National security experts featured in webcast

National security experts featured in webcast




In the Solutions 2000 seminar presented below, three experts on government security provide perspectives on
how the government is responding to security threats through policy initiatives, resource
allocation and application of advanced technology.



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Nov. 30, 2000



Sponsored by BMC Software





Featured speakers:


Kevin Plexico, chief technology officer and vice president, Input

'''' Topics: Financial scope of the federal market for IT security, opportunities for vendors, information assurance, infrastructure protection.

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Bill
Burr, acting manager, Security Technology Group, National Institute for Standards and Technology


'''' Topics: Development, uses for NIST cryptographic toolkit; cryptographic algorithms and standards; cryptographic key management

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Paul
Kurtz, director of transnational threats, National Security Council

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Topics: Federal resources and directives to fight cyberterrorism, scope of the threat to federal computer systems, Partnership for Critical Infrastructure Protection, federal IT security budget


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