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Diary Notice - AVAR Conference 2003 To Address Emerging Malicious Code Threats

  • 07 October, 2003 12:15

<p>AVAR Conference 2003 To Address Emerging Malicious Code Threats</p>
<p>Security leaders and technology experts from Australia and around the world will come together at The Westin Hotel in Sydney on 6 - 7 November for the 6th annual AVAR (Association of anti Virus Researchers) Conference.</p>
<p>With Internet threats increasing in frequency and complexity, this year's AVAR Conference 2003 will address 'Malicious Code' including emerging malicious code threats ( viruses, worms and trojans), the technologies at risk and the technologies to deal with these threats today and in the future. Guest speakers will include:</p>
<p>Graham Ingram, General Manager, AusCERT
Sharon Ruckman, Senior Director of Product Management, Symantec
Nigel Phair, Australian Federal Police
Vesselin Bontchev, Frisk Software International
Peter Coroneus, CEO, Internet Industry Association
Paul Ducklin, Sophos Anti-Virus
Dimitry Gryaznov, Network Associates</p>
<p>For more information on the conference, go to</p>

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