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Welcome to AusCERT2006. IT Security: It's everyone's business

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AusCERT Asia Pacific
Information Technology Security Conference

An international conference focussing on IT security for CFOs, CIOs, CTOs and technical staff from government agencies, universities and industry. Featuring local and international IT security experts.

21st - 26th May 2006
Royal Pines Resort
Gold Coast, Australia

Confirmed speakers for AusCERT2006 currently include: Karen Worstell (former CISO - Microsoft), Professor Eugene Spafford (Purdue University CERIAS), Richard Thieme (Thiemeworks), Mark Estberg (Director of Technical Compliance - Microsoft IT), Yvo Desmedt (BT Chair of Information Security, Department of Computer Science, University College London - UK), Eric Cole (Chief Scientist for Lockheed Martin Information Technology), Jesper Johansson (Microsoft), Peter Gutmann (University of Auckland), Wietse Venema (IBM / author of "Forensic Discovery"), Alastair MacGibbon (eBay / formerly head of the AHTCC), Marcus Sachs (SRI International / formerly of SANS), Kenneth R. van Wyk (KRvW Associates LLC), Dr Phyllis Schneck (CipherTrust), David Pegrem (APRA), Abe Singer (Security Technologies Group at San Diego Supercomputer Centre), Thomas Daemen (Microsoft), Steve Gill (Team Cymru), Michael Monaghan (Australian Taxation Office), Richard Forno (KRvW Associates LLC), Hans van Grieken (Cap Gemini - NL), Professor Bill Caelli (Queensland University of Technology), Mikko Hyppönen (F-Secure), Colin Whittaker (APACS) & Kathy Wang (The MITRE Corporation).

What delegates said about our previous conferences:

 "I enjoyed the conference. I think you will find it hard to improve on it. Keep up the good work."
 "Excellent conference - calibre of speakers was outstanding."
"Well done yet again. AusCERT continues to offer the highest quality conference I have attended in the past 12 months."
"Keynotes were uniformly of a high standard and a good variety of topics."