International Conference on Cyber Security (ICCS) 2012 : Protecting the Cyber World
The FBI is teaming up with Fordham University for the International Conference on Cyber Security. It's an effort to identify emerging cyber threats and develop ways to mitigate those threats. The ZeuS Trojan has infected almost 4 million computers in the United States alone. Financial losses due to the ZeuS Trojan are estimated at up to $60 million.
The third annual International Conference on Cyber Security: A White Hat Summit (ICCS 2012), a joint effort between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Fordham University, brings together global leaders from law enforcement, industry and academia at Fordham's Lincoln Center campus from January 9 through 12, 2012. The conference will include three days of lectures, panel discussions, sponsor presentations, exhibitions, and exceptional networking opportunities.
ICCS 2012, a four-day event features more than 65 unique lectures from keynote, distinguished, plenary and parallel speakers in the disciplines of Emerging Technologies, Operations and Enforcement, and Real Life Experiences. Also included are panel discussions, sponsor presentations, exhibitions and exceptional opportunities to meet and talk with some of the greatest cyber security subject experts in the world.
Register now for ICCS 2012 and receive the standard rate of $695.00. Registrations are handled on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on confirmed speakers, registration, accommodations, schedules and presentations, we invite you to visit the official ICCS 2012 website at: https://www.iccs.fordham.edu.
Registration Is Now Open
January 9 - 12, 2012
New York City
at Lincoln Center
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023