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'Failure Is Not an Option' - 2007 Critical Infrastructure Protection Congress Convenes on Pressing Security Issues
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=prnw.20070904.NETU074&show_article=1&catnum=3
Sep 4 06:46 AM US/Eastern
       
 SAN DIEGO, Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 1-3, 2007, executives from
 more than 12 industries will meet in San Diego, California at the Loews
 Coronado Bay Resort to discuss and share strategies on a wide range of
 critical information security concerns, including business continuity,
 physical security, and legal and regulatory compliance issues that affect
 day-to-day business operations. During the three-day event, critical
 infrastructure protection professionals will offer insight into response
 strategies arising from terrorism, cyber attacks, and natural disasters.
 
 
    Fred Haise, former pilot aboard the ill-fated Apollo 13 moon mission, will
 kick off the event with a keynote that promises to highlight the "Failure Is
 Not an Option" theme. During conference and breakout sessions over the course
 of the three days, critical infrastructure professionals from a wide range of
 industries will share strategies on how they deal with threats that affect
 their respective organizations. The industry sectors represented range from
 banking and finance to public transit and maritime, and also include
 communications, emergency services, public utilities and physical
 infrastructure.
 
 
    Errol Weiss, 2007 Critical Infrastructure Protection Conference Chairman
 and Senior Vice President for Risk Management with Citi, said, "This
 conference brings together executives from a wide range of industries, from
 financial services, energy, communications, information technology, emergency
 services, transportation and others to define best practices that can be used
 to ensure the safety and security of our nation's critical infrastructure."
 
 
    The Information Sharing and Analysis Centers (ISAC) Council is sponsoring
 the event, along with InfraGard and the Partnership for Critical
 Infrastructure Security (PCIS). InfraGard is an FBI program consisting of
 businesses, academia, state and local law enforcement agencies and other
 participants dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent
 hostile acts against the U.S. The PCIS coordinates cross-sector initiatives in
 support of public and private efforts to promote reliable provision of
 critical infrastructure services in the face of emerging risks to economic and
 national security.
 
 
 
  About the ISAC Council
 
 The ISAC Council is a cooperative grouping of information sharing and
 analysis centers (ISACs) comprised of the nation's critical infrastructure
 sectors. The ISAC Council's goal is to advance the physical and information
 security of the critical infrastructures of North America by maintaining
 interaction among the ISACs and with the U.S. government.
 
 
  For Media Inquiries
 
 The press is invited to attend the meeting on October 1 and portions of
 the sessions on October 2. For further details about obtaining press
 credentials for the event, please contact Denise Anderson at (703) 476-6036 or
 email her at danderson@fsisac.us.
 
SOURCE  FS-ISAC

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Someone needs to get a press pass for this to let us know what they will be talking about.
 
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it's an instrument for the people to restrain the government.” – Patrick Henry

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