Registrations for the International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS 2009) are officially sold out, and more than a dozen cyber professionals have asked to be placed on the waiting list.
The conference, a joint effort between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Fordham University, will bring together global leaders in emerging cyber threat analysis and enforcement at the University's Lincoln Center campus from January 6 through 8, 2009.
Among the many sessions ICCS will feature Anatomy of a Modern Homegrown Terror Cell: Aabid Khan et al., by Evan F. Kohlmann, senior investigator and private consultant, Global Terror Alert; Child Pornography: Investigations, Trends, and Legal Issues, by Denzil S. Fearon, senior investigator, computer crimes unit, New York State Police; The Hacker Factor, by the AT&T Ethical Hacking Team; and Penetrating Mind of Mayhem: Inside the Mind of an Islamic Extremist, by the Honorable Shannen L. Rossmiller (Ret.), cyber operative and co-founder, AC-CIO.
See the ICCS newsroom for more details. For media queries, please contact Bob Howe, director of communications at Fordham University.
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