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Centre of International Studies and the Cambridge Review of International Affairs

The Internet and State Security Forum (ISSF) will take place on Saturday, 19 May in Trinity College. The ISSF will identify how Internet technology creates new opportunities and vulnerabilities for states, and will highlight national and international best practice responses to these challenges. Confirmed speakers include Silicon Valley's Dr Whitfield Diffie, recipient of the Marconi award for his invention of public key encryption and Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems; Professor Eugene Spafford, Director of the Centre for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security at Purdue University; and Mr Goh Seow Hiong, Deputy Director of the Government of Singapore's Infocomm Development Authority.

For further information and on-line registration, please see http://www.cria.org.uk. Alternatively please contact Adam Marshall via e-mail (ajbm2@cam.ac.uk) or telephone 01223 52919329. ISSF registration is £29 for academics and members of the University.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 16 May 2001
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