal endeavors looking for monetary benefit from exploiting financial systems. Defense contractors, government agencies and the military all have a stake in safeguarding their networks from attack. Defending against and defeating cyber attacks will require the combined efforts of both the public and private sectors, working to develop new technologies and new approaches, for maintaining real-time protection of their individual networks.
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Wednesday, June 9, 2010
Cyber Security Conference, Washington DC, June 11, 2010
A Cyber Security Conference will be held in Washington, D.C. on Friday, June 11, 2010. The venue is the Washington Marriott at Metro Center. Here is a brief description of the conference taken from the conference website: