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March 27, 2007 08:37 ET

The World Summit on Intrusion Prevention, May 8 - 9, 2007; Next Generation Wireless Intrusions, System Vulnerabilities, Attack Patterns and Mitigation Strategies Are Dominant Among Experts and

Leading Companies; Event Provides Forum to Share Best Practices on Intrusion Prevention Business Solutions and Technology

Speakers Include Executives From Tenable Security, TopLayer Networks, Airtight Networks, Airdefense Networks, Reflex, TippingPoint, CheckPoint, SecureWorks, McAfee, Vericept, ThirdBrigade, Etc.

LARGO, MD -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 27, 2007 --Several industry experts and leading companies are bracing to showcase the best of intrusion prevention business solutions and technology at the innaugural World Summit on Intrusion Prevention (Security Conference & Exhibition), which is attracting a strong mix of corporate executives, government leaders, and top information technology and business professionals to the two-day conference that will cover a range of security topics in intrusion prevention business solutions and technology.

A sample of the speakers and associated topics include:

--  Marcus J. Ranum, Chief of Security, Tenable Security, "What's Next for
    Intrusion Detection/Prevention?"
--  Larry M. Walsh, Editor of VARBusiness Magazine, "Searching for Ockham
    in Security."
--  Dennis Tsu, Vice President of Marketing at Airtight Networks, "The
    Business Justification for a Wireless Intrusion Prevention System."
--  Jason Wright, Manager of Product Marketing, TippingPoint, "Securing
    End Points with Network Solutions."
--  Steve Woo, VP, Securify, "Looking Past the Perimeter: How to Meet the
    Challenges Posed by Malicious Insiders."
--  Avi Rubin, Professor/Technical Director of the Information Security
    Institute at Johns Hopkins University, "Breaking Security Systems."
--  Dr. Amit Sinha, CTO of AirDefense, "Wireless LAN Insecurity: Next
    Generation Attacks and Defenses."
--  Andrew Yee, CEO of NFR, "Intrusion Prevention for Next Generation
--  John Peterson, VP, Reflex Security, "Best Practices for Securing
    Virtual Networks."
--  Andrew Berkuta, Security Strategist, McAfee, "Management: Why SRM is
    the Hot Trend for 2007."
--  Mike Paquette, Chief Strategy Officer, Top Layer Networks, "Zero Day
    Exploits: Protecting Against Unknown Vulnerabilities."
--  Ron Gula, CEO, Tenable Security, "Good and Bad uses of Vulnerability
    Data for IDS Event Correlation."
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In addition to the conference, approximately 20 vendors will demonstrate their latest solutions in the exhibit hall. Other activities include hands-on demos, chalk talks, and birds-of-a-feather sessions.

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Press and industry analysts may attend this event for free. To register, contact Susan Ogezi at or call 301-583-4629.

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