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The crème de la crème of security experts to meet at the University of Passau

14.09.2012
The 15th Information Security Conference (ISC) will be held in Germany for the first time from September 19th to 21st, in the main lecture theatre (Audimax) of the University of Passau (Innstr. 31).

The conference will be chaired by Professor Joachim Posegga (General Chair) of the Institute of IT Security and Security Law at the University of Passau, and Professor Dieter Gollmann (Programme Chair) of TU Hamburg-Harburg.

The conference programme features 23 presentations and two highly renowned keynote speakers, Professor Michael Waidner (TU Darmstadt) and Bhiksha Raj (Carnegie Mellon University).

The Information Security Conference is an annual science conference that deals with the theory and practical applications of information security. It takes place intermittently in Asia, Europe and America.

The Institute for IT Security and Security Law (ISL) at the University of Passau is unique in Germany in terms of its interdisciplinary approach to themes at the interface between informatics, law and business.

The institute focuses on synergies between academic theory and practical applications.

Note for editors: Please address your media enquiries to Marita Güngerich, telephone +49 851 509 3021 or to the Press Relations section of the University of Passau, telephone +49 851 509 1439.

Katrina Jordan | idw
Further information:
http://web.sec.uni-passau.de/isc2012/index.html

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