National Information Systems Security Conference (19th) held in Baltimore, Maryland on October 22-25, 1996. Volume 1
NATIONAL COMPUTER SECURITY CENTER FORT GEORGE G MEADE MD
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The National Computer Security Center NCSC and the National Institute of Standards and Technology are pleased to welcome you to the Nineteenth National Information Systems Security Conference. We believe the conference will stimulate a productive information exchange and promote a greater understanding of todays information security issues and protection strategies. The conference program addresses a wide range of interests from technical research and development projects to user-oriented management and administration topics. In todays ever more complex world where competitiveness demands swift, secure, value-added solutions, industry and government security professionals need to know how their vital information systems are threatened, what the vulnerabilities are, and how they can implement solutions. This Conference provides a unique international forum covering a wide variety of information systems security issues. Papers and panels in this multitrack program cover security issues related to the Internet, electronic commerce, firewalls, information warfare, legal issues, computer crime, the World Wide Web, incident handling, cryptography, viruses, research and development, policies, vulnerabilities and threat, assurance, security engineering, and much more. As our technology increases, more enterprises are recognizing their need for computer security. The special sessions on electronic commerce and legal issues should be of particular interest to organizations that are starting to do business electronically.
- Computer Systems
- Computer Systems Management and Standards