ADVISORY/Homeland Security Summit To Be Held In Austin.Business, News Editors
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See good-till-canceled order (GTC). Southwest 2002
ADVISORY...for Feb. 13-15
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This summit will focus on homeland security in Texas and is being held February 14 at 11:45 am at the Austin Convention Center Austin Convention Center is a multi-purpose convention center located in Austin, Texas, USA. The building is also home to the Austin Toros basketball team with a seating capacity of 3,200. , Waller Creek Terrace Room in conjunction with the 13th annual Government Technology Conference (GTC).
The Homeland Security Summit will feature a keynote keynote /key·note/ (ke´not) in homeopathy, the characteristic property of a drug that indicates its use in treating a similar symptom of disease. presentation and a dynamic fast-paced, roundtable comprised of security experts from state and local government as well as the information technology industry. Speakers include:
-- Lawrence Hale, Director of the Federal Computer Incident Response Center (FedCIRC) at the United States General Services Administration -- Michael McCaul, Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Justice, TX Attorney General's Office -- Wm. Craig Morgan, CISSP, Principal, Risk & Advisory Services Practice, KPMG LLP -- Robert L. Nabors, Senior Vice-President, EDS United States Government Solutions -- Carolyn Purcell, Executive Director of the TX Department of Information Resources & Chief Information Officer for the State of Texas -- Mary Anne Wiley, Special Assistant, Office of Governor Rick Perry -- Ira Winkler, Chief Security Strategist, Hewlett-Packard -- Brent Woodworth, Worldwide Manager, IBM's Crisis Response Team
GTC is bringing together experts on homeland security for the Homeland Security Summit.
GTC, the largest technology exposition exposition or exhibition, term frequently applied to an organized public fair or display of industrial and artistic productions, designed usually to promote trade and to reflect cultural progress. and conference in Central Texas, will be held February 13 - 15 at the Austin Convention Center and features over 250 leading technology related companies on its exhibit floor.
For information contact Tamara Wilson at 512-404-4600 or 916-548-4675. For complete conference information, visit www.govtech.net and click on GTC Southwest 2002.