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Greater Dallas Chamber's Technology Business Council to Address Cyber Threats of the 21st Century

Greater Dallas Chamber's Technology Business Council to Address Cyber Threats of the 21st Century

DALLAS, March 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The Chamber's Technology Business Council's (TBC) first quarter Issues Forum, Cyber Threats of the 21st Century, will take place at the University of Texas at Dallas -- The School of Management (800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, TX 75080) on April 6, 2006 from 7:30 AM - 1:30 PM. Tickets are still available by calling (214) 712-1937 or online at http://www.gdc.org/ . This event is open to the public, and only a limited number of tickets will be available at the door. Panel and lunch tickets are $115 for non-members, $85 for members and $65 for public sector employees. This forum will provide solutions and best practices for the pressing cyber threats of 2006 to Dallas area technology professionals.

As we embark into another century full of technological advancements, it is imperative that we mitigate the risks of an ever-increasing connected world. All C-level executives and other technology enablers from all industry sectors are strongly encouraged to attend the 2nd Annual "Cyber Threats of the 21st Century" Issues Forum. Expert panelists will discuss topics including: Domain Initiative, Economic Espionage, Disaster & Pandemic Planning, Corporate Wireless Security and Securing Digital Identities & Information.

The morning keynote will be moderated by Dave Turtletaub, CEO, Capstone Inc. Special Agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation Donna Bennett and Zach Carwile will present "Domain Initiative" and "Economic Espionage."

The luncheon keynote, "Securing Digital Identities & Information" will be delivered by Bill Conner, CEO, Entrust. Conner is among the most experienced security and infrastructure executives worldwide with a career that spans more than 20 years across numerous high-tech industries. As a corporate turn- around and cyber security expert, Conner has achieved a number of milestones since he joined Entrust as President and CEO in April 2001. He immediately reset the company's priorities in order to regain momentum and return to profitability while also changing the business model by reorganizing the organizational structure and products to focus on extended governments, and the global 1000 extended enterprises. These moves have helped Entrust regain competitiveness as a global leader in securing digital identities and information. Under Conner's leadership, the company has delivered more new products, capabilities and solutions than in any period in the company's history, while also creating an industry-leading service and support organization.

The Greater Dallas Chamber builds regional prosperity through economic growth, public policy and member service.

Contact: Jo Trizila Director, Media Relations Direct Line: 214-746-6690 Non-Published Cell: 214-232-0078 jtrizila@dallaschamber.org

Greater Dallas Chamber

CONTACT: Jo Trizila, Director, Media Relations of Greater Dallas
Chamber, +1-214-746-6690, or non-published cell, +1-214-232-0078, or
jtrizila@dallaschamber.org

Web site: http://www.gdc.org/

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