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2002 National Homeland Energy Security Symposium
June 25-26, 2002 * San Francisco, CA * Marriot Fisherman's Wharf



The goal of SRI's Annual National Homeland 
Energy Security Symposium is to help identify 
and create long-term security solutions, by 
taking a more holistic approach to planning and 
thinking about security.  At this premiere event 
you rethink security by categorizing security 
into four sections:
*	IT Security - Information Sharing 
Programs / Network Security 
*	Physical and Personnel Security 
*	Risk Assessment and Analysis 
*	Policies and Legal Issues

*** Join Industry Leaders and Network with Your Peers ***

The latest edition to the conference is James 
McDonnell the Director of Office of Energy 
Assurance for the Department of Energy. His 
interactive presentation will allow you to get 
the answers you need and tell you how to take 
advantage of government resources that are 
available to protecting our country's energy 
infrastructure. Allow Former Adjutant for New 
Jersey, Major General Paul Glazer, our chairman, 
to lead you through these two informative days 
by helping you make the connections you need. 
Another recent additions to the program is 
Clinton Crackel, a nuclear power industry 
specialist, who has an extensive background on 
nuclear issues with the government, but is 
speaking as a private citizen, so expect the 
unexpected. Ralph Hitchens, the chief of 
information technology for the Office of 
Intelligence, US Department of Energy, will give 
a keynote presentation on how the government and 
the IT industry need to work together in order 
to protect critical energy infrastructures.

View Program and Order Form
http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=dsjbzrn6.jabczrn6.8rklqrn6&p=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.commercialwriting.com%2Freports.htm

*** Recent Program Updates ***

Two University of Cambridge computer security 
researchers discovered an ingenious and 
inexpensive way to extract valuable information 
from smart cards. That is why it is important to 
hear John Piccininni, a Vice President at Hirsch 
Electronics Corp., to address the issue and tell 
you about the available alternatives to physical 
protection, including access control, biometrics 
and intrusion detection. Listen to Frank Reed, a 
Vice President at Pinkerton, the largest 
security company in the United States, on 
security personnel/training. Hear three case 
studies from Joe Teig, a partner at Holland & 
Hart, which address disaster and look at where 
the mistakes were made and the dire consequences 
that followed. *** REGISTRATION: Conference and 
Workshop: $1,595, Conference Only: $1,295 
(Government Rates Available - see Program)***

View Entire Program
http://rs6.net/tn.jsp?t=dsjbzrn6.jabczrn6.8rklqrn6&p=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.commercialwriting.com%2Freports.htm

WIN a PALM M130 Color Personal Digital 
Assistant!! For each report or event you order 
from 1st Impression Communications, you will be 
entered into a drawing for a Palm M130 color 
handheld PDA. The more you buy, the more chances 
you have of winning. Drawing will be held July 
15, 2002.

Order online at www.commercialwriting.com/reports.htm Or call 303-369-3533 for more information. 1st Impression Communications markets reports and events from select publishers and conference producers. If you are interested in having your energy-related product or services marketed to professionals in the energy industry, please contact us at info@commercialwriting.com

If you no longer wish to receive any of our mailings you may be permanently removed by sending an email to info@commercialwriting.com with "REMOVE" in subject line.
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    <p>The goal of SRI's Annual National Homeland 
Energy Security Symposium is to help identify 
and create long-term security solutions, by 
taking a more holistic approach to planning and 
thinking about security.  At this premiere event 
you rethink security by categorizing security 
into four sections:
*	IT Security - Information Sharing 
Programs / Network Security 
*	Physical and Personnel Security 
*	Risk Assessment and Analysis 
*	Policies and Legal Issues 
    
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        <p>The latest edition to the conference is James 
McDonnell the Director of Office of Energy 
Assurance for the Department of Energy. His 
interactive presentation will allow you to get 
the answers you need and tell you how to take 
advantage of government resources that are 
available to protecting our country's energy 
infrastructure. Allow Former Adjutant for New 
Jersey, Major General Paul Glazer, our chairman, 
to lead you through these two informative days 
by helping you make the connections you need. 
Another recent additions to the program is 
Clinton Crackel, a nuclear power industry 
specialist, who has an extensive background on 
nuclear issues with the government, but is 
speaking as a private citizen, so expect the 
unexpected. Ralph Hitchens, the chief of 
information technology for the Office of 
Intelligence, US Department of Energy, will give 
a keynote presentation on how the government and 
the IT industry need to work together in order 
to protect critical energy infrastructures.
        
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        <p>Two University of Cambridge computer security 
researchers discovered an ingenious and 
inexpensive way to extract valuable information 
from smart cards. That is why it is important to 
hear John Piccininni, a Vice President at Hirsch 
Electronics Corp., to address the issue and tell 
you about the available alternatives to physical 
protection, including access control, biometrics 
and intrusion detection. Listen to Frank Reed, a 
Vice President at Pinkerton, the largest 
security company in the United States, on 
security personnel/training. Hear three case 
studies from Joe Teig, a partner at Holland & 
Hart, which address disaster and look at where 
the mistakes were made and the dire consequences 
that followed. *** REGISTRATION: Conference and 
Workshop: $1,595, Conference Only: $1,295 
(Government Rates Available - see Program)***
        
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from 1st Impression Communications, you will be 
entered into a drawing for a Palm M130 color 
handheld PDA. The more you buy, the more chances 
you have of winning. Drawing will be held July 
15, 2002.
    
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